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Sergio Aguero was one of two City players to see red last weekend.

Seeing Red 16/17 ep.18

Seeing Red 16/17 ep.18

In this week's Premier Skills English podcast, Rich and Jack talk about the latest from the Premier League and a bad-tempered match between Manchester City and Chelsea. The language focus this week is on words and phrases that we use to show that we are angry. We also have a new football phrase for you to guess and a Premier League prediction for you to make. Enjoy!

How much did you understand?

Vocabulary

In the podcast, Rich and Jack used some words and phrases that might be new for you. You can see two examples here: 

Tottenham thrashed Swansea City 5-0.

Liverpool lost ground at the top of the table.

There were a few more tricky words in the podcast. Can you remember all of them? Try the activity below, then, listen to the podcast again to hear how we used the words in context. This can really help with understanding.

Activity 1: In this activity, have a look at the vocabulary and try to match it to the correct definition.
Can you match the words to their definitions?

Manchester City against Chelsea was a bad-tempered match.

Words - Getting Angry

In the podcast, we looked at lots of words that are used to show that you are angry. Here are a couple of examples from the podcast:

Chelsea came out on top in a bad-tempered match with Manchester City.

When I'm grumpy, I complain a lot about small things.

Bad-tempered means to become angry easily. This could describe a person (the mood that he or she is in) or an event; a football match that is bad-tempered will have lots of fouls and bad tackles.

Grumpy also means to become angry easily but also someone who complains a lot. This time grumpy can only be used to describe a person. You can be grumpy but a football match can't be grumpy.

We often use different words to describe how angry we are. We might only be a little bit angry or we might be very, very angry. Take a look at these adjectives and the level of anger from a little to a lot:

irritated > cross > annoyed > furious > livid

Language - Extreme Adjectives and Gradable Adjectives

Some adjectives are gradable which means that you can change how strong they are by using 'very' or 'a bit'.

I get a bit irritated when someone stands in front of me at a football match.

I get very cross when nobody helps an old person in the street.

Extreme adjectives are not gradable. The only adverbs you can use are ones like: 'really', 'completely' and 'absolutely'.

I was absolutely livid when the other team scored a last-minute goal.

I was absolutely furious with the referee when he gave my favourite player a red card.

In this activity, take a look at the sentences and decide if you should use a gradable adjective or an extreme adjective.

Activity 2: In this activity, decide if you should which word you should use with gradable and extreme adjectives.
Can you choose the right word?

Bournemouth beat Liverpool for the first time in their history last weekend.

Phrases - Getting Angry

In the podcast, we looked at some phrases that are used to show that you are angry. Here are a couple of examples from the podcast:

Players from both teams had to be separated when things boiled over.

Sergio Aguero saw red in more ways than one last weekend.

There are lots of idioms that are connected to being angry. To boil over means for a discussion to get out of control or to get too much. This can result in a discussion or a protest turning into violence. To see red means to get really angry and to lose control which can again mean being violent or just shouting and screaming a lot.

In this activity, take a look at the different idioms and choose the correct word to complete each sentence.

Activity 3: In this activity, take a look at some of the idioms connected to getting angry and choose the correct word to complete each one.
Can you choose the right word?

Alexis scored a hat-trick against West Ham and he's our Player of the Week.

Transcript

If the listening was a little difficult, then listen again and read at the same time
Is it easier to listen and read?

Welcome to the Premier Skills English Podcast

Rich: Hello my name’s Rich

Jack: and I’m Jack
 
Rich: and welcome to this week’s Premier Skills English podcast
 
Jack: Where we talk about football and help you with your English.
 
Jack: What have we got going on this week Rich?
 
Rich: In this week’s show, we’re going to talk about all the latest news from last weekend’s Premier League football and we’re going to take a look at some vocabulary you can use to talk about getting angry.
 
Jack: We also have a new football phrase for you to guess and a Premier League prediction for you to make - our Premier League prediction league is getting really close!

Latest news

Jack: Let’s start with the Premier League headlines this week.

 
Rich: Chelsea come out on top in a bad-tempered match with City.
 
Jack: Chelsea stayed top of the Premier League after a fantastic 3-1 away win at Manchester City. Diego Costa, Willian and Eden Hazard got the goals for Chelsea. City had Sergio Aguero and Fernandinho sent off in injury time.
 
Rich: London rivals Arsenal and Spurs both hit five.
 
