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Liverpool's manager, Jurgen Klopp, in the rain.

The Environment: Extreme Weather 1

The Environment: Extreme Weather 1

In this Premier Skills English Podcast, Jack's football match is postponed because of the rain. The language focus is on words and phrases to describe different types of rain and getting wet. Your task is to tell us about a time you had to change your plans because of the weather. Don't forget to listen to the end of the podcast because we have a new football phrase for you to guess.

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The Environment: Extreme Weather 1

Jack: Hello my name’s Jack 

Rowan: My name’s Rowan

Rich: and I’m Rich and welcome to this week’s Premier Skills English podcast.

Jack: In the Premier Skills English podcast, we talk about football and help you with your English. 

Rowan: Don’t forget you can find the transcript for all our podcasts on the Premier Skills English website.

Rich: In this week’s podcast, Jack’s football match is cancelled because of bad weather.

Jack: We’ll look at some language connected to rain and extreme weather.

Rowan: And we’ll also talk about why we’re seeing more extreme weather events around the world and some words and phrases connected to this.

Rich: This week’s podcast comes in two parts: extreme weather one and two. In each part, we have a task for you to do which will give you a chance to talk about what we have discussed and the language which we will introduce.

Jack: On the Premier Skills English website, you’ll be able to find all these podcasts and the transcripts and extra activities that go with them. 

Rowan: So if you are listening to us on Apple Podcasts or Spotify or any other podcast platform,  check out our website!

Rich: And don’t forget to listen to the end of the podcast because we have a new football phrase for you to guess!

SOCIAL

Jack: Before we start this week’s roleplay we’d just like to thank everyone for all their comments on the Premier Skills English website. It’s great to know that you’re enjoying the podcasts and all of the free learning materials we have on the site.

Rich: We’d like to give a shout-out to some of our listeners and tell everyone what they’ve been saying.

Rowan: The first person we have to mention is HSN from Turkey. HSN is a long time listener and he’s been going back and listening to all of our podcasts and doing all the tasks we have for you after each podcast. Thanks for all your comments HSN and well done!

Jack: I’d like to say hi to Richard J from Ecuador who is another listener we have had on the website for a while. Richard told us how one of our Premier Vocabulary podcasts reminded him of how he used to use sticks and stones and backpacks to create goals. I’m delighted our podcast brought back some happy memories.

Rich: Finally I’d like to say thanks to Emmanuel Kwarteng from Ghana, Tiago Delazari from Brazil, HSN and MoBeckham from Turkey, and Ahmed Alariby from Libya. I’d like to say thanks for your sets of instructions on how to do something connected to technology.

Rowan: Ah, yes. This was last week’s task in our podcast about digital literacy. That advice about connecting my phone to my TV was very useful!

Jack: OK, I think it’s time to reveal last week’s football phrase and see who got the right answer.

Last Week’s football Phrase

Rich: OK, our football phrase. If you’ve not listened to the podcast before, every week we set our listeners a challenge. We explain a football phrase or word and you have to guess what it is.

Rowan: When you know the answer, go to the podcast page on the Premier Skills English website and write the word or phrase in the comments. If you’re correct we’ll announce your name on next week’s podcast.

Jack: Thanks for all your answers and guesses last week. The first listener with the correct answer was Gerardo94 from Cuba. Well done Gerardo!

Rowan: Congratulations also go to HSN and MoBeckham from Turkey, Gitaandari from Indonesia, Emmanuel from France, Marco Zapien and Vic from Mexico, Emmanuel Kwarteng from Ghana, Robert Tavares from Brazil, Liubomyr from Ukraine and Tasher Koshen from Somalia.

Rich: Later on, at the end of the podcast, we’ll have this week’s football phrase for you but for now here’s the answer to last week’s challenge.

Jack: Last week’s football phrase was record signing. This phrase is used when a club pays more money for a player transfer than they ever have before. Jack Grealish is Manchester City’s record signing and Romelu Lukaku is Chelsea’s record signing.

Rowan: Who is your team’s record signing?

Introduction to Roleplay 1

Jack: As we said earlier, in this week’s roleplay we’re talking about extreme weather and the environment.

Rowan: After the roleplay, we’ll look at some language connected to rain and getting wet. While you listen we want you to answer a question.

Rich: The question is: Why is Jack’s football match cancelled?

