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Jamie Vardy celebrating his record.

Podcast 28

Podcast 28

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In this week's podcast, Rich and Jack and talk about Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy and his record breaking goal against Manchester United. The language focus is phrases you can use to invite people to different events and how to accept or decline an invitation. We also have a new riddle in our 'What's my Team?' competition!

 

How to enter the competition?

  1. Press play on the podcast below smiley

  2. Listen to Alison, who is this week's Premier League fan.

  3. Guess Alison's favourite team.

  4. Write your answer in the comments section at the bottom of this page.

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How much did you understand?

Vocabulary 

In this podcast, Rich and Jack used some vocabulary that might have been new for you. Try the activities below to see how much you understand:

"I'd have to go for Jamie Vardy"

"Claudio Ranieri has been running a pizza incentive plan this season."

Activity 1: In this activity, look at some of the words we used in the podcast and try to match them to their definitions.
Did you know all the words in the podcast?

Jamie Vardy has scored in 11 consecutive matches, which is a new Premier League record.

Language - Accepting and Declining Invitations

In the podcast, Rich invited Jack to his birthday party, but Jack had to decline his invitation. If you want to learn more about the language of invitations and declining and accepting invitations, have a go at the activities below, or, take a look at our Learn English website - there are links on the side of this page.

"It’s my birthday next week and I was wondering if you’d like to come round to my house - we’re having a party."

"Oh no, I’m sorry, I think I’ve got something on."

Activity 2: In the podcast, Jack and Rich used some of the language of invitations. In this activity, put the words in the sentences to complete them correctly.
Can you complete the sentences?

Some more phrases for accepting and declining invitations:

Inviting
Accepting Invitations
Declining Invitations
Would you like to.....?
That sounds great.
I think I've got something on.
Do you fancy (verb + ing)....?
Sure.
I'm sorry, I can't.
Are you up for......?
Sounds like a plan to me.
That's very kind of you, but.....
I was wondering if you'd like to...
I'd love to.
I'd love to, but.....
How about (verb + ing).....?
That's very nice of you. Thanks. I'm afraid I have to....

 

If the listening was a bit difficult, you can listen again and read the transcript at the same time.
Listen to the podcast and read at the same time.

Jack: Hello my name’s Jack and welcome to this week’s Premier Skills English podcast.

Rich: Hi everyone. I’m Rich and every week we talk about football and help you with your English.

Jack: This week, we’re going to talk about Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy, who broke a goal scoring record this weekend.

Rich: And the language focus is on invitations and the phrases we use to invite people to different events like parties or meals and we’ll look at how to say yes (accept) or no (decline) these invitations.

Jack: Rich will make another Premier League prediction. And, of course, you have another chance to win a Samsung Galaxy tablet in our ‘What’s my Team?’ competition.

Rich: What was the answer to last week’s riddle Jack?

Jack: Ah, yes. Last week it was Chris... his favourite Premier League team is Sunderland.

Rich: We had lots of correct entries so congratulations to everybody who got it right. I think this one was really interesting because Chris spoke about the history of the city, when he spoke about the coal mining industry.

Jack: And he also spoke about the Geordies, who are Sunderland’s local rivals - the Geordie accent and vocabulary is very interesting and we have a lesson all about it on the website. I’ve put a link to it on the side of this page if you’d like to take a look later.

Rich: I saw that Sadulla from Uzbekistan mentioned some Geordie vocabulary in the comments section, but I guess most people got the right answer when Chris said the Stadium of Light because that’s the name of Sunderland’s stadium. Maybe it will be more difficult this week!

Jack: Right, anyway, who is this week’s winner?

Rich: We have selected a winner at random from the correct answers and the tenth winner of the What’s my team? competition is Tokomoney a Manchester City fan from Georgia. Congratulations Tokomoney, we’ll be in contact with you this week.

Jack: Well done Tokomoney! Later on in the podcast, you can listen to this week’s What’s my team riddle.

Rich: Last week we spoke about who we thought was the best Premier League striker of the last 10 years.

Jack: And we had lots of comments from you. Many of you agreed and lots of you disagreed and it was great to see so many of you using different phrases from the podcast to agree and disagree.

