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雅思口语:a sport game you've watch

2017-11-21 11:04

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作者:吉林新东方 朱博

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  I’d like to talk about the football match I watched with my ex.

  He’s a huge fan of Brazil national football team, and every World Cup, he would stay up late rooting for his favorite team. He would even bet his money on the final score of the game.

  That was 3 years ago, when Brazil was playing against Germany, and we all know the final score, it was a huge disaster for Brazil, if I remember right, it was 1 to 7, which is something that’s never happened to Brazil team. My ex said, and I quote, it was a huge humiliation.

  Because of the time difference, we had to watch the game after midnight, when I was super sleepy. But luckily, soon after the match, Brazil scored one goal, and you can imagine how thrilled my ex was, he jumped up and down, yelling to the screen, and he was like, ‘yeah’. But later, Germany scored one goal as well, so we were like ‘Oh’. And the tie, I mean the score 1 to 1, lasted for a really long time. And for a few times, I just nodded off. When I woke up, the score was still 1 to 1. I started to feel bored, although my ex was still sitting on the edge of the seat.

  When I woke up, the game was over. And I couldn’t believe my ears when I heard the final score. My ex was so upset.

  I remember this game quite well because it was one of the few times that I watched a football match, and the score is really dramatic.

  语言点解析:

  root for somebody = (usually used in the progressive tenses) (informal) to support or encourage somebody in a sports competition or when they are in a difficult situation 例如:

  We're rooting for the Bulls.

  Good luck—I'm rooting for you!

  bet = to risk money on a race or an event by trying to predict the result 例如:

  He bet $2 000 on the final score of the game.

  You have to be over 16 to bet.

  disaster = a complete failure 例如:

  As a teacher, he's a disaster.

  The play's first night was a total disaster.

  thrilled = very excited and pleased 例如:

  He was thrilled at the prospect of seeing them again.

  I was thrilled to be invited.

  tie = a situation in a game or competition when two or more players have the same score 例如:

  The match ended in a tie.

  nod off = to fall asleep for a short time while you are sitting in a chair 例如:

  I was practically nodding off in that meeting.

  on the edge of your seat = very excited and giving your full attention to something 例如:

  The game had the crowd on the edge of their seats.

  I was on the edge of my seat waiting to find out what happened next.

  作者简介:

  朱博,新东方吉林学校雅思口语美女讲师,毕业于985院校大连理工大学,硕士保送一等奖学金。在校期间曾游学美国,任出版社英语出版中心校对四年,工作严谨,活泼开朗,让大家快乐的学习英语。

雅思口语教师朱博

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