Roleplay

Rich: It’s absolutely chucking it down. I bet Jack is drenched. Maybe you should speed up a bit?

Rowan: Speed up in this? It’s treacherous. It’s like driving through a river. He’ll just have to wait.

Rich: It’s Jack. What shall I tell him? Fifteen minutes?

Rowan: Yeah, about that.

Rich: Hey, Jack.

Jack: Where are you? I’m soaked.

Rich: We didn’t think you’d be finished for ages.

Jack: The match was postponed at the last minute. Waterlogged pitch. Well, more like a flood now!

Rowan: Oh no!

Rich: We’ll be there in fifteen minutes - don’t worry, it’s just a shower.

Jack: A shower? A torrential downpour more like.  Get a move on. I’m drenched.

Rich: What’s happening?

Rowan: We’re slowing down.

Rich: What for?

Rowan: I don’t know.

Rich: Oh, look! That’s what you call a flood.

Rowan: The police are turning everyone around. I reckon the river’s burst its banks.

Rich: Jack’ll have to wait in this deluge a little longer.

Language Focus

Rowan: Before the roleplay, we asked you a question. The question was:  Why was Jack’s football match cancelled?

Jack: Well, the answer is the weather but it wasn’t because of the rain - I don’t have any problem with playing in the rain.

Rich: No, the match was cancelled or postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.

Rowan: This means the pitch was flooded - maybe there’s a lot of standing water on the pitch so the ball doesn’t roll along the pitch when you kick it.

Jack: There’s quite a bit of language to look at straight away. Let’s start with flooded. 

Rich: A flood is a large amount of water that covers an area that is normally dry. The water usually comes from rain but you could also flood your kitchen if your washing machine breaks or you leave the tap on or something.

Rowan: Yes, so flood can be a noun or a verb but in the example, it was an adjective. Jack’s match was cancelled because of a flooded pitch.

Jack: In football, we often use the phrase waterlogged pitch. It is specific to fields and pitches - things that contain soil. The area becomes waterlogged - it can’t hold any more water so you get a flood.

Rich: Premier League clubs have very good pitches so it’s rare to get waterlogged pitches and matches postponed for this reason but it happened a lot in the past.

Rowan: Let’s look at some more language from the roleplay. Jack got very wet because it was raining. He said he was soaked and that he was drenched.

Jack: Both soaked and drenched mean to be very, very wet. They are extreme adjectives so we can’t say that we are very soaked but we can use an adverb such as absolutely and say I’m absolutely soaked or absolutely drenched.

Rich: You can also say the phrase soaking wet to say that you are very wet. I’m soaking wet - I need to change my clothes! 

Rowan: You can’t use the verb drench in the same way here.

Jack: A nice idiom that you can use is to be soaked to the skin which again means to be very, very wet.

Rowan: In the roleplay, it was raining but we didn’t use the word ‘rain’ once. Let’s look at some of the words and phrases we used instead.

Rich: It was raining a lot - it was raining very heavily so we used lots of language to describe this. At the beginning, I said ‘It’s absolutely chucking it down’.

Jack: To chuck it down is an informal phrase that means it’s raining a lot and it’s raining heavily. We might also say something like it’s throwing it down outside or we might even use the idiom it’s raining cats and dogs.

Rowan: It’s raining cats and dogs is an idiom that means it’s raining heavily. It’s a fun phrase but I don’t think it’s used so much these days.

Rich: We used more words to describe rain in the roleplay. Listen to this again and decide who thinks the rain is heavier. Me or Jack?

Rich: We’ll be there in fifteen minutes - don’t worry, it’s just a shower.

Jack: A shower? A torrential downpour more like.  Get a move on. I’m drenched.

Rowan: Jack definitely thinks it’s heavier. Rich describes the rain as a shower. A shower is a short period of rain. We use a few collocations with showers.

Rich: You might hear collocations such as heavy showers which is obvious or scattered showers. Scattered showers are showers that can happen over a wide area but we’re not sure exactly when or where they will be.

Jack: I described the rain as a torrential downpour. A downpour is heavy rainfall that often starts suddenly. For added emphasis, I added torrential which is an adjective that is only used to describe heavy rain.

Rowan: OK, I think that is enough language for now. You can look at this vocabulary and more in more detail on the Premier Skills English website. You’ll also find free activities,  the transcript and a quiz to help you understand.