Jack: Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez hit a hat-trick as Arsenal beat West Ham 5-1 and Harry Kane scored twice as Tottenham thrashed Swansea 5-0.
 
Rich: Bournemouth battle back to beat Liverpool.
 
Jack: Liverpool lost ground at the top of the table as they lost to a brilliant Bournemouth team. Liverpool went 2-0 and 3-1 ahead but Bournemouth battled back both times and won the game 4-3 with the winning goal arriving in the fourth minute of injury time.

Player of the Week

Jack: Some great performances last week. Bournemouth’s Ryan Fraser came on as substitute and won a penalty, scored a goal and got an assist, Christian Benteke scored twice to help Palace to their first win in eight Premier League matches
and Eden Hazard had a great game for Chelsea.
 
Rich: But our player of the week this week scored a fantastic hat-trick last weekend and it’s Arsenal’s ……... Alexis Sanchez!
 
Jack: Great choice! He’s just amazing at the moment. Sanchez and Mesut Ozil are keeping Arsenal up near the top. We’ve got to keep them fit!

Language Focus: Vocabulary - Getting Angry

Rich: Earlier we said the City - Chelsea match was bad-tempered. What does this mean?

Jack: Bad-tempered means to get easily annoyed or angry. So, in a bad-tempered match you will see bad tackles, lots of fouls, yellow cards and probably red cards, too.
 
Rich: Yes, in the City-Chelsea match there were two sendings off in the last minute and both clubs have been charged with failing to control their players.
 
Jack: Fernandinho will be banned for three matches and Sergio Aguero for four matches after his bad tackle on David Luiz. He gets an extra match ban or sometimes we say suspension because he was also sent off earlier in the season.
 
Rich: Not very good news for City or millions of Fantasy Premier League managers!
 
Jack: And it wasn’t the only Premier League match where the players were getting hot under the collar this weekend. West Brom and Watford have also been charged with failing to control their players.
 
Rich: Yeah, Watford had a player sent off in that one and players from both teams had to be separated when things boiled over!
 
Sting
 
Jack: Let’s look at some of the vocabulary from this section, Rich. So, we have the word bad-tempered. Bad-tempered means to be angry.
 
Rich: We often say that we lose our temper which means to be in a bad mood or become angry. You can say it was a bad-tempered match or I was feeling bad-tempered - I was in an angry mood. I’m often bad-tempered in the morning.
 
Jack: There are lots of words to describe being angry. When Rich said he was bad-tempered in the morning he probably means grumpy. Grumpy is used to show you are in a bad mood, you probably don’t shout and scream, do you Rich?
 
Rich: Grumpy is a great word and no I don’t shout and scream but it’s true I’m often grumpy in the morning. When I’m grumpy I complain a lot; I always find some small problems. My coffee's cold, I can’t find the toothpaste and I can never find two socks that match.
 
Jack: That’s one word that is similar to angry, now we’re going to give you a few more words that you can use to show how angry you are. The words we’re going to look at first are irritated, cross, annoyed, furious and livid.
 
Rich: Sometimes we are just a little bit angry and sometimes we’re very, very angry and in English we have lots of words to show how angry someone is.
 
Jack: Let’s start with a little bit angry. If you are a little bit angry you might be irritated.
 
Rich: I get irritated when the bus is late or when someone stands in front of me when I’m trying to watch the match.
 
Jack: Oh yes that is very irritating. Can you see the difference there? Rich is irritated when the bus is late. The bus arriving late is irritating. The adjective finishes in -ed when it describes how you feel but it finishes in -ing when it describes the thing that makes you feel that way.
 
Rich: Going back to the meaning…. irritated means a little bit angry, then we can get more angry by using the next word ‘cross’. Cross is a little stronger than irritated and we can put some adjectives in order to show how strong they are. Let’s look at those synonyms of angry again.
 
Jack: Irritated is the weakest then we have cross and then annoyed. After annoyed we have furious and then we have livid. Each word is stronger than the next so irritated means just angry a little bit and livid means really, really angry.
 
Rich: Cross and annoyed are probably the closest in meaning to angry. Cross is a little bit less powerful. I am cross when I see people not helping old people in the street but I’m not angry - I’m not going to go over and hit them in the face.
 
Jack: No, I hope not. That would mean you are furious or livid but I still hope you wouldn’t hit anyone!
 
Rich: No, of course not - I do shout and scream sometimes when I am angry but, no, that would be too much. Let’s look at how we use these words some more.
 
