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Understanding Grammar: be/get used to

Understanding Grammar: be/get used to

In this week's Premier Skills English Podcast, Jack and Rich talk about things in the UK and the Premier League that are easy and difficult to get used to. The language focus is on how we use be used to and get used to to speak about things that were unfamiliar or unusual in the past. Your task this week is to imagine that you are moving to the UK to play Premier League football and the things you have to get used to. Don't forget to listen to the end of the podcast because we have a new football phrase for you to guess. Enjoy

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Opening - be/get used to

Jack: It’s raining again here.

Rich: You should be used to that by now. It always rains in England.  

Jack: Not always. But, I have to admit, at this time of year it does rain quite a lot.

Rich: And you have to get used to it getting darker, too. What time does it get dark again? Midday? Earlier?

Jack: Not quite that early, Rich, but yes it does take some getting used to, especially when the clocks go back.

Rich: Oh yeah, the clocks went back last weekend. I always find it difficult getting used to that. Do we get an hour’s more sleep or an hour’s less sleep when they go back?

Jack: It depends how much you sleep Rich! It’s just the time that changes. 

Rich: Yeah, OK. The time doesn’t change in a lot of countries. I bet it would take some getting used to for some people if it was introduced.

Jack: I don’t think it would be that difficult. How long have you been living in Spain now? Ten years? 

Rich: More or less.

Jack: There must have been some things that you found difficult to get used to.

Rich: Yes, there were. The blue skies, the warm sunny weather, the beach nearby … yes, it was difficult to get used to those things … it took time you know ... but I think I’m used to them now.

Welcome

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’s happening this week, Rich?

Rich: In this week’s podcast, we’re going to help you with some grammar. We’re going to talk about two structures, ‘be used to’ and ‘get used to’.

Jack: Both of these structures are used to talk about how familiar you are with something that has changed. That is, something new that was probably strange to you, to begin with.

Rich: You might have heard us using these structures in the opening section of this podcast. Jack said he finds it difficult getting used to the days getting shorter and the nights getting longer at this time of year.

Jack: I do. So, we’ll look at how we use ‘be used to’ and ‘get used to’ and the differences between them.

Rich: And, Don’t forget to listen to the end of the podcast because we have this week’s football phrase for you to guess.

Jack: In the next section, you’re going to listen to two roleplays that will let you hear us using these structures in a natural context, then we’ll discuss the language.

Rich: In both roleplays, I will be a journalist and Jack will be …

Jack: Hold on. That’s what we want our listeners to guess. Your first task is to guess who I am in each roleplay. Where am I from? What’s my job? What do you know about me?

Rich: Sounds good. Let’s do roleplay one.

Roleplay 1

Rich: Hi there. Thanks ever so much for agreeing to this interview for Premier Skills English News, the weekly football newspaper for learners of English.

Jack: No problem, at all.

Rich: You’ve been in the UK for how long now?

Jack: Four years and a bit.

Rich: So, you must be used to the weather?

Jack: Haha! I don’t think I’ll ever get used to the weather in Manchester. It rains quite a lot. 

Rich: I suppose there must be a lot that was new for you. What things have you got used to?

Jack: Well, maybe the fans and the stadium. It took some time to get used to playing in front of 70,000 fans. At first, it was a bit scary, but I think I’m used to the pressure now.

Rich: What about England and the UK?

Jack: The language; that takes some getting used to.

Rich: But your English is very good.

Jack: Thanks. Back home I learnt English at school and university where I used to study journalism. It’s not English that’s the problem, it’s my teammates!

Rich: What do you mean?

Jack: I can’t get used to their accents.

Rich: Yes, there are players from all over the world in the dressing room.

Jack: No, I have no problem understanding the guys from France, Belgium and Brazil. It’s the accents from Manchester and London that I can’t get used to.

Roleplay 2

Rich: Hi there. Thanks ever so much for agreeing to this interview for Premier Skills English News, the weekly football newspaper for learners of English.

Jack: No, problem.

Rich: So, you’re new to the Premier League this season. Are you getting used to it?

Jack: Life in London, yes. It’s easy to get used to life here. There’s so much choice and lots of Italian restaurants!

Rich: What about on the pitch? What have you had to get used to?

Jack: You know, football is the same everywhere but maybe the players have had to get used to me and I have to get to know the players.

