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IELTS Energy 1028: Speaking About Sports in Every IELTS Section
IELTS Energy English 7+
This is a Niles energy podcast episode 1028 speaking about sports in every aisle section.
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Today you hear three band 9 I'll answers about sports. This topic comes up off and on. I so you need to be ready, glean some tips from our answers. So you're ready to hit one out of the park on test day.
Sports fan. I am a sports and I'm actually going to Penelope's softball game tonight. They're so fun. I love Grandma. Are you say going to Penelope's softball? Games? Is so fun. Is that what you just said? Yes, as a parent, going to james' baseball games. I wish I were saying they were super fun. I loved it all, but they're so long and there is not a lot of action in kids, baseball games. Do you need to switch the girls softball election? The girls are all hitting and Fielding. It's really fun and it's pretty shorts there an hour Max and then they just end it his games. Go on for at least 2 hours. At least way too long without professional sports.
Do I go through phases? That is the reason why we are chatting about sports today is because it's one of those Dependable topics on Isles. Like it's so common. And yet, there are so many people out there that didn't grow up playing sports. Do not care, a lick about sports and yet are so required to talk about them on. I'll speak sometimes on Isles riding, right? Like the benefits of kids Athletics or something team sports vs. Individual sports. Guys, the stuff comes up. So it's a very important to hear models of how, to talk about it. And so that's why Aubrey and I are chatting about this today. But we're also going to do three aisles questions related to sports with sample answers back to be question that you asked, you know, I'm going through phases of following, especially soccer. I watched all the Portland Timbers.
Games that are the professional soccer team. The MLS team. I washed all their games for a long time, but then like I moved and that I couldn't get their games on TV anymore. And then like, it wasn't hard to find them. Like you can't find them streaming. It's just hard to find them. I love it. Use that expression. Carol it, like that's me. I don't care a lick about watching sports on TV. I like sports live live events short and Ashley my kids worth but TV. I cannot I cannot watch sports on TV. That's so funny. Soccer. Any soccer. I watch Champions Leagues games. I watch English Premier League games. I watch any soccer and I will love it. I just fine, love the game. So bye. Let's get into these questions. And answers were going to have one from each part. All about sport. So I know you want to do the part 2.
History for you guys to stay tuned.
So why don't you ask me at the part one? Okay, what is your favorite sport?
Down far away 100 10%. Soccer is my favorite sport. I think I think because well partly, because I grew up playing soccer, literally not literally, but literally was my whole life for so long. I played soccer every season competitive School rec league. Any team, there was a bailable I was on it. I haven't played on the the Olympic development team for my state for a couple years in high school. So it was my life and I just think it is one of the most beautiful sports in the world. I cannot get enough of the skills. The spontaneity, the agility that is exhibited by these players in every single game and there's a hot soccer dudes are hot. So that's why I will always watch soccer. I love it. I would the beginning of that answer is so great. When you
We feel strongly about something. I love that. Use all three hands down, Far and Away, 100 and 10% Really emphasize how much you love Zack? You know what? That answer went to surprising place. I wasn't expecting to talk about the appearance of the soccer players. But you know, you said you had to let it slip out. That's because I need it. It just has her true self here on the podcast, you guys.
Moving up and hit me with the place to buy timer. Alright, guy. So this part to question for Aubrey, describe alive sporting event. You have been to, or watched on TV. I am so excited. I got this question because I have Larry a story when I was first married. We had only been married, a couple of years. We were able to go to a live sporting event. A baseball game, the Diamondbacks, it play here in Phoenix. I don't remember who they were playing White Sox or somebody clearly. I'm not the hugest for Sports Tavern. I don't remember who the other team was, but I will never forget what happened during that game. One of the players when he went to swing his Bat, he let it fly. He let go of the thought and it flew into the stands.