Rich: Yes, lots of you wrote to us to ask us why we hadn’t mentioned ex-Chelsea striker  Didier Drogba.

Jack: Aragorn1986 and Okhilleus7 from Montenegro, MilanSteva from Serbia, Bear28 from Georgia, Michelterzikhan from Armenia all think Didier Drogba is the best Premier League striker of the last 10 years.

Rich: Quite a few of you, including Kortomalteze from Serbia, grigor25 from Armenia and HakanUslu1881 from Turkey went for Arsenal’s Thierry Henry, although, apart from a brief return on loan, he hasn’t played in the Premier League since 2007.

Jack: Dan4UK from Ukraine went for Liverpool’s Luis Suarez and Mahirsijamija from Bosnia, another Liverpool fan, went for Robbie Fowler while Quoc Thanh from Vietnam, SalvaGH from Spain, Nyinyi from Myanmar, Prsn from Uzbekistan and Irma Verulashvilii and David MVP from Georgia chose ex-Manchester Utd and Arsenal striker Robin van Persie.

Rich: But more than half of you agreed with Jack and said that Wayne Rooney has been the best Premier League striker in the last 10 years.

Jack: This phrase ‘go for’ is a useful phrase to learn. Like when you said  Grigor25 from Armenia went for Thierry Henry.

Rich: To go for something means to choose something or in this case someone.

Jack: So... Who’s the best player in the Premier League this season?

Rich: I’d have to go for Jamie Vardy.

Jack: And best manager?

Rich: I’d go for Leicester again and choose Claudio Ranieri - he’s been brilliant. And we’re going to speak a bit more about Vardy and Ranieri in the next section.

Jack: What’s been happening in the Premier League this week, Rich?

Rich: Manchester City went back to the top of the table, Spurs are now unbeaten in 13 Premier League matches - a Premier League record for the team from North London, and there are only 6 points between the top 6 clubs at the top of the table.

Jack: But the big Premier League news this weekend was of course, Jamie Vardy. The Leicester striker broke the Premier League record for scoring in consecutive matches and has now scored in 11 games in a row.

Rich: He scored the opening goal in a 1-1 draw against Manchester Utd. I think it is an outstanding achievement, especially because he’s not playing for one of the bigger teams.

Jack: And on a personal level it’s also a remarkable achievement because a few seasons ago he was playing non-league football and earning just £30 a week.

Rich: You can read more about Jamie Vardy in our player of the week article - I’ve put a link on the side of this page.

Jack: And thousands of fans went on social media to congratulate the striker. And many started using the Twitter hashtag JamieVardy’sParty.

Rich: But one person who is not too happy is Vardy’s boss Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri. When asked if he had been invited to Jamie Vardy’s party he joked that nobody had invited him to the ‘Vardy Party’.

Jack: The Leicester manager also joked that all the Leicester players had to come for extra training the day after the party as a punishment for not inviting their manager!

Rich: It’s a pity because Ranieri could have brought pizza!

Jack: That’s true - he’s been running a pizza incentive plan this season for all his players.

Rich: An incentive is something that encourages people to do something and Ranieri has said that he will buy pizza for all the players, every time the team keeps a clean sheet  - a clean sheet is the phrase we use when a team doesn’t concede any goals.

Jack: Pizza as an incentive, eh? Everybody loves pizza. I guess they’re not too happy though, they’ve only kept two clean sheets all season.

Rich: All this talk about parties and invitations reminds me Jack. It’s my birthday next week and I was wondering if you’d like to come round to my house - we’re having a party.

Jack: That sounds great. I’d love to come. When is it?

Rich: Saturday from about eight.

Jack: Saturday?? Oh no, I’m sorry, I think I’ve got something on. I’ll have to get back to you about it. If I can’t, do you fancy going out for something to eat on Sunday?

Rich: Sure. We’ll have to do it early, I need to get back to watch the match. Liverpool are playing Newcastle at four.

Jack: We could watch the match after? Are you up for it?

Rich: Sounds like a plan to me.

Jack: You may have noticed we used some expressions for invitations and to accept or decline invitations, that is to say yes or no to the invitation.