Task

Rowan: OK, it’s time for your task. In the roleplay you just heard, Jack was caught in the rain and his football match was postponed.

Jack: Your task is to tell us about a time when the weather changed your plans. You might want to tell us about a time you got soaked like I did in the roleplay but maybe you want to tell us about a time when you had to change your plans because of a storm, hot weather or even snow.

Rich: We want you to tell us where you were and what the weather was like.

Rowan: We want you to tell us what you wanted to do and how the weather changed your plans.

Jack: And we want you to tell us about what happened. Did you get soaking wet like me or did you stay at home and not go out?

Rich: Write all your replies in the comments section on the Premier Skills English website.

Football Phrase

Rich: OK, it’s time for our football phrase. If you’ve not listened to the podcast before, every week we set our listeners a challenge. We explain a football phrase or word and you have to guess what it is.

Rowan: You will hear this football phrase in every podcast we release this week.

Jack: When you know the answer, go to the podcast page on the Premier Skills English website or the review section on Apple Podcasts and write the word or phrase in the comments. If you’re correct we’ll announce your name on next week’s podcast.

Rich: So what is this week’s football phrase, Rowan?

Rowan: This week’s football phrase is ******* ****. This phrase is not exactly a football phrase but it is one that you will see a lot this week if you read about Cristiano Ronaldo and his return to Manchester United. This phrase is used as a greeting to tell someone that you are happy that they have returned. I saw lots of fan-made signs saying ******* **** Cristiano at their match last weekend.

Jack: If you have a football phrase that you would like us to use in the podcast, just get in touch and let us know.

Rich: Right, that’s all we have time for but we will be back soon with the next part of this Premier Skills English podcast.

Rowan: Before we finish we just wanted to say that we hope you found this lesson useful and we hope all of you stay fit and healthy.

Jack: Bye for now and enjoy your football.

Jack's football match is postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.

Vocabulary

Football

In the roleplay, Jack's football match was cancelled. Why was it cancelled? Look at this sentence from the roleplay. Do you understand the words in bold?

Jack: The match was postponed at the last minute. Waterlogged pitch. Well, more like a flood now!

Getting Wet

Jack got very wet waiting in the rain for Rowan and Rich. There are lots of words and phrases to describe getting wet. Look at these sentences from the roleplay. Do you understand the words in bold?

Rich: I bet Jack is drenched. Maybe you should speed up a bit?

Jack: Where are you? I’m soaked.

Jack: I’m soaking wet - I need to change my clothes! 

Rich: You're soaked to the skin. You should go and change.

Do you recognise these ex-Chelsea players getting soaked to the skin?

Vocabulary

Rain

In the roleplay, it was raining and Rich, Jack and Rowan spoke about rain a lot but they didn't actually use the word rain. Here are some of the words and phrases they used. Check that you understand the words in bold and then have a go at the activity.

It’s absolutely chucking it down.

It’s absolutely throwing it down.

It's raining cats and dogs out there.

Don’t worry, it’s just a shower.

A shower? A torrential downpour more like.

Jack will have to wait in this deluge a little longer.

Activity

Activity: In this activity, test how well you have learned the words from the podcast.
Can you choose the correct word?

Rowan and Rich went to pick up Jack in torrential rain.

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Task

Extreme Weather: A change of plan

Who's this Premier League manager in the rain?

In this podcast, Jack was caught in the rain and his football match was postponed. Your task is to tell us about a time when the weather changed your plans. You might want to tell us about a time you got soaked or about a time when you had to change your plans because of a storm, hot weather or even snow.

  • Tell us where you were and what the weather was like.
  • Tell us what you wanted to do and how the weather changed your plans.
  • Tell us what happened. Did you get soaking wet or did you stay at home?

Write all your answers in the comments section and make a guess at this week's football phrase!.

