The Football World Cup kicks off today, and the hype is incredible.
Colombia has a world-class team, and I fancy their chances - what about you?
Whatever happens, whether their underdog or favourite, I'm sure you'll get behind them, and win or lose, let's show good sportsmanship.
In this programme we hear from people with different viewpoints; Neil and Rob discuss the vocabulary they use.
FIRST - Relax and Listen for the general idea - don't stress, don't worry about what you DON"T understand.
SECOND - Review the key Vocabulary, and this week's question:
world-class - (someone or something is) the best in the world
to fancy your chances - to believe you may succeed at something, even if you might not
get behind - support (someone or something)
underdog - person or team least likely to win
sportsmanship - fair and honest behaviour
hype - lots of talking and publicity to make people interested in something
This week's question:
The mascot for Russia 2018 is a wolf called Zabivaka. What does his name mean in English?
a) The winner
b) The one who scores
c) Fair play
Listen to the programme to find out the answer.
THIRD - Listen again, pay attention to thee new vocabulary, and listen for the answer to the question.
*Here's the transcript, if you need it
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