Talking Sport, Wk 44

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Today we’re hearing about a boxer from Brazil and learning the phrase 'work out' and the word 'atmosphere'

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Presenter

Hi I'm Natalie and welcome to Talking Sport.

Today we’re hearing about a boxer from Brazil and learning the phrase 'work out' and the word 'atmosphere'

After the London Olympics the next games will be in Rio de Janeiro!

One man hoping to qualify for both the London Games and the Rio Games is boxer, Roberto Custodio.

Matthew Pinsent has been to Rio to meet him.

Listen for the phrase 'work out' and the word 'atmosphere'.

Clip

He's a tough guy in a tough part of town. Roberto Custodio is a young man with hopes of making it to London 2012. He's now on track to qualify for London or if that doesn’t work out then in 4 years time when the games come here to Rio.

The arrival of the Olympics in 2016 is going to bring new stadia and a party atmosphere, but that might all happen miles that way, the real test of the Olympics is going to be whether it makes a difference in places like this.

Presenter

Listen again for the phrase 'work out' and the word 'atmosphere'.

Clip

He's a tough guy in a tough part of town. Roberto Custodio is a young man with hopes of making it to London 2012. He's now on track to qualify for London or if that doesn’t work out then in 4 years time when the games come here to Rio.

The arrival of the Olympics in 2016 is going to bring new stadia and a party atmosphere, but that might all happen miles that way, the real test of the Olympics is going to be whether it makes a difference in places like this.

Presenter

In the clip we heard the phrase 'work out'.

On screen

work out

کارساز بودن،‌ عملی شدن

Presenter

Roberto is hoping to qualify for London but if that doesn’t work out, he will try and qualify for the Rio 2016 Games.

We also heard the word 'atmosphere'.

On screen

atmosphere

جو، فضا

Presenter

The arrival of the Olympics in 2016 is going to bring a party atmosphere.

Well we have learnt the phrase 'work out' and the word 'atmosphere'. Now let's hear from people using the phrase 'work out'.

Vox pops

I hope my future career plans work out.

If my plans work out I will be going on holiday this summer.

Things don’t always work out the way you want them to.

On screen

I hope my future career plans work out.

If my plans work out I will be going on holiday this summer.

Things don’t always work out the way you want them to.

Presenter

I'm Natalie and that’s all from Talking Sport.

See you next time.

Regular and irregular plurals

In the video we heard the irregular plural for stadium, stadia:

"The arrival of the Olympics in 2016 is going to bring new stadia and a party atmosphere…"

Now complete the plural form of the nouns below. Some are regular while others are irregular.

Singular Plural

1. foot _________

2. hand _________

3. man _________

4. series _________

5. child _________

6. boxer _________

7. party _________

8. analysis _________

9. town _________

10. glove _________

Phrasal verbs with 'out'

In the video we heard the phrasal verb 'work out' meaning for things to go according to plan:

"He's now on track to qualify for London or if that doesn't work out then in four years time when the games come here to Rio."

Below are some more phrasal verbs with 'out':

leave out: not include

pull out of: decide not to continue with something

stay out: not come home

clear out: tidy and throw away things you do not need

Now complete the sentences with the correct phrasal verb.

1. A: Did you __________ your room?

B: No, not yet.

2. Can you please __________ the cheese in the recipe? I don't like it.

3. He was forced to __________ the race because he injured his knee.

4. When I was younger my parents did not allow me to __________ late during the week.

Answers

Regular and irregular plurals

Singular Plural

1. foot feet

2. hand hands

3. man men

4. series series

5. child children

6. boxer boxers

7. party parties

8. analysis analyses

9. town towns

10. glove gloves

Phrasal verbs with 'out'

1. A: Did you clear out your room?

B: No, not yet.

2. Can you please leave out the cheese in the recipe? I don't like it.

3. He was forced to pull out of the race because he injured his knee.

4. When I was younger my parents did not allow me to stay out late during the

week.

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