Learn English Through Football Podcast: The Champions League Semi Finals

This week’s languagecaster podcast brings you more ‘language of predictions’ plus all our usual features.

On this week’s football podcast for learners of English, Damian talks about the Champions League semi finals. These two games see teams from Germany, Munich and Dortmund, go up against two Spanish teams, Barcelona and Madrid. In our regular English for football section, we introduce the football phrase ‘to lob’, which is a kind of shot.  In the last section of the show, we finish with our predictions battle, which this week includes games from the top and bottom of the Premier League, the Turin derby and of course the second legs of the Champions League. It looks as though Damon has the predictions title sewn up, but it isn’t over yet, but Damian will need some good results to turn things around.

  • Listen only to the main report here – the transcript and vocabulary will help you understand key phrases and improve your language skills
  • Learners of English can also review the footballing news from around the world in the good, the bad and the ugly section
  • Football glossary – this is a huge collection of football vocabulary, football cliches and football phrases with definitions and examples. If you can’t find a phrase you want to understand, send us an email or comment and we’ll try to explain it for you.

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