Rich: Is that difficult?

Jack: No, I’m used to it. I’ve managed more than ten clubs.

Rich: But this is the first club outside your country?

Jack: Yes, things are different here but I’m getting used to it. Getting used to the weather, the food, the style of football in the Premier League. Everything.

Language Focus

Jack: Before we look at the language shall we tell everyone who I was in the roleplays?

Rich: No, let’s not. We want people to make their guesses in the comments section at the bottom of the page. Who was Jack in roleplay one? And who was Jack in roleplay two?

Jack: Right, the language. In the roleplays, you heard lots of examples of ‘be used to’ and ‘get used to’. 

Rich: The first thing to remember is that these structures are used to talk about something that was new or unusual but is now less unusual because we have done this thing or seen this thing a few times.

Jack: These phrases are totally different from ‘used to’ to speak about things we did regularly in the past like I used to play football or to describe a state like I used to have long hair.

Rich: That’s right. ‘Be used to and get used to are used to talk about things we are now familiar with or getting more familiar with.

Jack: Actually, that’s the main difference between the two. ‘Be used to’ is used to say that you are now familiar with something that was unusual or strange before and ‘get used to’ is used more about the process of becoming more familiar or accustomed to something.

Rich: Let’s look at some examples. In the first roleplay, Jack said that it took some time to get used to playing in front of big crowds but he is used to it now.

Jack: I used ‘get used to’ to describe the process of becoming familiar with something and ‘be used to’ to describe something I was familiar with or accustomed to.

Rich: In the roleplays, Jack said, ‘I am used to getting to know new players’. This means that it is something that familiar to him and it’s not a problem now.

Jack: But many more of my answers included ‘get used to’ because they described a process of becoming familiar with something.

Rich: It’s also common to use can or can’t with ‘get used to’. In the first roleplay, Jack said ‘I can’t get used to their accents’ and ‘it’s the accents from London and Manchester I can’t get used to’.

Jack: One final thing to remember is that am used to and get used to are followed by a phrase with a noun or a gerund. For example, I’m used to the noise of the crowd now or I had to get used to all the singing and cheering in the stadium.

Rich: We have more activities on the website for you to practise and understand these two structures.

Pronunciation

Rich: Before we finish let’s take a little look at some pronunciation because it can be a bit tricky.

Jack: The pronunciation of ‘get used to’ can be difficult. We don’t pronounce the ‘-ed’ part of the word ‘used’, it joins together with the to. And the to is weak so the phrase becomes /ju:stə/ rather than /juːst tuː/. Listen to the sentences and try to repeat.

Rich: It can be difficult getting used to the weather in the UK.

Rich: It can be difficult getting used to the weather in the UK.

Rich: It can be difficult getting used to the weather in the UK.

Jack: Actually, if you’re speaking in informal situations, the ‘t’ can be pronounced:  ‘d’ so you might hear:

Jack: I'm used to the pressure now.

Jack: I'm used to the pressure now.

Jack: I'm used to the pressure now.

Jack: This pronunciation really isn’t that difficult ... once you’re used to it!

Task

Rich: This week we want you to imagine you’re a footballer. You’ve just been offered the chance to play in the English Premier League. Do you do it? Of course, you do!

Jack: But, this means leaving your country. What things will you have to get used to? What do you think you will find difficult to get used to?

Rich: Write your answers in the comments section at the bottom of the page.

Football Phrase

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

Jack: Yes, I have, but first, our last football phrase. The phrase was testimonial match and it is a match that is played in honour of a player who has been at a club for ten years.

Rich: Well done to Acicala from Spain, Kwesimanifest from Ghana, Sabanoleg and Liubomyr from Ukraine, Ahmed Adam from Sudan, Lakerwang from China, Zaid from India and Rafael Robson from Brazil. You all got the right answer.

Jack: This week’s football phrase is a difficult one. The phrase is *** ***** ** *** ****. The key word in the phrase describes the bones that run down the centre of your back. This phrase is used to describe the players that play in the centre of the pitch; the goalkeeper, a central defender, midfielder and striker. The phrase is usually used to describe experienced players in those positions.

Rich: A challenging phrase this week. Don’t forget to write your answers to the task and football phrase in the comments section below.

Jack: Bye for now and enjoy your football!