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Komentar

amirreza_goal7
12/09/2021
IR
36
points

I live in Iran which is located in the middle east and torrential downpours happen quite often but in the past 5 years some extreme floods happened as a result of climate change and some people lost their cars or even their homes because the water was over 1 meter high and generally some people were hit pretty hard econamically


amirreza_goal7
12/09/2021 08:48
Iran
Manchester United
36

I live in Iran which is located in the middle east and torrential downpours happen quite often but in the past 5 years some extreme floods happened as a result of climate change and some people lost their cars or even their homes because the water was over 1 meter high and generally some people were hit pretty hard econamically

Bertoldt
11/09/2021
ID
181
points

the phrase is welcome home


Bertoldt
11/09/2021 14:06
Indonesia
Liverpool
181

the phrase is welcome home

hsn's picture
hsn
11/09/2021
TR
2964
points

Hi Jack! Hi Rich!
Instead of asking football phrase it's also possible to ask about football positions or movements. For instance; Player scores a goal but it's disallowed. Why?
Answer; Maybe there was a foul, or off-side position or hand touching e.t.c.
That is just a suggestion-:)
Bye.


hsn's picture
hsn
11/09/2021 10:51
Turkey
Tottenham Hotspur
2964

Hi Jack! Hi Rich!
Instead of asking football phrase it's also possible to ask about football positions or movements. For instance; Player scores a goal but it's disallowed. Why?
Answer; Maybe there was a foul, or off-side position or hand touching e.t.c.
That is just a suggestion-:)
Bye.

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mobeckham
11/09/2021
TR
6351
points

Those two ex-Chelsea players who are getting soaked to the skin are Ivanovic and Drogba.

That Premier League manager in the rain is the Normal One , Jurgen Klopp.


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mobeckham
11/09/2021 07:22
Turkey
Manchester United
6351

Those two ex-Chelsea players who are getting soaked to the skin are Ivanovic and Drogba.

That Premier League manager in the rain is the Normal One , Jurgen Klopp.

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mobeckham
11/09/2021
TR
6351
points

I remember the day as it was yesterday
It was the 20th January 2016 and I was living in Manisa , a city in Turkey near Izmir , when I woke up in the morning and I looked out of my window , the weather was so foggy like you couldn't see anything through it.
I got dressed and headed to my school.
It started when the school shuttle didn't arrive because the traffic was horrible. It was snowing heavily and the temperature was -10 degrees.
Nevertheless , I decided to walk to school and enjoy the extreme weather.
I have walked for about 40 min in snow and I ended up sliding for about 3 to 4 times :)
When I arrived to school , surprisingly , I didn't find anyone as it was announced it's a day off because of extreme weather conditions early in the morning.
I was lucky enough because my brother lives 10 minutes away from my old school so I visited him and we had a cup of tea together then we went out to enjoy the snow and take some memorial photos.
It was a lovely experience through even there wasn't anyone in the streets apart from us :)


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mobeckham
11/09/2021 07:20
Turkey
Manchester United
6351

I remember the day as it was yesterday
It was the 20th January 2016 and I was living in Manisa , a city in Turkey near Izmir , when I woke up in the morning and I looked out of my window , the weather was so foggy like you couldn't see anything through it.
I got dressed and headed to my school.
It started when the school shuttle didn't arrive because the traffic was horrible. It was snowing heavily and the temperature was -10 degrees.
Nevertheless , I decided to walk to school and enjoy the extreme weather.
I have walked for about 40 min in snow and I ended up sliding for about 3 to 4 times :)
When I arrived to school , surprisingly , I didn't find anyone as it was announced it's a day off because of extreme weather conditions early in the morning.
I was lucky enough because my brother lives 10 minutes away from my old school so I visited him and we had a cup of tea together then we went out to enjoy the snow and take some memorial photos.
It was a lovely experience through even there wasn't anyone in the streets apart from us :)

SAYLA AFRIN MONIKA
09/09/2021
BD
10
points

The phrase is "Welcome Back"


SAYLA AFRIN MONIKA
09/09/2021 21:11
Bangladesh
Manchester United
10

The phrase is "Welcome Back"

Mon
08/09/2021
EG
1866
points

the phrase is '' ******* **** ''


Mon
08/09/2021 23:55
Egypt
Chelsea
1866

the phrase is '' ******* **** ''

Dallas's picture
Dallas
07/09/2021
CV
13
points

The phrase is ******* ****


Dallas's picture
Dallas
07/09/2021 22:38
Cape Verde
Manchester City
13

The phrase is ******* ****

hsn's picture
hsn
06/09/2021
TR
2964
points

Second guess; ******* ****.


hsn's picture
hsn
06/09/2021 12:15
Turkey
Tottenham Hotspur
2964

Second guess; ******* ****.

anvd1110
05/09/2021
VN
9
points

The phrase is: ******* ****


anvd1110
05/09/2021 16:34
Vietnam
Chelsea
9

The phrase is: ******* ****

Rich's picture
Rich
06/09/2021
ES
594
points

Well done! You got the right answer, anvd1110!