And it landed right in our laps my husband and I so we jumped up and were holding the bat and it shows us on the Jumbotron, the Giants screen and we were like cheering. We're so excited. We caught his Bat and then we realized that the bat had actually struck someone sitting a couple of rows in front of us in the head and then flew into our laps. So on the screen was actually a close-up of this poor women with a head injury. She is bleeding with us behind her. Holding this bat cheering as a we realize they were like Oh serious actually super embarrassing and then or she was okay, but the paramedics had to come and get her and carry her out to be attended to she had quite a bad injury that needed stitches on her head. She ended up being all right.
It became a whole thing because we wanted to keep the bat like if a ball comes into the stands for a baseball game. You for sure going to keep the ball, but the player sent somebody to come for the back. I guess, it was his special bad. It was his favorite, but he wanted it back and so he, he tried to trade us for like, another bad. And my husband was not having it. He wanted to keep the bat that we had cut and it was kind of a thing cuz I'm like, well, maybe we should give it back. It was all kind of like a white.
It hurts someone. I don't know if I want it.
Is one of the funniest stories I've ever heard omigod. You build it up, was so awesome. Because if there's no hint that there's going to be no violence. You don't like there's a whole first half of the story is like riding around the Jumbotron with jumping up and down and then all sudden you're like his lady, got a bleeding, a head wound and we're like, oh, this is bad luck. This is bad luck for us.
Okay. That was awesome. I could just talk about how amazing that story was for a long time. But what I want listeners would I want you guys to take away from this is I want you to remember how you felt when you were listening to that story. What was going on listeners for you? When Aubrey was telling that story? Because for me, I was seeing this action in my mind. Like I was seeing a bad, I was seeing the Jumbotron eventually, I was seeing the poor injured ladies, how I wasn't seeing all of the stuff guys and that is exactly what you want to create for the examiner. Right? When you are telling a story and part 2 or any side note anecdotes in the other parts write, this is what you want to do guys. You want to see the image in your head and describe it in detail. So well that the listener The Examiner also sees the
Image guys, essentially, the clearest proof of communication, you know what I mean? Like, if you can create the same picture in my mind, as is in yours, then that's bad night, right there. Right? Like that is affluent communication. So, that's what I want you guys to take away from that story and try to recreate in your own stories.
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Okay, let's just do one more quick. Answer. This would be a follow-up. Right? If Sports is the topic in part to, then it would also be the topic in part 3. Yes. I love that. We're doing 14. Part, 1, 2 and 3. Cuz a lot of these topics could be anywhere on the exam, it just. How is this? This question structured? Okay. So here's your question. Why are some sports fans? So passionate? You know, the first thing that comes to mind is the stereotypical football hooligan. If I picture a passionate sports fan, that's what I picture. I remember, especially in the 90s, when I was following a lot of, like, soccer news and stuff. There were always stories of British Hooligans fans, likes going away on airplanes because they had previously been banned from an entire city from going to follow their teeth as with a stowaway in a bus or on an airplane. Just so they could show up at the stadium that they're like,
From prohibited from entering and cause trouble with other teams fans. So that's what I picture when I picture a passionate fan now, why, you know, I think you just don't have enough going on in their lives and distract them from their teeth. I don't know. Like, I certainly love Jesus but I've never liked bed. So passionate about it being that I would like to come to blows over it, you know, like to create fistycuffs because I love the soccer player so much. So the answer is, I don't know. I know it exists, but I'm not sure exactly why that's such a good answer. Cuz this might happen, you're going to get a guy to like, really don't know. I don't understand why people are so passionate. What a great sample answer for that, right? Talk about what you a picture when you picture passionate support for its ads and then explain why you don't understand it. Why you don't know the answer to that answer? Even though you're saying, I don't know. I don't know.
Great vocabulary to say, come to blows and fistycuffs. I love that word fisticuffs. So but it's such like a 1920s boxer like word. It's so fun guys fistycuffs. It's just a noun right to describe like a boxing match, a Fight 2 with your hands. So much fun today, guys. I would definitely recommend listening to today's episode of couple times. There are so many great ideas and strategies and vocabulary that you could just copy.
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