Vocabulary

How much did you understand?

In the podcast, Rich and Jack used some words and phrases that might be new for you. Do you know the words in bold?

It's the accents from London and Manchester that I can't get used to.

The clocks go back this weekend. I always find it difficult getting used to that.

It took some time to get used to playing in front of 70,000 but I think I’m used to that pressure now.

There were a few more tricky words and phrases in the podcast. Do you know what they all mean? Try the activity below, then, listen to the podcast again to hear how we used the words. This can really help your understanding.

Activity 1

Activity 1: In this activity, try to match the words and phrases to their definitions. All of the words were in this week's podcast.
Can you match the words to their definitions?

New players and teams have to quickly get used to life in the Premier League.

Language

Get used to

In this week's podcast, Jack and Rich looked at two different structures: 'get used to' and 'be used to'. We use 'get used to' to talk about something that was unusual in the past but is becoming less unusual because we have become accustomed to it. This might be because we have done it or seen something more often. 

The basic pattern for using 'get used to' is: get used to + noun or the gerund (-ing form). Take a look at these examples from the podcast:

I'm getting used to the weather, the food, the style of football in the Premier League. Everything.

It took some time to get used to playing in front of big crowds.

The weather in the UK is definitely something that people have to get used to.

Language

Be used to

We use 'be used to' to describe something that was unusual in the past but is normal now.

The basic pattern for using 'be used to' is the same: be used to + noun or the gerund (-ing form). Take a look at these examples from the podcast:

I’m used to the noise of the crowd now.

I am used to getting to know new players.

Take a look at the following activity to check your understanding of 'be used to' and 'get used to'. Can you complete the sentences correctly?

Activity 2

Activity 2: In this activity, look at the sentences about a footballer that is new to the Premier League. Write 'be used to' or 'get used to' in the correct form in each gap.
Should you use 'be' or 'get used to'?

Jose Mourinho is used to winning trophies.

Pronunciation

Used to

In this week's podcast, we looked at how to pronounce the phrase 'used to'. The most important things to remember are that when we are speaking we don't usually say the '-ed' sound in 'used' and we use a schwa in 'to', so it sounds like 't' instead of the number 'two'. Look at the words in bold, these are the weak forms - the words that are not pronounced fully.

 It can be difficult getting used to the weather in the UK.

I'm used to the pressure now.

Try to say these sentences quickly. Have a listen to the podcast again and try to repeat them like Jack and Rich. Tell us in the comments section if you find this difficult or easy. 

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Task

Moving to the UK

This week's task is to imagine you're moving to the UK to become a Premier League footballer. You need to think about the things that will be different from your own country.

Use these topics and your own ideas to help you write your answers:

  • culture 
  • job 
  • family
  • weather

Use be used to and get used to and write your answers in the comments section below.

Also, don't forget to make a guess at our football phrase and who was Jack in the two roleplays?

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milos
16/11/2018
RS
1912
points

Hello I am Milos and I come from Serbia.I played for three teams in my country.I am pleased for opportunity to play football in UK.
My friends who live in UK told me that I probably take time to get used to different things here in UK.
Maybe the hardest thing for me to get used to will be UK weather.The other things maybe won t be a huge problem for me to get used to.


milos
16/11/2018 06:54
Serbia
Manchester United
1912

Hello I am Milos and I come from Serbia.I played for three teams in my country.I am pleased for opportunity to play football in UK.
My friends who live in UK told me that I probably take time to get used to different things here in UK.
Maybe the hardest thing for me to get used to will be UK weather.The other things maybe won t be a huge problem for me to get used to.

Ahmed Adam Mamado's picture
Ahmed Adam Mamado
07/11/2018
SD
2859
points

In the first roleplay I guess teacher Jack was a Man United player, maybe De Gea or Fellini, while in the 2nd he was definitely ***** whose side is playing fantastic football at the moment.


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Ahmed Adam Mamado
07/11/2018 19:36
Sudan
Liverpool
2859

In the first roleplay I guess teacher Jack was a Man United player, maybe De Gea or Fellini, while in the 2nd he was definitely ***** whose side is playing fantastic football at the moment.

Ahmed Adam Mamado's picture
Ahmed Adam Mamado
07/11/2018
SD
2859
points

Correct me

I'm on cloud nine because the deal has now been confirmed for a world-record fee of €275m. Details on the Liverpool website!

