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Talking Sport - 7

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Presenter

Hi I'm Natalie and welcome to Talking Sport.

In the Olympics some sports involve riding horses.

These are called equestrian sports.

One of the equestrian sports at the Olympics is eventing.

Eventing involves three parts; dressage, cross country and showjumping.

Alex Hua Tian is hoping to compete in the London 2012 Olympics for China.

Well let's hear from Alex.

Listen for the word 'vital' and the phrase 'get on well'.

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We've all got to work together as a team, it's not just me and the horse. Everyone has a vital role and everyone's relationship is vital. Everyone has to get on well together, everyone has to work together towards the same goal.

Presenter

Watch the clip again.

Clip

We've all got to work together as a team, it's not just me and the horse. Everyone has a vital role and everyone's relationship is vital. Everyone has to get on well together, everyone has to work together towards the same goal.

Presenter

vital

حیاتی، ضروری

Presenter

everyone has a vital role

everyone's relationship is vital

get on well

رابطه خوب داشتن، خوب سر کردن

Presenter

everyone has to get on well together

Let's hear from some people in London. Listen to how they use this phrase.

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I get on really well with my parents.

I do not get on well with my girlfriend.

I get on with my friends.

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I get on really well with…

I don't get on well with...

I get on with…

Presenter

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

I'll see you next time.

'Phrasal verbs with 'get

In the video Alex used the phrasal verb 'get on well' which means to have a good relationship with other people.

"Everyone has to get on well together…"

Below are some more phrasal verbs with 'get'.

get ahead: to become successful

get up to: be involved in something

get back to: to respond to someone

get out of: to try to avoid a responsibility or request

Now complete the sentences with the correct phrasal verb.

1. I went to the cinema with my friend at the weekend. What did you ________?

2. Mr Smith isn't at his desk at the moment, but I will make sure he ________ you as soon

as possible.

3. In order to ________ in your career, you need to work hard.

4. I really don't want to go to my parents' house for dinner tonight. I am going to try and

________ it.

' Phrases with 'just

In the video Alex used the phrase ' it's not just me'.

Below are some more phrases with the word 'just'.

just about: nearly, almost

just as well: a good or lucky thing

just in case: if there is a possibility to need something

just the thing: something that is exactly what is needed

Now complete the sentences with the correct phrase.

1. It was __________ you weren't there. You would have hated the music.

2. That hammer is __________ I need to build my new garden furniture.

3. He is really sporty. He is really good at __________ all sports!

4. I don't think I will buy anything, but I will bring my money __________ I change my mind.

Answers

Phrasal verbs with 'get'

1. I went to the cinema with my friend at the weekend. What did you get up to?

2. Mr Smith isn't at his desk at the moment, but I will make sure he gets back to you as soon

as possible.

3. In order to get ahead in your career, you need to work hard.

4. I really don't want to go to my parents' house for dinner tonight. I am going to try and get

out of it.

Phrases with 'just'

1. It was just as well you weren't there. You would have hated the music.

2. That hammer is just the thing I need to build my new garden furniture.

3. He is really sporty. He is really good at just about all sports!

4. I don't think I will buy anything, but I will bring my money just in case I change my mind.