Rich: An invitation is a request to somebody to do something and can be written or spoken and informal or formal. The ones you heard us use were informal spoken invitations. I used the phrase, ‘I was wondering if you’d like…..’ and Jack used ‘Do you fancy….’

Jack: And to accept or to say yes to an invitation we can use phrases like, ‘I’d love to’, ‘That sounds great’, ‘Sure’, ‘Sounds like a plan to me’.

Rich: And to decline or to say no to an invitation we’re usually less direct and may say phrases like, ‘I think I have something else on’ which means ‘I’m doing something else’ and we nearly always apologise by saying ‘sorry’ or ‘I’m afraid…’.

Jack: We’ve put some activities below to help you with these and a couple of links to LearnEnglish. There’s a nice video about how to decline an invitation and in the grammar section, there are some activities on modal verbs that can help you with this topic.

Rich: Right, I think it’s time for this week’s competition: ‘What’s my Team?’

Jack: Here is what you have to do. Listen to a Premier League fan, who will talk about their favourite team and then write the name of the team  in the comments section on the Premier Skills English website.

Rich: And for each of the 20 podcast competitions the lucky winner will receive a fantastic Samsung Galaxy Tablet. We wish you the best of luck!

Jack: Right, so this week, our Premier League fan is Alison. Listen to Alison's riddle and try to work out what’s her team?

Alison: We’ve just been promoted this season and I hope we’re going to stay in the PL for a long time. We’re known as the Canaries and that’s why we play in yellow. At every home match we sing ‘On the Ball City’ which is the oldest football song in the world.

Rich: ’On the Ball City.’ It’s not as good as ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’.

Jack: Right, it’s time for your Premier League prediction.

Rich: Before you say anything, I know I got it wrong again last week.

Jack: Yes, I have noticed a pattern developing.

Rich: This week I’m going to make a prediction about my team Liverpool, who are away to Newcastle on Sunday. Liverpool’s season seems to be improving and they are now only 6 points from the top of the table in sixth place. Newcastle are having an awful season and lost 5-1 to Palace in their last game and 3-0 to Leicester in their last home match. Newcastle’s St. James’ Park is usually a difficult place to go to but I’m going to predict a convincing win for the Reds. Final score: Newcastle Utd 1-3 Liverpool

Jack: You really shouldn’t predict a Liverpool win, not with your predictions skills!

Rich: I know, I know.

Jack: That’s it for today - we’ve run out of time! Thanks for listening. And don’t forget to write your answers to the competition, your predictions and any questions you have about the website or football English in the comments below.

Rich: Don’t forget if you sign in, you can score points to see if you can get your club, your country and your name to the top of our leaderboard.

Jack:  Bye for now and enjoy your football.

The answer to last week's 'What's my Team?' competition was Sunderland. Congratulations Tokomoney from Georgia! Your prize is on its way!

The answer to last week's 'What's my Team?' competition was Sunderland. Congratulations to Tokomoney from Georgia! Your prize is on its way!

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What do you think?

Is Jamie Vardy the best player in the Premier League at the moment?
Should Claudio Ranieri be invited to Jamie Vardy's party?
Have you ever had to decline an invitation?
If you are invited to someone's house, what do you normally take with you?

Rich predicts that Liverpool will beat Newcastle Utd 3-1 this weekend. Do you agree?
 

Remember to write your competition answers in the comments section below. Good luck!

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MUGEMANYI's picture
MUGEMANYI
03/12/2015
RW
2320
points

Who do you see as best player in EPL at the moment? For me he's the best.


MUGEMANYI's picture
MUGEMANYI
03/12/2015 14:14
Rwanda
Arsenal
2320

Who do you see as best player in EPL at the moment? For me he's the best.

Abdulrahman
02/12/2015
SA
26
points

Alison's team is: Norwich City F.C.


Abdulrahman
02/12/2015 17:30
Saudi Arabia
Chelsea
26

Alison's team is: Norwich City F.C.

Natka
02/12/2015
RU
279
points

The answer to What's my team competition is Norwich City


Natka
02/12/2015 15:16
Russia
Chelsea
279

The answer to What's my team competition is Norwich City

ferhat.dxer's picture
ferhat.dxer
02/12/2015
DZ
26
points

THE ANSWER IS THAT Norwich City F.C.