Jack: When we use irritated, cross, annoyed and angry we can use the word ‘very’ to make them stronger or ‘a little’ to make them weaker. These types of adjectives are called gradable adjectives because we can change how strong they are.
 
Rich: But the other two adjectives ‘furious’ and ‘livid’ are called absolute adjectives - they already have the word ‘very’ in their meaning. Furious is stronger than very, very, very, very angry.
 
Jack: But if you want to make absolute adjectives even stronger there are a few useful adverbs you can use. These are really, completely and absolutely.
 
Rich: You can say I am absolutely furious or absolutely livid. I think livid is the strongest word you can use to talk about being angry so saying you’re absolutely livid is super strong.
 

Sting

Rich: There are also some interesting  phrases to talk about being angry. We’re going to look at three of them. ‘To get hot under the collar’, ‘to boil over’ and ‘to see red’.
 
Jack: Let’s start with to get hot under the collar. The collar is the top part of your shirt. The phrase means, of course, to get angry.
 
Rich: When you are angry you can imagine getting hot and feeling your collar because it feels tight.
 
Jack: The next phrase is to boil over - water boils at 100C and you can say arguments or anger boils over which means to erupt in anger - like a volcano.
 
Rich: Yes, anger definitely boiled over at the end of that City-Chelsea match. The last phrase is to see red. When someone sees red it means that they are furious and uncontrollable like a bull running at a red flag.
 
Jack: So we can say that Sergio Aguero saw red in more ways than one at the weekend!
 
Rich: Yes, maybe it would have been better if he had calmed down before that tackle and Fernandinho could have turned the other cheek before reacting.
 
Jack: Calm down and turn the other cheek. Two nice phrases to talk about reacting to anger. We look at these more in the explanations and activities on the podcast page on the website.
 
Rich: If you want to learn more about these words we’ve got some language learning activities to help you on the website page for this podcast.
 
Jack: And in our questions this week we want you to tell us what makes you angry. In the comments section tell us and try to use some of the vocabulary from this podcast.

Can you work out this week’s football phrase?

Rich: Have you got a football phrase for us this week?

Jack: Yes, I have, but first last week’s football phrase. The phrase was a stretcher. A stretcher is what the medical team use to take players off the pitch if they can’t walk. Last week Philippe Coutinho was taken off the pitch on a stretcher and he’s going to be out of action for a couple of months.
 
Rich: And it looks like Liverpool need him after the result at the weekend! Well done to Alex and Liubomyr from Ukraine and Kwesimanifest from Ghana. You got the right answer last week!
 
Rich: This week’s phrase.... Is it an easy one, Jack?
 
Jack: Not sure. The phrase is * ***-****** ******. This is a type of challenge when you use both of your feet and both feet are usually off the floor and over the ball when they make contact with the other player. The ***-****** ****** is a foul and the referee will often give a red card for this offence.
 
Rich: Yes, ***-****** ******* are dangerous. Players need to keep their cool and not do these types of tackle if they want to stay on the pitch.

Premier League Prediction

Rich: Last week’s prediction was the match between Manchester City and Chelsea. I thought City would win and Jack thought it would be a draw but well done to our listeners - you went for Chelsea so a point for you! You predicted the right result but not the score because most of you thought it would finish 2-1 to Chelsea.

Jack: It’s very close in our Prediction League. That takes our listeners level with you Rich but you’re still behind me. I’m top by one point! Which match are you speaking about this week, Rich?
 
Rich: This week’s big match sees Manchester Utd take on Spurs at Old Trafford. Spurs had a great 5-0 win last week but United have drawn their last four home matches in the Premier League. This is not what Manchester Utd fans are used to and Utd need a win to close the gap at the top of the table. But I can’t see them doing it and I think this match is going to finish in another draw. Final score: Manchester Utd 1-1 Tottenham
 
Jack: As an Arsenal fan I can never go with Spurs. I think Utd will win 2-0.
 
Rich: Right that’s all from us. Don’t forget to write your answers to our questions and make a guess at our football phrase in the comments below. And remember to take a look at our Fantasy Premier League page and join in the discussions!
 
Jack: Bye for now and enjoy your football.

