必威体育英語小測驗:英國傳統運動足毬BBC英語教壆

  許多世界性的體育運動都發源於英國,職業足毬就是其中的一項,必威体育。英國人既熱衷於看足毬比賽,也非常喜懽談論足毬。因此,英語中逐漸衍生出很多和這項運動有關的日常表達和搭配。如果你是一名毬迷,那麼就一定不會對本集《英語小測驗》中提到的說法感到陌生,快來試一試吧!

  1,必威体育. There is an expression which is commonly used between players of the same team to warn that an opponent is approaching the ball carrier. What is it?

  a) Coming up!

  b) Man on!

  c) Danger approaches!

  d) Enemy near!

  2. Though it originated in football, you could hear the expression ‘You’re on the ball’ at work or a number of other places. What does it mean?

  a) You are the most important person in the situation at that time

  b) You are stopping the game or situation from moving forward

  c) You are awake, aware and quick to respond to things or come up with new ideas

  d) You are the referee and the person responsible for making the rules in that situation

  3. What is the expression use when one player scores three goals during the same game?

  a) ,必威体育;To score a triple

  b) To score a tri-goal

  c) To score a hat-trick

  d) ,必威体育;To score a turkey

  4. The beginning of a football game is known as the kick off, but British slang has a second meaning for this phrasal verb. What is it?

  a) To spend the whole day in front of the TV watching football

  b) To suddenly and unexpectedly fall over,必威体育, especially from a chair

  c) To become angry or suddenly start a fight or argument

  d) To use your leg to push a cup or bottle over the edge of a table

  5. Football in the UK is organised into leagues. If someone is ‘out of your league’, what are they?

  a) Coming from your place of origin

  b) From a rival organisation or place

  c) Inappropriate for you because they are either too good or not good enough

  d) Having a different sport, hobby or interest to you

  6. The word ‘kick’ can be used to make many phrasal verbs, but which one of these combinations is NOT possible?

  a) Kick up

  b) Kick about

  c) Kick over

  d) Kick in

  答案

  1) b, 2) c, 3) c, 4) c, 5) c, 6) c.

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