Welcome to Premier Skills English!

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team


Rich's picture
Rich
06/09/2021 09:34
Spain
Liverpool
594

Well done! You got the right answer, anvd1110!

Welcome to Premier Skills English!

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team

hsn's picture
hsn
05/09/2021
TR
2964
points

Task
I as driving to my city from my hometown with my wife. I'd chosen alternative old way to save a half hour. In the middle of road a heavy snow started and road became dangerous because of slipping. I went back and used safe road.
Phrases
• Nowadays, weather's changed here, it's suddenly chucking it down as a torrential downpour for a short time and people getting wet or drenched.
My last awful joke -:)
• When a match postponed as a reason of waterlogged pitch, sport authorities should provide water skiing performance to the fans as an alternative of football match.
Notes
• To speed up in the treacherous weather , might cause deadly accident .Because fallen down rain water cut off contact between tyre and road.The car starts flying-:) Slowing down is a sensible way.


hsn's picture
hsn
05/09/2021 07:34
Turkey
Tottenham Hotspur
2964

Task
I as driving to my city from my hometown with my wife. I'd chosen alternative old way to save a half hour. In the middle of road a heavy snow started and road became dangerous because of slipping. I went back and used safe road.
Phrases
• Nowadays, weather's changed here, it's suddenly chucking it down as a torrential downpour for a short time and people getting wet or drenched.
My last awful joke -:)
• When a match postponed as a reason of waterlogged pitch, sport authorities should provide water skiing performance to the fans as an alternative of football match.
Notes
• To speed up in the treacherous weather , might cause deadly accident .Because fallen down rain water cut off contact between tyre and road.The car starts flying-:) Slowing down is a sensible way.

Rich's picture
Rich
06/09/2021
ES
594
points

Water skiing is not a bad idea :)


Rich's picture
Rich
06/09/2021 09:35
Spain
Liverpool
594

Water skiing is not a bad idea :)

hsn's picture
hsn
06/09/2021
TR
2964
points

Hi.Rich,
First sentence of my comments should have been as "I was............" sorry for mistake. I think the letter "w" disappeared when pasting the text.
Bye.


hsn's picture
hsn
06/09/2021 12:16
Turkey
Tottenham Hotspur
2964

Hi.Rich,
First sentence of my comments should have been as "I was............" sorry for mistake. I think the letter "w" disappeared when pasting the text.
Bye.

Emmanuel Kwarteng
04/09/2021
GH
116
points

One Saturday morning, the sky was clear so I step out for a morning run. On my return, it started pouring heavily, and I was torn between running for shelter somewhere on the road or running home. I chose the latter because home wasn't so far away. But I soon realized that, that was a terrible decision. My shoes got stuck in mud and I was soaked to the skin. I felt so called when I got home and right after cleaning myself, I hit the sack.

This week's phrase is '******* ****'


Emmanuel Kwarteng
04/09/2021 10:01
Ghana
Manchester City
116

One Saturday morning, the sky was clear so I step out for a morning run. On my return, it started pouring heavily, and I was torn between running for shelter somewhere on the road or running home. I chose the latter because home wasn't so far away. But I soon realized that, that was a terrible decision. My shoes got stuck in mud and I was soaked to the skin. I felt so called when I got home and right after cleaning myself, I hit the sack.

This week's phrase is '******* ****'

Rich's picture
Rich
06/09/2021
ES
594
points

That doesn't sound much fun but I suppose it happens to us all once in a while!

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team


Rich's picture
Rich
06/09/2021 09:37
Spain
Liverpool
594

That doesn't sound much fun but I suppose it happens to us all once in a while!

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team

MAYU's picture
MAYU
04/09/2021
JP
37
points

This week's phrase is '******* ****' , I guess.


MAYU's picture
MAYU
04/09/2021 05:42
Japan
Liverpool
37

This week's phrase is '******* ****' , I guess.

Rich's picture
Rich
06/09/2021
ES
594
points

Well done, Mayu!


