Thứ Sáu, 4 tháng 12, 2020

Talking about Sports!

 Sports, Games, Shoes vocabs!

1/ Sports & Games:


archery /ˈɑːrtʃəri/




badminton /ˈbædmɪntən/




bowling /ˈboʊlɪŋ/




boxing /ˈbɑːksɪŋ/


basketball /ˈbæskɪtbɔːl/




baseball /ˈbeɪsbɔːl/




rugby /ˈrʌɡbi/




wrestling /ˈreslɪŋ/




high jumping / haɪ ˈdʒʌmpɪŋ /




tennis /ˈtenɪs /




skateboarding /ˈskeɪtbɔːrdɪŋ/




surfing /ˈsɜːrfɪŋ/




hockey /ˈhɑːki/




figure skating /ˈfɪɡjər skeɪtɪŋ/




yoga /ˈjoʊɡə/




car racing /ka:rˈreɪsɪŋ /




cycling /ˈsaɪklɪŋ/




running /ˈrʌnɪŋ/




table tennis /ˈteɪbl tenɪs/




fishing /ˈfɪʃɪŋ/




judo /ˈdʒuːdoʊ/




climbing /ˈklaɪmɪŋ/




fencing /ˈfensɪŋ/




fitness /ˈfɪtnəs/




gymnastics /dʒɪmˈnæstɪk/






karate /kəˈrɑːti/




volleyball /ˈvɑːlibɔːl/




weightlifting /ˈweɪtlɪftɪŋ/




billiards/ pool /ˈbɪljərd/ /puːl/




shooting /ˈʃuːtɪŋ/




horse racing /ˈhɔːrs reɪsɪŋ/




horseback riding /ˈhɔːrsbæk raɪdɪŋ/




golf /ɡɑːlf/ /ɡɔːlf/




football/ soccer /ˈfʊtbɔːl/ /ˈsɑːkər/



2/ Extreme sports: /ɪkˈstriːm spɔːrt /


aggressive inline skating /əˈɡresɪv ˈɪn laɪn ˈskeɪtɪŋ /




base jumping /ˈbeɪs dʒʌmpɪŋ/




bungee jumping /ˈbʌndʒi dʒʌmpɪŋ/




free climbing /ˈfriː klaɪmɪŋ/




bouldering /ˈboʊldərɪŋ/




scuba diving /ˈskuːbə daɪvɪŋ/




sandboarding




motorcross /ˈmoʊtoʊkrɔːs/ /ˈmoʊtoʊkrɑːs/




mountain biking /ˈmaʊntn baɪkɪŋ/




rock climbing /ˈrɑːk klaɪmɪŋ/




mountaineering /ˌmaʊntnˈɪrɪŋ/




skiing /ˈskiːɪŋ/




hang gliding /ˈhæŋ ɡlaɪdɪŋ/




skydiving /ˈskaɪdaɪvɪŋ/




paragliding /ˈpærəɡlaɪdɪŋ/




water skiing /ˈwɔːtərskiːɪŋ/ /ˈwɑːtərskiːɪŋ/


sand kiting / sænd kaɪtɪŋ /



3/ Sports and exercise actions:


walk /wɔːk/




run /rʌn/




stretch /stretʃ/




jump /dʒʌmp/




bounce /baʊns/




hop /hɑːp/




skip /skɪp/




kneel /niːl/




bend /bend/




sit /sɪt/




lie down /laɪ daʊn /




ride /raɪd/




kick /kɪk/




throw /θroʊ/




hit /hɪt/




catch /kætʃ/




serve /sɜːrv/




pass /pæs/




dribble /ˈdrɪbl/




shoot /ʃuːt/



4/ Athletics shoes: /æθˈletɪk ʃuːz/


chuck taylor /tʃʌk ˈteɪlər /




trainers/ ˈtreɪnər /




high-tops /ˈhaɪ tɑːps/




old skool




running shoes /ˈrʌnɪŋ ʃuː/




soccer shoes /ˈsɑːkər ʃuː/




basketball shoes /ˈbæskɪtbɔːl ʃuː/






golf shoes /ɡɑːlf/ ɡɔːlf ʃuː/




sneakers /ˈsniːkər/




ice-skates /ˈaɪs skeɪt/




climbing shoes /ˈklaɪmɪŋ ʃuː/




hiking boots /ˈhaɪkɪŋ buːt/




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Talking about Sports!