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ferhat.dxer
02/12/2015 13:08
Algeria
Arsenal
26

THE ANSWER IS THAT Norwich City F.C.

LilitGh
02/12/2015
AM
42
points

Norwich City F.C.


LilitGh
02/12/2015 13:02
Armenia
Manchester City
42

Norwich City F.C.

elghoul's picture
elghoul
02/12/2015
DZ
3988
points

The favourite club of this week is Norwich City.
Yes he is at this step of the Premier League.
No, because the manager is not usually invited for player's parties in England.
Some fruits or drinks are usually taken by invitees in Algeria and even gifts when it is a wedding.


elghoul's picture
elghoul
02/12/2015 12:08
Algeria
Manchester City
3988

The favourite club of this week is Norwich City.
Yes he is at this step of the Premier League.
No, because the manager is not usually invited for player's parties in England.
Some fruits or drinks are usually taken by invitees in Algeria and even gifts when it is a wedding.

aragorn1986's picture
aragorn1986
02/12/2015
ME
3557
points

True Nikosonris. A narrow escape for Newcastle last year but also for Aston Villa. Seems like it is the same thing this year. It would be really bad if they are relegated. After all Villa is the only club that was playing only in the 1st league(whether it is called BPL or not). Reds also had disappointing last season but it takes time to build champions so I doubt they will easily win three points in Newcastle. Possible but not easy..


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aragorn1986
02/12/2015 11:40
Montenegro
Arsenal
3557

True Nikosonris. A narrow escape for Newcastle last year but also for Aston Villa. Seems like it is the same thing this year. It would be really bad if they are relegated. After all Villa is the only club that was playing only in the 1st league(whether it is called BPL or not). Reds also had disappointing last season but it takes time to build champions so I doubt they will easily win three points in Newcastle. Possible but not easy..

nikosonris
02/12/2015
UA
2453
points

Both Aston Villa and Newcastle are the teams with a long history and huge football heritage, and we should give credit for that. But because of their current poor performance, low commitment and so much criticised ineffective management, they are again under the treat of being relegated. The reason I went for a 3-0 win for Liverpool is that the Reds are consistently improving under the reign of Jurgen Klopp and will definitely have many goal-scoring opportunities with Daniel Sturridge and Philippe Coutihno having recovered from their injuries and such a porous defence Newcastle has at the moment. On the flip side, I would be glad if Newcastle could surprise me this weekend - 'Howay the lads')


nikosonris
02/12/2015 15:06
Ukraine
Arsenal
2453

Both Aston Villa and Newcastle are the teams with a long history and huge football heritage, and we should give credit for that. But because of their current poor performance, low commitment and so much criticised ineffective management, they are again under the treat of being relegated. The reason I went for a 3-0 win for Liverpool is that the Reds are consistently improving under the reign of Jurgen Klopp and will definitely have many goal-scoring opportunities with Daniel Sturridge and Philippe Coutihno having recovered from their injuries and such a porous defence Newcastle has at the moment. On the flip side, I would be glad if Newcastle could surprise me this weekend - 'Howay the lads')

Shefeek
02/12/2015
IN
1608
points

Norwich city


Shefeek
02/12/2015 11:22
India
Manchester United
1608

Norwich city

burazer's picture
burazer
02/12/2015
RS
64
points

The answer is the Norwich City F.C.


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burazer
02/12/2015 11:08
Serbia
Manchester United
64

The answer is the Norwich City F.C.

AleksandarR
02/12/2015
ME
518
points

1. At the moment YES, but he is not on the Aguero's level who is probably the best.
2. No, players would not feel free to drink in front of him :)
3. Yes, unfortunately.
4. It is usually a bottle of vine or something.


AleksandarR
02/12/2015 08:47
Montenegro
Manchester United
518

1. At the moment YES, but he is not on the Aguero's level who is probably the best.
2. No, players would not feel free to drink in front of him :)
3. Yes, unfortunately.
4. It is usually a bottle of vine or something.

AleksandarR
02/12/2015
ME
518
points

I think it will be Newcaslte 2-1 Liverpool
Newcaslte have a great team and it is time for them to wake up.


