331 – Winners and Losers in Sports

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PODCAST-ENGLISH-WINNERS-LOSERS-SPORTS For today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at how we can talk about winners and losers in sports. The key vocabulary for today is play, win, beat, lose, and cream and shutout.

Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or the check the transcript for the details:

  • The Yankees played Boston.
  • The Yankees won 5-2.
  • The Yankees beat Boston 5-2.
  • Boston lost 5-2.
  • Yankees creamed Boston.
  • The Yankees shut out Boston.
  • The game was a shutout.

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Comments 3

  1. This is a question, Michael:
    Are there English courses for understanding sports? Are there by sport? By American sports? Worldwide sports?
    I´ve tried to practice my listening by watching and hearing baseball and american football, and it´s a headache! There´s a lot new words at once and when I begin to catch on, the next movement is on in the event.
    The best thing would be to speak english like a CNN or Foxsport announcer, find a radio baseball broadcast and enjoy it.
    By the way, my favorite sport is BASEBALL !! Dodgers, Dodgers, Dodgers !!

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