However, here's what worries me. Starting a new life in the Northwest isn't going to be easy as there are a number of things I have to get used to including the intensity and the style of football in the Premier League, leaving my family and of course, the British Culture. But, I think getting used to the UK Weather and having to drive on the left, are going to be uphill tasks for me.

I once read that cars are driven on the left in the UK which is completely the opposite here. I don't know why they do it, but I believe it's something that I really have to get used to as quick as I can. Otherwise, I'll be frequently charged for driving on the wrong side of the road. And it is surely going to take me long time before I'll get used to it.

Not only is it too cold in the UK, but also it is very snowy in winter. That doesn't sound good! This kind of weather will be extremely cold for me because even here in Sudan I sometimes struggle when travelling southwards or westwards where temperatures reach less than 10 Celsius reflecting the fact that my hometown is one of the hottest regions in our country. What about those bellow-zero temperatures in Britain?! It will be absolutely freezing for me.

All in all, I think getting used to the often-changeable British Weather will definitely be the most difficult challenge during my spell in the UK.


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Ahmed Adam Mamado
07/11/2018 19:20
Sudan
Liverpool
2859

Correct me

I'm on cloud nine because the deal has now been confirmed for a world-record fee of €275m. Details on the Liverpool website!

However, here's what worries me. Starting a new life in the Northwest isn't going to be easy as there are a number of things I have to get used to including the intensity and the style of football in the Premier League, leaving my family and of course, the British Culture. But, I think getting used to the UK Weather and having to drive on the left, are going to be uphill tasks for me.

I once read that cars are driven on the left in the UK which is completely the opposite here. I don't know why they do it, but I believe it's something that I really have to get used to as quick as I can. Otherwise, I'll be frequently charged for driving on the wrong side of the road. And it is surely going to take me long time before I'll get used to it.

Not only is it too cold in the UK, but also it is very snowy in winter. That doesn't sound good! This kind of weather will be extremely cold for me because even here in Sudan I sometimes struggle when travelling southwards or westwards where temperatures reach less than 10 Celsius reflecting the fact that my hometown is one of the hottest regions in our country. What about those bellow-zero temperatures in Britain?! It will be absolutely freezing for me.

All in all, I think getting used to the often-changeable British Weather will definitely be the most difficult challenge during my spell in the UK.

Ahmed Adam Mamado's picture
Ahmed Adam Mamado
07/11/2018
SD
2859
points

There's has been a language-podcast drought for almost a month, seriously the longest PSE break since I joined! I breathed a sigh of relief after hearing from both of you again. Thanks for the wonderful podcast and slaute to everybody here.

BREAKING!
After waiting for so many years, my dream has finally come true and we're on the finishing touches to being singed by Liverpool FC as a central-midfielder in the January transfer window. Terms have already been agreed between my agent, my former club (Al-Hilal SC) and The Reds. The transfer fees will be revealed once the move has been completed. Can't wait to make my debut for the English powerhouse of football on a Tuesday-Champions League night at Anfield in front of a crowd of 50,000!

Stay with us. We will keep you posted!


Ahmed Adam Mamado's picture
Ahmed Adam Mamado
07/11/2018 19:01
Sudan
Liverpool
2859

There's has been a language-podcast drought for almost a month, seriously the longest PSE break since I joined! I breathed a sigh of relief after hearing from both of you again. Thanks for the wonderful podcast and slaute to everybody here.

BREAKING!
After waiting for so many years, my dream has finally come true and we're on the finishing touches to being singed by Liverpool FC as a central-midfielder in the January transfer window. Terms have already been agreed between my agent, my former club (Al-Hilal SC) and The Reds. The transfer fees will be revealed once the move has been completed. Can't wait to make my debut for the English powerhouse of football on a Tuesday-Champions League night at Anfield in front of a crowd of 50,000!

Stay with us. We will keep you posted!

Ahmed Adam Mamado's picture
Ahmed Adam Mamado
06/11/2018
SD
2859
points

Football phrase, '*** ***** ** *** ****'.


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Ahmed Adam Mamado
06/11/2018 18:48
Sudan
Liverpool
2859

Football phrase, '*** ***** ** *** ****'.

