Wednesday, June 14, 2006

World Cup

Something for everybody: follow the World Cup on the BBC Sport website.

While you are in the site, have a look at these:

Live: see a text commentary on a match happening right now, and you may also be able to listen to the commentary.

Extras: The World Cup Blog. Written by BBC reporters in Germany.


Try opening 'Audio and Video' - top right-hand of page. I could not get it to work from my office computer, but you may have better luck. It is very good for listening and viewing practice.

Don't forget, pleeeaaase, to leave your comment on this Blog!

And would you like to edit the Sports Section on the MetroZine? Just e-mail me.

More soon!

Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Something for Everybody

Levels 1 and 2

What's the difference between the verbs 'Say' and 'tell'? Which do you use, when?

Try this exercise on 'Go4English': say or tell


Although the instructions are in Arabic, you do not need to know Arabic in order to do this exercise.

Levels 3 +

Football is part of the British culture. As a result, many footballing expressions are commonly used in situations which have nothing to do with the game.

Test your knowledge of footballing English in this exercise in the 'Go4English' site. Click on GO to start.

As always, leave a comment after trying 'Go4English. It is very important to let others know whether the site helped you with your English.

Good luck and more very soon!
Mike