AleksandarR
02/12/2015 08:40
Montenegro
Manchester United
518

I think it will be Newcaslte 2-1 Liverpool
Newcaslte have a great team and it is time for them to wake up.

AleksandarR
02/12/2015
ME
518
points

Alison's favorite team is Norwich City F.C.


AleksandarR
02/12/2015 08:37
Montenegro
Manchester United
518

Alison's favorite team is Norwich City F.C.

SAFWAN20000
02/12/2015
SA
214
points

Newcastle Utd 2-0 Liverpool


SAFWAN20000
02/12/2015 05:32
Saudi Arabia
Chelsea
214

Newcastle Utd 2-0 Liverpool

SAFWAN20000
02/12/2015
SA
214
points

Alison's team is Norwich City Club


SAFWAN20000
02/12/2015 05:18
Saudi Arabia
Chelsea
214

Alison's team is Norwich City Club

Mountainson's picture
Mountainson
02/12/2015
EG
18
points

Norwich City
Liver pool 5:0


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Mountainson
02/12/2015 00:30
Egypt
Manchester City
18

Norwich City
Liver pool 5:0

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halola1999
02/12/2015
EG
19
points

Liver pool will score 2 goals and will stay with a clean sheet.


halola1999's picture
halola1999
02/12/2015 00:27
Egypt
Arsenal
19

Liver pool will score 2 goals and will stay with a clean sheet.

halola1999's picture
halola1999
02/12/2015
EG
19
points

Norwich City F.C.


halola1999's picture
halola1999
02/12/2015 00:13
Egypt
Arsenal
19

Norwich City F.C.

salwaelzeny's picture
salwaelzeny
01/12/2015
EG
71
points

Alison's favourite team is ( Norwich City F.C )


salwaelzeny's picture
salwaelzeny
01/12/2015 23:45
Egypt
Manchester United
71

Alison's favourite team is ( Norwich City F.C )

sanjaned's picture
sanjaned
01/12/2015
RS
35
points

Alison's favourite team is Norwich City F.C.


sanjaned's picture
sanjaned
01/12/2015 22:55
Serbia
Manchester United
35

Alison's favourite team is Norwich City F.C.

SalvaGH
01/12/2015
ES
841
points

I agree with Rich in the fact that Liverpool will win. But I am going to predict that the final score will be Newcastle 1-2 Liverpool.


SalvaGH
01/12/2015 22:50
Spain
Manchester City
841

I agree with Rich in the fact that Liverpool will win. But I am going to predict that the final score will be Newcastle 1-2 Liverpool.

SalvaGH
01/12/2015
ES
841
points

For me Jamie Vardy has become one of the best players in the world and this summer he will probably sign for a top team.


SalvaGH
01/12/2015 22:47
Spain
Manchester City
841

For me Jamie Vardy has become one of the best players in the world and this summer he will probably sign for a top team.

Rich's picture
Rich
08/12/2015
ES
594
points

He might move next summer but I think the top teams will be looking more at Riyad Mahrez - he's having an amazing season.


Rich's picture
Rich
08/12/2015 14:44
Spain
Liverpool
594

He might move next summer but I think the top teams will be looking more at Riyad Mahrez - he's having an amazing season.

MUGEMANYI's picture
MUGEMANYI
03/12/2015
RW
2320
points

It can be awesome to see him in Gunners.


MUGEMANYI's picture
MUGEMANYI
03/12/2015 14:15
Rwanda
Arsenal
2320

It can be awesome to see him in Gunners.

SalvaGH
01/12/2015
ES
841
points

Norwich City Football Club.


SalvaGH
01/12/2015 22:45
Spain
Manchester City
841

Norwich City Football Club.

Khunda's picture
Khunda
01/12/2015
GE
54
points

Team of Alison is Norwich City F.C.


Khunda's picture
Khunda
01/12/2015 20:14
Georgia
Chelsea
54

Team of Alison is Norwich City F.C.

MUGEMANYI's picture
MUGEMANYI
01/12/2015
RW
2320
points

Congratulations Tokomoney, you're lucky!


MUGEMANYI's picture
MUGEMANYI
01/12/2015 19:36
Rwanda
Arsenal
2320

Congratulations Tokomoney, you're lucky!