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Liubomyr
05/11/2018
UA
3149
points

'Moving to the UK' task
Hi all, I'm Ukrainian midfielder who recently moved to Premier League. And what do you think was the greatest challenge in the UK for me? Do you think it was a different culture? Nope. I get used to British culture in a few weeks. British people are very nice and polite. Maybe you think it's the weather? No, it's not. I am used to such type of weather which is quite similar to weather in Ukraine. Do I miss my family? Yes, I do, but in Ukraine, I played for a team from a city which was 1,000 miles away from my hometown, so I get used to seeing my parents and siblings only once a few months.
The greatest challenge was the Premier League itself! And it's schedule! In Ukraine I used to playing only once a week, but here our team have two competitive matches a week. I can't be used to playing every midweek! I'm already exhausted and the winter is coming, when I'm used to having a 3-months winter break in Ukraine, but there is no winter break in English football. My thoughts about Boxing Day and festive football make me crazy! I think I would never get used to playing a season without a winter break.


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Liubomyr
05/11/2018 09:58
Ukraine
Watford
3149

'Moving to the UK' task
Hi all, I'm Ukrainian midfielder who recently moved to Premier League. And what do you think was the greatest challenge in the UK for me? Do you think it was a different culture? Nope. I get used to British culture in a few weeks. British people are very nice and polite. Maybe you think it's the weather? No, it's not. I am used to such type of weather which is quite similar to weather in Ukraine. Do I miss my family? Yes, I do, but in Ukraine, I played for a team from a city which was 1,000 miles away from my hometown, so I get used to seeing my parents and siblings only once a few months.
The greatest challenge was the Premier League itself! And it's schedule! In Ukraine I used to playing only once a week, but here our team have two competitive matches a week. I can't be used to playing every midweek! I'm already exhausted and the winter is coming, when I'm used to having a 3-months winter break in Ukraine, but there is no winter break in English football. My thoughts about Boxing Day and festive football make me crazy! I think I would never get used to playing a season without a winter break.

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Liubomyr
05/11/2018
UA
3149
points

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


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Liubomyr
05/11/2018 09:27
Ukraine
Watford
3149

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

lakerwang
04/11/2018
CN
252
points

About 16 years ago, two Chinese footballer played in PL, who were Sun Jihai for Man Cith and Li Tie for Everton. About 10 years ago, another two, Zheng Zhi for Chalten Athletic and Dong fangzhuo for Man United. Sun did well in six years of his PL career, but the other three had to struggle for their playing time.
Asian players, who are usually too shy, always have to try to get used to the culture of the western world and become more communicative and competitive. In China league, an international player doesn't have to learn Chinese, but a Chinese player who goes abroad must speak English otherwise he can't communicate with his coaches and teammates. If you can overcome the difficulty on your job and being used to the work environment, the problem with your family and the bad weather will be easy to get used to.
Jack was ***** ******* in roleplay 1, and ******** ***** in roleplay 2.
The phrase is "*** ***** ** *** ****".


lakerwang
04/11/2018 15:50
China
Chelsea
252

About 16 years ago, two Chinese footballer played in PL, who were Sun Jihai for Man Cith and Li Tie for Everton. About 10 years ago, another two, Zheng Zhi for Chalten Athletic and Dong fangzhuo for Man United. Sun did well in six years of his PL career, but the other three had to struggle for their playing time.
Asian players, who are usually too shy, always have to try to get used to the culture of the western world and become more communicative and competitive. In China league, an international player doesn't have to learn Chinese, but a Chinese player who goes abroad must speak English otherwise he can't communicate with his coaches and teammates. If you can overcome the difficulty on your job and being used to the work environment, the problem with your family and the bad weather will be easy to get used to.
Jack was ***** ******* in roleplay 1, and ******** ***** in roleplay 2.
The phrase is "*** ***** ** *** ****".

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acicala
04/11/2018
ES
968
points

I think Jack is a football player in the first roleplay and a coach in the second roleplay.

No doubt, If I moved to the United Kingdom as a footballer, my biggest problem would be getting used to the language. In that way, perhaps, I would learn English.

I think this week’s football phrase is “*** ***** ** *** ****”.


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acicala
04/11/2018 15:00
Spain
Chelsea
968

I think Jack is a football player in the first roleplay and a coach in the second roleplay.