Vocabularies:


1. Be keen on = Like/ love


2. Do judo


3. Tennis/ badminton/ basketball court /kɔːrt/


4. Marathon ( /ˈmærəθɑːn/ ) / car racing/ golf course /kɔːrs/


5. Keep fit -> fitness program


6. Stay healthy


7. Sporty (adj)


8. Be good at


9. Be bad at


10. Though


11. I find something + adj


Example:


I find watching sport quite boring


I find swimming very relaxing


12. For me, the most important thing is


Example:


For me, the most important is getting outdoors and being active


13. I just like


Example:


I just like the feeling of overcoming a challenge


14. Personally


Example:


Personally, I love water sports


15. There’s no better feeling than


16. Martial art (boxing/ karate...)


17. Keep me/us fit and active


18. Compete (verb) /kəmˈpiːt/ -> Competition (noun) /ˌkɑːmpəˈtɪʃn/ -> Competitive (adj) /kəmˈpetətɪv/


19. Fan (noun) -> a crazy fan


20. Train (verb) -> Trainer (noun) - my personal trainer -> Trainee


21. 21. I have been + Verb - ing + for/ since


Example:


I have been swimming for 3 months/ 2 years.


I have been playing badminton since I was 10 or 11 years old.


I have been doing gym since I was a student.


22. Team sports like soccer/ basketball/ cricket/ volleyball


23. Individual sports like swimming/ running/ boxing/ gym


-> Play + ball sports


-> Go + activities with ing


-> Do + other activities


24. Strengthen /ˈstreŋθn/ my muscles /ˈmʌsl/


25. Burn /bɜːrn/ calories /ˈkæləri/


26. Release stress


27. A home game # An away game (soccer/ football)


28. Feel weak ( /wiːk/ ) / tired # feel strong


29. Score /skɔːr/ a goal


30. Avoid /əˈvɔɪd/


31. Injury /ˈɪndʒəri/ (noun) -> Injuries


32. Play fair


33. Cooperate /koʊˈɑːpəreɪt/ with (other people)


34. Win/ lose a match


35. Tough /tʌf/ = difficult


36. locker room


37. playing field/ pitch


38. coach /koʊtʃ/


39. goalkeeper /ˈɡoʊlkiːpər/


40. defender /dɪˈfendər/


41. midfielder /ˌmɪdˈfiːldər/


42. Attacker /əˈtækər/ = forward /ˈfɔːrwərd/ = striker /ˈstraɪkər/


43. corner /ˈkɔːrnər/ kick


44. penalty /ˈpenəlti/


45. Head the ball


46. yellow card/ red card


47. half time





Part 1:

Talking about your general opinion

  1. Do you like sport?
  2. Do you play any sport? If yes, which sports do you play?

Adding more details:


1/ How long have you been playing sport?


2/ Who do you often play sport with?


3/ How often do you play sport?


4/ Where do you often play sport?


Example:

  • I’m always sporty. I often play badminton with a group of my friends three times a week at the badminton court near my house in town. I have been playing badminton for 2 years.
  • I enjoy some sports, though I’m not really good at them. In summer, I often go swimming at the pool in Phan Thiet or at the beach in Mui Ne with my friends or sometimes with my family. I often go swimming 3 or 4 times a week. I have been swimming since I was a child. Beside swimming, I really enjoy doing gym or going running every day too.
  • Yes, I’m really keen on sports. I do judo twice a week and go to tennis court every weekend in the summer. I have been doing Judo since I was a teenager.




Part 2:

How to talk about team sports


Adding more details:


1/ Who do you often play sport with?


2/ How often do you play sport?


3/ Where do you often play sport?


Example:


I like playing basketball. I play for a local team. We train three times a week and have matches once or twice a week, sometimes in our town, and sometimes in other cities.


I really enjoy playing volleyball. I joined an online group and we meet once a week for a game. Different people play every week and I find it very interesting.