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Deyanet
01/12/2015
AZ
24
points

1. Wayne Rooney is the best.
2. Yes. There should be a warm relation between colleagues.
3. Yes. I often did. Because I am a bit shy and do not like crowd. But an invitation which doesn't require more people sounds great.
4. For someone's house, firstly I need to know the person. If is familiar then I would take something to drink or eat. If it is unknown then I wold be in a hard situation what to take.

I think the score will be like that:
Liverpool 1-2 Newcastle United


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Deyanet
01/12/2015 19:15
Azerbaijan
Manchester United
24

1. Wayne Rooney is the best.
2. Yes. There should be a warm relation between colleagues.
3. Yes. I often did. Because I am a bit shy and do not like crowd. But an invitation which doesn't require more people sounds great.
4. For someone's house, firstly I need to know the person. If is familiar then I would take something to drink or eat. If it is unknown then I wold be in a hard situation what to take.

I think the score will be like that:
Liverpool 1-2 Newcastle United

Deyanet's picture
Deyanet
01/12/2015
AZ
24
points

Hello . Pity I was wrong. Man Unt made a draw.


Deyanet's picture
Deyanet
01/12/2015 18:53
Azerbaijan
Manchester United
24

Hello . Pity I was wrong. Man Unt made a draw.

Gerdo
01/12/2015
IT
79
points

Norwich City


Gerdo
01/12/2015 17:32
Italy
Manchester City
79

Norwich City

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michelterzikhan
01/12/2015
AM
615
points

Exactly Rich, The reds will have a convincing win against the Magpies on Sunday.
However, I will go for a 3-0 win.


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michelterzikhan
01/12/2015 17:12
Armenia
Chelsea
615

Exactly Rich, The reds will have a convincing win against the Magpies on Sunday.
However, I will go for a 3-0 win.

MUGEMANYI's picture
MUGEMANYI
01/12/2015
RW
2320
points

Liverpool win at 2-0 scores


MUGEMANYI's picture
MUGEMANYI
01/12/2015 19:46
Rwanda
Arsenal
2320

Liverpool win at 2-0 scores

michelterzikhan's picture
michelterzikhan
01/12/2015
AM
615
points

I would like to thank Alison for such an uncomplicated riddle, obviously Norwich City F.C. are the canaries..and they have had a good result against Arsenal last week, right Jack !


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michelterzikhan
01/12/2015 17:03
Armenia
Chelsea
615

I would like to thank Alison for such an uncomplicated riddle, obviously Norwich City F.C. are the canaries..and they have had a good result against Arsenal last week, right Jack !

admin's picture
admin
08/12/2015
GB
560
points

Arsenal have been playing well so to hold them to a draw is a good result for the Canaries. There's always a good atmosphere at Carrow Road.


admin's picture
admin
08/12/2015 13:26
United Kingdom
Arsenal
560

Arsenal have been playing well so to hold them to a draw is a good result for the Canaries. There's always a good atmosphere at Carrow Road.

Ruslanjon
01/12/2015
UZ
1079
points

I totally agree that Vardy is the best stirker of EPL at the moment.
In my country,if you are invited to someone's house,you should take with you a cake or sweets,some kind of toys for the children of host.
I guess Liverpool will beat Newcastle by 2-1


Ruslanjon
01/12/2015 17:02
Uzbekistan
Manchester United
1079

I totally agree that Vardy is the best stirker of EPL at the moment.
In my country,if you are invited to someone's house,you should take with you a cake or sweets,some kind of toys for the children of host.
I guess Liverpool will beat Newcastle by 2-1

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tokomoney
01/12/2015
GE
352
points

Sure. Jamie Verdy is the best striker in the Premier League at the moment.


tokomoney's picture
tokomoney
01/12/2015 16:58
Georgia
Manchester City
352

Sure. Jamie Verdy is the best striker in the Premier League at the moment.

