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In this football language podcast we look at the phrase ‘tally‘ from the UEFA.com report on the quarter-final between Ukraine and England. You can read a transcript for this podcast below, while you can also check out our glossary of footballing phrases here and visit our site to access all our previous posts and podcasts. If you have any suggestions or questions then you can contact us at email@example.com.
Learning English Through Football Podcast Euro 2020 Quarter-final: Tally
DF: Hello everyone, this is Damian from the Languagecaster.com team – I hope you are all doing well. As you know, we are posting a football expression from the Euro 2020 tournament every day. and today I’m going to look at the word ‘tally’ which was used in the UEFA.com report on the England versus Ukraine quarter-final game.
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DF: Yes, you are listening to languagecaster.com – that message was in Italian. Don’t forget that there’s a transcript to this podcast and lots of vocab support which you can access by coming along to our site. OK, that’s it for this short podcast – we hope you enjoyed our look at the word ‘tally‘ from the 2020 Euros quarter-final between England and Ukraine – and we’ll be back with more soon. Don’t forget you can also come and find lots of football language on our site here at languagecaster.com. Enjoy all the football and we’ll see you again soon. Bye bye.
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