We continue with our preview of the European Championship taking place in France by looking at Group C which includes favourites Germany, dark horses Poland, Ukraine and outsiders Northern Ireland.
This weekend sees six cup finals taking place in Europe and so on this week’s listening report we preview all six matches and even offer a prediction.
Today’s quiz looks back at some of the words and expressions that we tweeted about during the matches involving Holland and Denmark and Germany against Portugal on day two of Euro 2012
The quarter final stages of the African Nations Cup gets under way, and this week, we also travel to Germany, Italy and England for some tasty ties.
Some cracking games this week from around Europe, including two of the biggest rivalries around – one from Germany and one from France.
On this week’s podcast our German correspondent Hans takes a look at this season’s Bundesliga – the German league
With less than a year to go until the European Championships kick off in Poland and the Ukraine the qualifying rounds in Europe are starting to hot up. With the two hosts already qualified, there remain 14 other spots to fill – the nine group winners and the remaining five will come from a series of play-offs involving the runners-up. On this week’s main report we take a look at how the groups are shaping up.
The European football season gets under way this month but that did not mean there was no football taking place. In this post, languagecaster takes a brief look back at some of the highlights from the summer of 2011.
A cracking final to look forward to this Sunday as Japan take on the USA in Frankfurt for the Women’s World Cup!
The Women’s World Cup enters the quarter final stages and languagecaster takes a look at the favourites, the dark horse, the players and more
In Europe the football seasons are coming to a close, but in the Bundesliga in Germany the last games are more controversial than normal.
http://media.blubrry.com/footballlanguage/p/languagecaster.com/wp-content/uploads/pod35main1011.mp3Podcast (podcast2): Play in new window | Download (Duration: 7:24 — 6.8MB) | Embed[print_link] | Subscribe: Main Listening Report | Complete List Here We are well into April now and leagues around Europe are entering the final stretch of the title races. This week, languagecaster takes a look at the five big leagues and which […]
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[print_link] | Subscribe: Predictions Current Score: DB 33 | DF 61 Holland take on Uruguay and Germany clash with Spain . Can Uruguay make it to the final as the only South American representative? Will it be 1974 over again with Holland hoping to get revenge against Germany? Will Spain win the biggest footballing honour to […]
Today’s World Cup phrase of the day is the expression rout which means a heavy defeat.
[print_link] | Subscribe: Predictions Current Score: DB 29 | DF 55 It’s the sharp end of the tournament – the business end. Eight teams looking to secure four places in the semi finals – three victories away from being crowned World Champions. In the first game, Holland take on Brazil , five time winners. The […]
World Cup Phrase of the Day: Scapegoat
[print_link] | Subscribe: Predictions Current Score: DB 25 | DF 49 A World Cup classic with Germany hoping to see off England and Argentina v Mexico are on today’s languagecaster.com predictions menu! Join our predictions competition here, where there’s a chance to win an original languagecaster.com T-shirt! [TABLE=198] Join our predictions competition by clicking here
Gerd Müller: Our fourth spotlight on World Cup Stars looks at one of Germany’s finest – der bomber!
We’d also like to know what has been your greatest World Cup moment? Maybe it was a win for your country; a superb goal or a moment of madness?