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Judô tem grande potencial de gerar contusões

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Apresentadora

Hi I'm Natalie and welcome to Talking Sport.

Today we will be hearing about judo and learning the word 'potential' and the phrase 'aim of the game'.

Judo is a martial art that started in Japan.

This week let's hear about judo from a member of the British Judo team.

Ben Ashworth is a physiotherapist for the team and helps treat and prevent the judo player's muscles injuries.

Let's hear from Ben.

Listen for the word 'potential' and the phrase 'aim of the game'.

Vídeo-clipe

The aim of the game is to launch someone through the air and land them on their back. There’s a potential for a large number of injuries. We can get injured from big toe up to losing consciousness.

Apresentadora

Let's listen again for the word 'potential' and the phrase 'aim of the game'.

Vídeo-clipe

The aim of the game is to launch someone through the air and land them on their back. There’s a potential for a large number of injuries. We can get injured from big toe up to losing consciousness.

Apresentadora

Ben said there is a potential for a large number of injuries in judo.

potential

Legenda na tela

potential

potencial

Apresentadora

Ben used the phrase 'aim of the game'.

Legenda na tela

aim of the game

objetivo do jogo

Apresentadora

Ben said the aim of the game in judo is to launch someone through the air and land them on their back.

Well we have heard a bit more about judo and learnt the word 'potential' and the phrase 'aim of the game'.

Let's listen to people in London using the word 'potential'.

Entrevistas

My sister is very clever. She has the potential to be very successful.

I think I have the potential to do well in my exams.

I think I have the potential to become a professor.

Legenda na tela

My sister is very clever. She has the potential to be very successful.

I think I have the potential to do well in my exams.

I think I have the potential to become a professor.

Apresentadora

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

See you next time.

"Potential"

In the video Ben used the word 'potential' which means there is a good possibility of something happening:

"There is potential for a large number of injuries."

'Potential' can be used as a noun:

e.g. Tim has the potential to be a successful businessman.

'Potential' can also be used as an adjective:

e.g. There are a lot of potential buyers coming to visit the house this afternoon.

Now read the sentences below and decide whether the word 'potential' is used as a noun or as an adjective.

1. This house has the potential to be a beautiful home.

(noun/adjective)

2. There are a number of potential dangers in a factory.

(noun/adjective)

3. I want to achieve my full potential and have a great career.

(noun/adjective)

4. His new business has many potential problems. (noun/adjective)

Expressões com a palavra "Game"

In the video Ben used the phrase 'aim of the game' which refers to the purpose of the game or sport.

"The aim of the game is to launch someone through the air and land them on their back."

Here are some idioms with the word 'game'.

raise your game: to try to improve the way you are doing something

a game plan: a plan to achieve something

be ahead of the game: to be in front of your competitors

two can play that game: something you say when you plan on treating someone the way they treated you (usually bad)

Now complete the sentences with

the correct idiom. The form of the phrase may need to be changed.

1. You will need to make more effort and improve how you are doing things. You need to ________________ if you want to stay in this job.

2. In order to succeed in business you need to think of how other companies are doing things and ________________.

3. The new ________________ is to expand the business in Asia.

4. I can't believe how he treated me, so unfairly! Well ________________.

Respostas

1) Potential

1. This house has the potential to be a beautiful home.

Answer: noun

2. There are a number of potential dangers in a factory.

Answer: adjective

3. I want to achieve my full potential and have a great career.

Answer: noun

4. His new business has many potential problems.

Answer: adjective

2) 'Game' idioms

1. You will need to make more effort and improve how you are doing things. You need to raise your game if you want to stay in this job.

2. In order to succeed in business you need to think of how other companies are doing things and be ahead of the game.

3. The new game plan is to expand the business in Asia.

4. I can't believe how he treated me, so unfairly! Well two can play that game.