Rich's picture
Rich
06/09/2021 09:37
Spain
Liverpool
594

Well done, Mayu!

capred
04/09/2021
VN
34
points

I guess the phrase is “ ******* ****”


capred
04/09/2021 01:37
Vietnam
Manchester United
34

I guess the phrase is “ ******* ****”

Rich's picture
Rich
06/09/2021
ES
594
points

Well done, Capred!


Rich's picture
Rich
06/09/2021 09:37
Spain
Liverpool
594

Well done, Capred!

Richard J's picture
Richard J
03/09/2021
EC
2846
points

Hi everyone,
I have to say that it was exciting (for me) obviously hehe to hear my name in the podcast but more than that I've learned a lot from you so many thanks to all of you and I want to make another try at the football phrase, I'm pretty sure the phrase is ******* ****.


Richard J's picture
Richard J
03/09/2021 21:54
Ecuador
Liverpool
2846

Hi everyone,
I have to say that it was exciting (for me) obviously hehe to hear my name in the podcast but more than that I've learned a lot from you so many thanks to all of you and I want to make another try at the football phrase, I'm pretty sure the phrase is ******* ****.

Rich's picture
Rich
06/09/2021
ES
594
points

Well, it's a very good name!! Thanks for your kind comments!

Rich (ard) - The Premier Skills English Team


Rich's picture
Rich
06/09/2021 09:39
Spain
Liverpool
594

Well, it's a very good name!! Thanks for your kind comments!

Rich (ard) - The Premier Skills English Team

Marco Zapien's picture
Marco Zapien
03/09/2021
MX
79
points

******* ****


Marco Zapien's picture
Marco Zapien
03/09/2021 21:46
Mexico
Wolverhampton Wanderers
79

******* ****

Rich's picture
Rich
06/09/2021
ES
594
points

Well done, Marco!


Rich's picture
Rich
06/09/2021 09:49
Spain
Liverpool
594

Well done, Marco!

Vic
03/09/2021
MX
817
points

Well, when I were at Germany, the weather was too cold, I can´t forget hoy cold feel in my skin, I had to cancelled all activities of the day, and back to hotel to put me down of shower an take a shower with hoy water, drink coffee and put in the bed, was awful.

Some day, I visited my uncle, and when the time to go home arrive, star a toorential downpour, but I had back to the flat because the next has work, so, run to the underground station, obviouly I get drenched, include my shoes, was a terrible night.


Vic
03/09/2021 20:51
Mexico
Liverpool
817

Well, when I were at Germany, the weather was too cold, I can´t forget hoy cold feel in my skin, I had to cancelled all activities of the day, and back to hotel to put me down of shower an take a shower with hoy water, drink coffee and put in the bed, was awful.

Some day, I visited my uncle, and when the time to go home arrive, star a toorential downpour, but I had back to the flat because the next has work, so, run to the underground station, obviouly I get drenched, include my shoes, was a terrible night.

Rich's picture
Rich
06/09/2021
ES
594
points

I remember once going to Berlin for New Year. It was so cold that I ended going back to my hotel room way before 1200! There were thousands of people out on the streets celebrating. I don't know how they did it!

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team


Rich's picture
Rich
06/09/2021 11:00
Spain
Liverpool
594

I remember once going to Berlin for New Year. It was so cold that I ended going back to my hotel room way before 1200! There were thousands of people out on the streets celebrating. I don't know how they did it!

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team

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AbdlRhman
03/09/2021
EG
215
points

The phrase is "******* ****"


AbdlRhman's picture
AbdlRhman
03/09/2021 19:31
Egypt
Manchester City
215

The phrase is "******* ****"

Rich's picture
Rich
06/09/2021
ES
594
points

Well done, Abdlrhmn!


Rich's picture
Rich
06/09/2021 11:01
Spain
Liverpool
594

Well done, Abdlrhmn!

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8Vietnam16804
9Bosnia and Herzegovina16268
10Turkey16084
Club ranking
RankNameScore
1Manchester United129627
2Liverpool96389
3Chelsea81405
4Arsenal76980
5Manchester City48281
6Tottenham Hotspur14052
7Leicester City12416
8Newcastle United10088
9Leeds United5921
10West Ham United5303

Level

3
Average: 3 (1 vote)

Goals

Skills: Listening

Vocabulary: Rain and getting wet

Task: Tell us about a time you had to change your plans because of the weather