TOPICAL ENGLISH VOCABULARY | ENGLISH WORDS ABOUT SPORTS

In today’s episode, you will learn 5 new English words. These words will help you speak English more like a native English speaker. Practice using the words to speak about today’s topic.

EPISODE DESCRIPTION

In today’s episode, you will learn a series of vocabulary words that are connected to a specific topic. This lesson will help you improve your ability to speak English fluently about a specific topic. It will also help you feel more confident in your English abilities.

5 Vocabulary Words Related to the topic

1. Endurance (noun): The ability to withstand exertion, stress, or difficulty for a long time.

  • Example sentences:

1. The marathon runner displayed incredible endurance throughout the entire race.

2. Long bike rides require both physical and mental endurance.

3. She trained for months to build the endurance needed to climb the mountain.

2. Agility (noun): The ability to move quickly and easily.

  • Example sentences:

1. The gymnast’s agility allowed her to perform complex maneuvers on the balance beam.

2. The soccer player’s agility helped him avoid being tackled by the defender.

3. Cats are known for their agility and ability to jump from high places.

3. Momentum (noun): The force or speed of movement that continues to increase.

  • Example sentences:

1. The basketball team gained momentum in the second half and went on to win the game.

2. Once the runner achieved momentum, it was difficult to slow him down.

3. A successful launch gives the spacecraft the momentum it needs to reach orbit.

4. Fumble (verb): To drop or handle the ball clumsily, especially due to a lack of concentration.

  • Example sentences:

1. The quarterback fumbled the ball, and the opposing team recovered it.

2. The basketball player fumbled the pass and missed the opportunity to score.

3. Be careful not to fumble your phone while you’re walking.

5. Rally (verb): To recover from a losing position or disadvantage.

  • Example sentences:

1. The tennis player rallied in the third set and won the match.

2. After a slow start, the team rallied and finished the game strong.

3. The company is working hard to rally from its recent financial losses.

A Paragraph using the 5 vocabulary words

The game was tied with seconds left! Their most agile player, known for her amazing endurance, snagged the ball. With impressive agility, she weaved through defenders, narrowly avoiding a fumble that could have ended their hopes. The crowd cheered wildly as she gained momentum, leaving the other team in the dust. In a final burst, she launched a perfect shot just as the buzzer blared. It was a close call, but the ball swished through the net! The underdog team had completed a fantastic rally, snatching victory from the jaws of defeat.

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