MUGEMANYI's picture
MUGEMANYI
01/12/2015
RW
2320
points

Indeed,Tokomoney


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MUGEMANYI
01/12/2015 19:48
Rwanda
Arsenal
2320

Indeed,Tokomoney

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tokomoney
02/12/2015
GE
352
points

thank's man : ))


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tokomoney
02/12/2015 10:10
Georgia
Manchester City
352

thank's man : ))

Ruslanjon
01/12/2015
UZ
1079
points

My asnwer to the competition is Norwich City


Ruslanjon
01/12/2015 16:55
Uzbekistan
Manchester United
1079

My asnwer to the competition is Norwich City

tokomoney's picture
tokomoney
01/12/2015
GE
352
points

Newcastle Utd 0:3 Liverpool


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tokomoney
01/12/2015 16:47
Georgia
Manchester City
352

Newcastle Utd 0:3 Liverpool

heaton555
01/12/2015
AM
41
points

hi all,,,,I think Alisson's favourite team is Norwich City,,,i disagree with you,,i think the best player of EPL at the moment is Kevin de Bruyne,,,as i think he does for his team much more,,than Vardy,,,as Vardy just ends attacks of his team,,,but Kevinb starts all,,end ends himself too,,,yes there were some occasions,,that i had to decline invitations,,,and If somebody invites me to his house i usually take wine and chocolate with me !,,,I think that final score of the match will be Liverpool2-0Newcastle


heaton555
01/12/2015 16:45
Armenia
Liverpool
41

hi all,,,,I think Alisson's favourite team is Norwich City,,,i disagree with you,,i think the best player of EPL at the moment is Kevin de Bruyne,,,as i think he does for his team much more,,than Vardy,,,as Vardy just ends attacks of his team,,,but Kevinb starts all,,end ends himself too,,,yes there were some occasions,,that i had to decline invitations,,,and If somebody invites me to his house i usually take wine and chocolate with me !,,,I think that final score of the match will be Liverpool2-0Newcastle

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tokomoney
01/12/2015
GE
352
points

ALISON'S TEAM NAME IS "NORWICH CITY"


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tokomoney
01/12/2015 15:56
Georgia
Manchester City
352

ALISON'S TEAM NAME IS "NORWICH CITY"

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Rema
08/12/2015
RS
538
points

Congratulations Tokomoney :)


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Rema
08/12/2015 13:27
Serbia
West Ham United
538

Congratulations Tokomoney :)

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tokomoney
01/12/2015
GE
352
points

thank you very much : ))


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tokomoney
01/12/2015 15:27
Georgia
Manchester City
352

thank you very much : ))

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MUGEMANYI
01/12/2015
RW
2320
points

Congratulations again


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MUGEMANYI
01/12/2015 19:38
Rwanda
Arsenal
2320

Congratulations again

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aragorn1986
01/12/2015
ME
3557
points

I think it will be a draw. It's never easy to beat N'castle on St. James Park.


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aragorn1986
01/12/2015 15:26
Montenegro
Arsenal
3557

I think it will be a draw. It's never easy to beat N'castle on St. James Park.

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admin
08/12/2015
GB
560
points

You were right about it not being easy!


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admin
08/12/2015 13:22
United Kingdom
Arsenal
560

You were right about it not being easy!

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aragorn1986
01/12/2015
ME
3557
points

Normally I take a glass of wine and a chocolate. And if I need to buy some present I usually buy some good book, because I really enjoy giving books as a present.


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aragorn1986
01/12/2015 15:21
Montenegro
Arsenal
3557

Normally I take a glass of wine and a chocolate. And if I need to buy some present I usually buy some good book, because I really enjoy giving books as a present.

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aragorn1986
01/12/2015
ME
3557
points

I had to decline an invitation a few times because I couldn't delay the job though I wanted to go.


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aragorn1986
01/12/2015 15:18
Montenegro
Arsenal
3557

I had to decline an invitation a few times because I couldn't delay the job though I wanted to go.

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aragorn1986
01/12/2015
ME
3557
points

Perhaps Vardy is superstitious and doesn't want to break a winning streak:-) I suppose that's the reason why he didn't invite Ranieri. After all his place is on the bench.


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aragorn1986
01/12/2015 15:15
Montenegro
Arsenal
3557

Perhaps Vardy is superstitious and doesn't want to break a winning streak:-) I suppose that's the reason why he didn't invite Ranieri. After all his place is on the bench.

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