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Premier League Prediction - Gameweek 15 - Man Utd v Spurs

In Gameweek 14, Chelsea beat Man City 3-1, and our listeners predicted the right result!  Well done to those of you who predicted the right result last week - let's see if you can do it again this week! Rich stays on 8 points and our listeners join him on 8 points but Jack stays in the lead on 9 points. Remember, it's one point for the correct result and two additional points for the correct score. The big match in Gameweek 15 is - Man Utd v Tottenham. Can you predict the right score?

  Gameweek 14 Total Points Man Utd v Tottenham
Jack 0 9 2-0
Rich 0 8 1-1
Podcast Listeners 1 8 ?

Make your prediction now!

What do you think?

In this week’s podcast, Jack and Rich spoke about the Manchester City - Chelsea match and introduced some words and phrases connected to getting angry.

  1. Did you watch the match? Did Chelsea deserve to win? What did you think about the tackles and red cards at the end of the game?

  2. What's the most bad-tempered match you've ever seen? What can a referee do to calm things down?

  3. Take a look at these sentences that Jack and Rich used in the podcast. Can you try to use the phrases in red in the comments section below?

  • I get a bit irritated when someone stands in front of me at a football match.

  • I was absolutely livid when the other team scored a last-minute goal.

  • I get very cross when nobody helps an old person in the street.

Remember to write your guess at this week's football phrase and the questions above in the comments section below.

If you want us to correct your English, just write 'correct me' at the beginning of your comment.

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hsn's picture
hsn
09/01/2021
TR
5522
points

1--------

2- It was a derby match between two rival teams of İstanbul (GS-FB), the most bad-tempered match I’ve ever seen. Before starting match the players of two teams came for stretching in the different parts of the pitch. Then they started arguing and shouting to each other. In the end there was five red card and bad-tempered match I didn.t enjoy it. What referee can do only smiles and try to calm things down.

3-
• I get irritated when my colleague came to my office to chat even I’m working on a project which have a close date deadline. Small talks such as gossip irritating .
 I always get absolutely livid when I accused of any financial damage or blamed for something I didn’t do or didn’t say or someone’s fault.
• I get very cross when someones behaves selfish to buy more than needed on hard time like pandemic.

PHRASES
• A famous politician got hot under the collar when inteview on TV turned to her/his private life.
• She boiled out and started to shout at the seller when she realised that she was deceived.
• He saw red when someone made mock of him.
• “A” trashed “B” in the election.The main reason was unrealistic promises of “B” as a result of this “B” lost the ground in race.

P.S.
I heard a best Japan proverb for grumpy people; "Please find a solution instead of complaining."


hsn's picture
hsn
09/01/2021 17:51
Turkey
Tottenham Hotspur
5522

1--------

2- It was a derby match between two rival teams of İstanbul (GS-FB), the most bad-tempered match I’ve ever seen. Before starting match the players of two teams came for stretching in the different parts of the pitch. Then they started arguing and shouting to each other. In the end there was five red card and bad-tempered match I didn.t enjoy it. What referee can do only smiles and try to calm things down.

3-
• I get irritated when my colleague came to my office to chat even I’m working on a project which have a close date deadline. Small talks such as gossip irritating .
 I always get absolutely livid when I accused of any financial damage or blamed for something I didn’t do or didn’t say or someone’s fault.
• I get very cross when someones behaves selfish to buy more than needed on hard time like pandemic.

PHRASES
• A famous politician got hot under the collar when inteview on TV turned to her/his private life.
• She boiled out and started to shout at the seller when she realised that she was deceived.
• He saw red when someone made mock of him.
• “A” trashed “B” in the election.The main reason was unrealistic promises of “B” as a result of this “B” lost the ground in race.

P.S.
I heard a best Japan proverb for grumpy people; "Please find a solution instead of complaining."

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mobeckham
16/05/2020
TR
6510
points

This week's football phrase is ( The slide tackle )


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mobeckham
16/05/2020 04:49
Turkey
Manchester United
6510

This week's football phrase is ( The slide tackle )

mobeckham's picture
mobeckham
16/05/2020
TR
6510
points

1. I get a bit irritated when someone takes the telly remote from me while watching a football game

2. I was absolutely livid when we lost the last Tournament in the final with my local team in Izmir

3. I get very cross when I wake up late for work and it continues as an annoying day


mobeckham's picture
mobeckham
16/05/2020 04:47
Turkey
Manchester United
6510

1. I get a bit irritated when someone takes the telly remote from me while watching a football game

2. I was absolutely livid when we lost the last Tournament in the final with my local team in Izmir

3. I get very cross when I wake up late for work and it continues as an annoying day

mobeckham's picture
mobeckham
16/05/2020
TR
6510
points

I watched the game and Chelsea derserved to win because they were lethal in their opponent's area. It's not about possession it's about precision
The tackles and red cards were because City players were bad-tempered and feeling compeletly furious from the loss