No doubt, If I moved to the United Kingdom as a footballer, my biggest problem would be getting used to the language. In that way, perhaps, I would learn English.

I think this week’s football phrase is “*** ***** ** *** ****”.

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elghoul
03/11/2018
DZ
2942
points

Culture is so different from my country with all these theatres playing all year and all these pubs and nightclubs where music is so diverse. I can't get used to live in streets where so many foreigners are wandering.

When I saw the numerous job centers with effective works I realised that is not what I am used to.

In Algeria we are used to youngsters living with their parents amd obviously that is not the case in England.

I wonder how can I be ever getting used to this dark sky and this pouring water.

The first role play is a journalist and the second is a manager.

Football phrase, spinal cord line.


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elghoul
03/11/2018 12:31
Algeria
Manchester City
2942

Culture is so different from my country with all these theatres playing all year and all these pubs and nightclubs where music is so diverse. I can't get used to live in streets where so many foreigners are wandering.

When I saw the numerous job centers with effective works I realised that is not what I am used to.

In Algeria we are used to youngsters living with their parents amd obviously that is not the case in England.

I wonder how can I be ever getting used to this dark sky and this pouring water.

The first role play is a journalist and the second is a manager.

Football phrase, spinal cord line.

sabanoleg
03/11/2018
UA
2018
points

I think the football phrase is"*** ***** ** *** ****".


sabanoleg
03/11/2018 10:25
Ukraine
Arsenal
2018

I think the football phrase is"*** ***** ** *** ****".

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thaitn
03/11/2018
VN
848
points

I think it's difficult to get used to the cold weather in England, because I'm used to the tropical climate in my country.
This is the first time I have a chance to play in front of 55000 fans. It's fantastic but maybe a bit nervous, so I have to get used to it early.
I guess this week's phrase is "*** ***** ** *** ****"
In the first roleplay, maybe Jack was Juan Mata. He's Spanish, he studies journalism, the Old Trafford capacity is 70000, and he have been a Manchester United"s player for 4 years.
In the second roleplay, I think Jack was ******** *****. In the podcast you said "There’s so much choice and lots of Italian restaurants" so I guess he's Italian. ***** is a manager, he've managed more then ten clubs in Italia but Chelsea is the first club outside Italia that he manages. I love his football, the team's always have high ball possession and scores lots of goals.
Thanks everyone and please help me correct my comment.


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thaitn
03/11/2018 09:38
Vietnam
Manchester City
848

I think it's difficult to get used to the cold weather in England, because I'm used to the tropical climate in my country.
This is the first time I have a chance to play in front of 55000 fans. It's fantastic but maybe a bit nervous, so I have to get used to it early.
I guess this week's phrase is "*** ***** ** *** ****"
In the first roleplay, maybe Jack was Juan Mata. He's Spanish, he studies journalism, the Old Trafford capacity is 70000, and he have been a Manchester United"s player for 4 years.
In the second roleplay, I think Jack was ******** *****. In the podcast you said "There’s so much choice and lots of Italian restaurants" so I guess he's Italian. ***** is a manager, he've managed more then ten clubs in Italia but Chelsea is the first club outside Italia that he manages. I love his football, the team's always have high ball possession and scores lots of goals.
Thanks everyone and please help me correct my comment.

Leaderboard

Top Scorers
RankNameScore
1kwesimanifest4662
2assemjuve3696
3aragorn19863527
4haydi3189
5Liubomyr3149
6elghoul2942
7Ahmed Adam Mamado2859
8Alex_from_Ukraine2706
9nikosonris2453
10Buchiy2349
Country ranking
RankNameScore
1Colombia63996
2Ukraine26626
3Serbia25704
4Albania20415
5Macedonia19058
6Bosnia and Herzegovina16217
7Armenia13351
8Kosovo13096
9Bolivia12677
10Georgia12375
Club ranking
RankNameScore
1Manchester United112970
2Liverpool66157
3Chelsea65400
4Arsenal63662
5Manchester City30906
6Leicester City10369
7Tottenham Hotspur6525
8Newcastle United6017
9West Ham United4470
10Watford3766

Level

3
Average: 3 (1 vote)

Goals

Skills: Listening

Language: Be/Get used to

Task: Imagine you are moving to the UK to play Premier League football