The UEFA Nations League: On this special extra podcast we take a look at the UEFA Nations League and look at some of the language involved with this tournament and answer questions about the format, the rules and what it may mean for the future of European football internationals. If you’d like the transcript to the show and a worksheet with answers – great for learners and teachers of English – please show your support by becoming a patron (through Patreon) and if you have questions or comments, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org (Damian=DF, Damon=DB).
Transcript of the show (11th September 2018)
Learn English through Football Podcast: The UEFA Nations League
DF: You are listening to languagecaster.com’s football-language podcast. Welcome everyone to the podcast for all those interested in improving their English skills and who love the beautiful game of football. My name is Damian and I’m in a very sunny and warm Malaga in the south of Spain and am currently enjoying the new UEFA Nations League competition – the Spanish fans here are very happy with this competition so far! As this is a new tournament we thought we’d do an extra podcast that looks at some of the language involved with it and also answers a few questions about the format, the rules and what it may mean for the future of European football internationals.
- What is it?
- How is it organised?
- Is there promotion and relegation?
- How is it connected to the European Championship finals?
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UEFA Nations League: What is it?
DF: Many coaches, pundits and fans …
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