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mobeckham
16/05/2020 04:43
Turkey
Manchester United
6510

I watched the game and Chelsea derserved to win because they were lethal in their opponent's area. It's not about possession it's about precision
The tackles and red cards were because City players were bad-tempered and feeling compeletly furious from the loss

assemjuve's picture
assemjuve
24/12/2016
PS
3705
points

I hate when my team miss a lot of chances,that makes me livid,or when the team concede a last minute goal.


assemjuve's picture
assemjuve
24/12/2016 07:44
Palestinian Territory
Liverpool
3705

I hate when my team miss a lot of chances,that makes me livid,or when the team concede a last minute goal.

assemjuve's picture
assemjuve
24/12/2016
PS
3705
points

I think the match between Al-Ahli and Al-Zemalik was a bad tempered match.Players from out the pitch went to the pitch and the official could not control things so he left the pitch and after 10 minutes they continued the match.


assemjuve's picture
assemjuve
24/12/2016 07:43
Palestinian Territory
Liverpool
3705

I think the match between Al-Ahli and Al-Zemalik was a bad tempered match.Players from out the pitch went to the pitch and the official could not control things so he left the pitch and after 10 minutes they continued the match.

assemjuve's picture
assemjuve
24/12/2016
PS
3705
points

Yes i did,Yes they deserved,the tackles were the worst thing about the match.they made a bad tense between the players.


assemjuve's picture
assemjuve
24/12/2016 07:39
Palestinian Territory
Liverpool
3705

Yes i did,Yes they deserved,the tackles were the worst thing about the match.they made a bad tense between the players.

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kwesimanifest
12/12/2016
GH
4768
points

This week's phrase is the sliding tackle


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kwesimanifest
12/12/2016 10:27
Ghana
Manchester United
4768

This week's phrase is the sliding tackle

kwesimanifest's picture
kwesimanifest
12/12/2016
GH
4768
points

It was sad that the match had to end on such a bad note.

The players deserved their red cards and the bans.


kwesimanifest's picture
kwesimanifest
12/12/2016 10:24
Ghana
Manchester United
4768

It was sad that the match had to end on such a bad note.

The players deserved their red cards and the bans.

kwesimanifest's picture
kwesimanifest
12/12/2016
GH
4768
points

Chelsea deserved their win. City went to sleep after they scored but chelsea kept pressing harder.


kwesimanifest's picture
kwesimanifest
12/12/2016 10:22
Ghana
Manchester United
4768

Chelsea deserved their win. City went to sleep after they scored but chelsea kept pressing harder.

elghoul's picture
elghoul
11/12/2016
DZ
3988
points

1.I saw a little part of it on TV. Chelsea really deserve to win.
2.The MCA VS USMA match for the trophy of season 2015/2016 was very bad tempered and the referee hardly monitered it. The newly designed coach of USMA Mr Put was really outset as he put it in an interview.
3.I usually became a bit irritated when I saw wasting bread in the street.
I was absolutely livid when my car was stolen.
I get very cross when the bus doesn't stop at the station.
Football phrase : sole of football shoes ahead.


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elghoul
11/12/2016 11:28
Algeria
Manchester City
3988

1.I saw a little part of it on TV. Chelsea really deserve to win.
2.The MCA VS USMA match for the trophy of season 2015/2016 was very bad tempered and the referee hardly monitered it. The newly designed coach of USMA Mr Put was really outset as he put it in an interview.
3.I usually became a bit irritated when I saw wasting bread in the street.
I was absolutely livid when my car was stolen.
I get very cross when the bus doesn't stop at the station.
Football phrase : sole of football shoes ahead.

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M.s. Aboelsafa
09/12/2016
EG
738
points

I guess the phrase is tackling


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M.s. Aboelsafa
09/12/2016 07:53
Egypt
Arsenal
738

I guess the phrase is tackling

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
08/12/2016
UA
6278
points

This week’s phrase is "A ***-****** ******".


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
08/12/2016 16:06
Ukraine
Liverpool
6278

This week’s phrase is "A ***-****** ******".

admin's picture
admin
09/12/2016
GB
560
points

Well done Alex!


admin's picture
admin
09/12/2016 11:12
United Kingdom
Arsenal
560

Well done Alex!

