နောက်ဆုံး ရေးသားချိန် 9 ဒီဇင်ဘာလ 2011 - 18:24 GMT

အားကစားနဲ့ စကားသင် (အပိုင်း ၂၀)

၂၀၁၂ လန်ဒန် မှာ ကျင်းပမဲ့ အိုလံပစ်ပြိုင်ပွဲတွေနဲ့ ဆက်နွယ်ပြီး အားကစား အကြောင်းပြောရင်း အင်္ဂလိပ်စကားပြောတွေ လေ့လာ နိုင်မဲ့ အစီအစဉ် ဖြစ်ပါတယ်။

ဘီဘီစီ အင်္ဂလိပ်စာ သင်ကြားရေးဌာန နဲ့ မြန်မာပိုင်း အစီအစဉ်တို့ ပူးပေါင်းတင်ဆက်တဲ့ Talk Sports အားကစားနဲ့ စကားသင် အင်္ဂလိပ်စာ ပို့ချချက် ဗီဒီယိုတွေကို အပတ်စဉ် ဖော်ပြပေးသွားမှာ ဖြစ်ပါတယ်။

ဒီ သင်္ခန်းစာတွေမှာ နာမည်ကျော် အားကစားသမားတွေရဲ့ ပြောပြချက်တွေ၊ အားကစားနဲ့ ဆက်နွယ်တဲ့ အသုံးအနှုန်းတွေက တဆင့် လက်တွေ့ အင်္ဂလိပ်စကားပြောပုံတွေကို လေ့လာနိုင်ကြမှာ ဖြစ်ပါတယ်။

အခုအပတ် သင်္ခန်းစာ အမှတ် ၂၀ မှာတော့ အီရတ် လှေလှော်သမား Haider Rashid နဲ့ အတူ determined နဲ့ merit ဆိုတဲ့ အသုံးအနှုန်းတွေကို လေ့လာကြည့်မှာပါ။

ပြီးရင် အောက်မှာ ပါတဲ့ လေ့ကျင့်ခန်းတွေကိုလဲ လေ့ကျင့်ကြည့်ပါဦး။

စာသားဖြင့် ကြည့်ရန်

Presenter

Hi I'm Natalie and welcome to Talking Sport.

Today we are hearing about a rower from Iraq and learning the words, determined and merit.

Rower Haider Rashid is from Iraq and is aiming to qualify for the London 2012 Olympics.

At the last Olympics in Beijing, Haider was a given a wild card entry.

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wild card

အရည်အချင်းစစ်ဆေးမခံရပဲ ဝင်ပြိုင်ခွင့်ရသူ

Presenter

But this time Haider wants to make it to the Olympics on his own abilities.

Let's hear a bit more about Haider.

Listen for the words determined and merit.

Clip

This is Haider Rashid, the single Iraqi rowing athlete in his home city of Baghdad, one of the most violent in the world. Haider was given a wild card entry to the Olympics in Beijing but he's determined to make it to London on his own merit. If we work right and do it the right way, I think it is possible to qualify, so I will do my best to qualify because I need to.

Presenter

Listen again for the words determined and merit

Clip

This is Haider Rashid, the single Iraqi rowing athlete in his home city of Baghdad, one of the most violent in the world. Haider was given a wild card entry to the Olympics in Beijing but he's determined to make it to London on his own merit. If we work right and do it the right way, I think it is possible to qualify, so I will do my best to qualify because I need to.

Presenter

determined

On screen

determined

စိတ်ပိုင်းဖြတ်ထားသော

Presenter

Haider is determined to go to the Olympics.

merit

On screen

merit

အရည်အချင်း

Presenter

He's determined to make it to London on his own merit.

Well we have learnt the words determined and merit.

Let's listen to some people in London using the adjective determined and the noun determination.

Vox pops

I need a lot of determination to succeed in my job.

I am determined to do well in my work.

I am determined to have a career in music.

It takes a lot of determination to do well at university.

On screen

I need a lot of determination to succeed in my job.

I am determined to do well in my work.

I am determined to have a career in music.

It takes a lot of determination to do well at university.

Presenter

I'm Natalie and that’s all from Talking Sport.

See you next time.

Best အသုံးအနှုန်း

In the video Haider used the phrase 'do my best' meaning to perform the best he can.

"I will do my best to qualify."

Below are some more phrases with the word 'best':

make the best of: make a bad situation as

enjoyable as possible

the best part of: most of

hope for the best: to hope that something will happen the way you want it, even if it doesn't seem probable

best of luck: used to wish someone luck/success before attempting something difficult

Now complete the sentences with the correct phrase. The form of the phrase may need to be changed.

1. _____________ for your exam! I hope you will do well.

2. I don't know if I will get this new job, but I am going to _____________.

3. The weather was awful on Saturday, but I _____________ it and cleaned and tidied the

house. I have been planning on doing that for a long time.

4. I spent _____________the day painting that room. It took ages!



Wild အသုံးအနှုန်း

In the video we heard that Haider was given a wild card in the last Olympics. This means he was given special permission to compete even though he didn't qualify.

"Haider was given a wild card entry to the Olympics in Beijing"

The word 'wild' has many different meanings.

Using 'wild' as an adjective – the meaning changes depending on what noun it is used with e.g.

a wild animal/plant: an animal/plant that lives in its natural environment

wild weather: rough and stormy weather

a wild guess: a guess that is not based on facts or knowledge

a wild party: a party that is not controlled and is extreme

'Wild' can also be used as a noun:

in the wild: an area that is natural and undisturbed by human activity

Now complete the sentences with one of the following phrases – wild animals, a wild guess, in the wild, a wild party

1. Foxes, lions and bears are _____________.

2. It is just _____________, but I think that the restaurant is around the corner.

3. There are not many tigers left _____________.

4. Paul organised _____________ on Friday night!

အဖြေများ

Phrases with 'best'

1. Best of luck for your exam! I hope you will do well.

2. I don't know if I will get this new job, but I am going to hope for the best.

3. The weather was awful on Saturday, but I made the best of it and cleaned and tidied the

house. I have been planning on doing that for a long time.

4. I spent the best part of the day painting that room. It took ages!

Wild

1. Foxes, lions and bears are wild animals.

2. It is just a wild guess, but I think that the restaurant is around the corner.

3. There are not many tigers left in the wild.

4. Paul organised a wild party on Friday night!

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