Part 3:

How to talk about individual sports


Adding more details:


1/ Who do you often play sport with?


2/ How often do you play sport?


3/ Where do you often play sport?


Example:


I go running by myself or with my husband. I go once a week or so. I like going running in the park or just around the streets.


I do boxing at my local gym. I go to classes twice or three times a week. I don’t know the people in the class well but I love making new friends.





Part 4:

Talking about why you do sport.


Example:

  • I play soccer with some friends every Sunday. I play soccer with some friends every Sunday. For me, the most important thing is the social side. I don’t really care about the game or who wins. . I don’t really care about the game or who wins. I just like having a laugh with some good friends and getting a beer after that.
  • I play basketball for a local team. Personally, I love the competition. I play basketball for a local team. Personally, I love the competition. There’s no better feeling than winning a difficult match, or beating a team who beat you last time. I know some people say that sport’s about taking part in, not winning, but that’s not true for me. If you don’t play to win, what’s the point?
  • I don’t really like sport that much, but I don’t really like sport that much, but fitness and staying healthy are important to me. That’s why I go swimming and do some weight lifting regularly. I mostly exercise by myself at the sports center. Personally, I just do it because I feel I have to. I don’t really enjoy it, although I don’t mind it either. I do like feeling healthy and fit, but exercising always feels more like work than something fun.
  • I love playing badminton because I feel great and have a lot of fun with my friends after work/ school.
  • Playing sports really make me feel active and confident about my body.
  • I think it is really good to keep fit and stay healthy because it helps to raise your mood in work and study.








Talking more about sports:

  1. What are the top 5 sports in your country?
  2. Do you like extreme sports? why or why not?
  3. What extreme sports have you ever tried?
  4. What sports you don’t like? Why not?
  5. Which sport is considered to be the “king” of sports in your country?
  6. What is your favorite team?
  7. Who is your favorite player? Why do you like him/ her?
  8. Do you play soccer? How often? With who? and Where?
  9. What position do you play in a soccer team?
  10. Do you watch sports on TV?
Soccer/ football vocabs


soccer/ˈsɑːkər/ / football




in the stadium - stadium /ˈsteɪdiəm/




locker room




bleachers /ˈbliːtʃərz/




playing field/ pitch/pɪtʃ/






midfield /ˈmɪdfiːld/- striker /ˈstraɪkər/




center circle




halfway line /ˌhæfˈweɪ laɪn/




sideline /ˈsaɪdlaɪn/= touchline /ˈtʌtʃlaɪn/




goal line




penalty box /ˈpenəlti bɑːks/




penalty spot/ penalty kick mark




six yard box/ goal area


goal


corner arc




corner flag




goal net




crossbar /ˈkrɔːsbɑːr/






posts




soccer ball




team




opponent team /əˈpoʊnənt/




coach /koʊtʃ/




soccer player/ football player




uniform = kit /ˈjuːnɪfɔːrm/




socks




shorts




shin guards /ˈʃɪn ɡɑːrd/




cleats /kliːt/




goalkeeper /ˈɡoʊlkiːpər/ = goalie /ˈɡoʊli/






forward /ˈfɔːrwərd/


defender /dɪˈfendər/


sweeper /ˈswiːpər/




winger /ˈwɪŋər/




substitutes /ˈsʌbstɪtuːt/




referee /ˌrefəˈriː/




whistle /ˈwɪsl/




assistant referee /əˌsɪstənt refəˈriː/ = line judge




to pass the ball




corner kick




free kick




wall




penalty /ˈpenəlti/




throw in




out of bounds




goal = to score a goal




to dribble /ˈdrɪbl/






to shoot = to kick




to tackle /ˈtækl/




to volley /ˈvɑːli/




to head the ball = a header




to trap /træp/= to control




to save a goal




football fouls




to set an offside trap




to bring down


hand ball




yellow card




red card






a player send off for a foul




timing a game




regular /ˈreɡjələr/ time = 90 mins


injury time /ˈɪndʒəri taɪm/




half time




overtime




final score




winner team




defeated team


tie game - draw


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