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shobonenok
08/12/2016
RU
989
points

1. I feel disappointed when City's players don't stay cool when they can't win or equalize. 2 years ago it happened in the match against CSKA Moscow. City scored 1 but conceded 2 goals in the first half. However cityzens couldn't equalize in the second half, they got hot under the collar and both Yaya Toure and Fernandinho were sent off. As far as I've seen the same during the match against Chelsea - unfortunately I have to admit that Chelsea deserved to win. Once again I'm absolutely livid and hartbroken due to the loan of Joe Hart. In my point of view he is much better than Claudio Bravo.
2. It was a match between Portugal and the Netherlands or "The Battle of Nuremberg" in 2006. 16 yellow and 4 red cards were shown by russian referee Valentin Ivanov. It was really difficult to see that match because it was more rudeness and whistles than football. Referee firstly told players stop to commit fouls and then booked and sent them off.
3. I get a bit irritated when somebody wakes me up before my alarm clock rings.
I get absolutely livid when somebody sets me a meeting and informs me that he or she will not come when 10-15 minutes before meeting left.
My best friend got very cross yesterday when CSKA Moscow was defeated by Tottenham.


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shobonenok
08/12/2016 14:08
Russia
Manchester City
989

1. I feel disappointed when City's players don't stay cool when they can't win or equalize. 2 years ago it happened in the match against CSKA Moscow. City scored 1 but conceded 2 goals in the first half. However cityzens couldn't equalize in the second half, they got hot under the collar and both Yaya Toure and Fernandinho were sent off. As far as I've seen the same during the match against Chelsea - unfortunately I have to admit that Chelsea deserved to win. Once again I'm absolutely livid and hartbroken due to the loan of Joe Hart. In my point of view he is much better than Claudio Bravo.
2. It was a match between Portugal and the Netherlands or "The Battle of Nuremberg" in 2006. 16 yellow and 4 red cards were shown by russian referee Valentin Ivanov. It was really difficult to see that match because it was more rudeness and whistles than football. Referee firstly told players stop to commit fouls and then booked and sent them off.
3. I get a bit irritated when somebody wakes me up before my alarm clock rings.
I get absolutely livid when somebody sets me a meeting and informs me that he or she will not come when 10-15 minutes before meeting left.
My best friend got very cross yesterday when CSKA Moscow was defeated by Tottenham.

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Alex_from_Ukraine
07/12/2016
UA
6278
points

Look ! The coach has become absolutely livid after his striker missed the last chance to equalize.


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Alex_from_Ukraine
07/12/2016 21:44
Ukraine
Liverpool
6278

Look ! The coach has become absolutely livid after his striker missed the last chance to equalize.

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Rich
07/12/2016
ES
594
points

Nice use of all three phrases, Alex!


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Rich
07/12/2016 21:50
Spain
Liverpool
594

Nice use of all three phrases, Alex!

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
08/12/2016
UA
6278
points

Thank you, Rich, YNWA ! :-)


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Alex_from_Ukraine
08/12/2016 10:47
Ukraine
Liverpool
6278

Thank you, Rich, YNWA ! :-)

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
07/12/2016
UA
6278
points

People usually get very cross when they are cheated by con artists.


Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
07/12/2016 21:39
Ukraine
Liverpool
6278

People usually get very cross when they are cheated by con artists.

Alex_from_Ukraine's picture
Alex_from_Ukraine
07/12/2016
UA
6278
points

I can get a bit irritated if the opposite team plays foul.


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Alex_from_Ukraine
07/12/2016 21:37
Ukraine
Liverpool
6278

I can get a bit irritated if the opposite team plays foul.

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Liubomyr
07/12/2016
UA
4408
points

I think that the phrase is '* ***-****** ******'


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Liubomyr
07/12/2016 16:10
Ukraine
Watford
4408

I think that the phrase is '* ***-****** ******'

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Rich
07/12/2016
ES
594
points

Well done, Liubomyr! You're the first to get it this week. I thought it was quite tricky.

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team


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Rich
07/12/2016 21:49
Spain
Liverpool
594

Well done, Liubomyr! You're the first to get it this week. I thought it was quite tricky.

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team

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Average: 3 (1 vote)

Goals

Skills: Listening

Language: Words and phrases to show you are angry

Language: Football English