Talking About Cricket – Improve Your Spoken English


Welcome to twominenglish.com. Teaching you English through two-minute lessons. In this lesson, we will talk about phrases that you
can use to discuss your interest in cricket . Stella, did you see the premier league last night? No. I’m not that much into cricket. Well, then you should consider starting to watch it. Why would I? I don’t like the game at all. What if I told you I’ve registered my name
for the zonal trials taking place in September? What are you talking about? I didn’t know that
you could play cricket so well. Well, since you’re not that interested in the game, you
probably never noticed how well I play. Now I’ll definitely come to watch your game, even
if it means getting sunburnt. Don’t worry. I’ll get you a nice shady
place in the best part of the stadium. Hey Sam! Did you see that game last night? Sure man! It was an amazing game. I couldn’t
tell ’till the last ball who’d win. Did you watch that awesome catch that Gayle took? It was unbelievable. That catch really turned the game around! I never thought the Aussies would lose. Hey, there’s another game this evening. Why don’t we watch it together? That’s a great idea! What about you coming over my
place so that we can watch the game together? Awesome! See you bro! Hey June! What’s up with you? Nothing Lisa. I just want to break my TV. Why? What happened? Sam’s been watching cricket all day long ever since the World Cup started. He just sits on the sofa and eats, while watching
TV occasionally jumping and shouting. It’s very irritating! I know what you mean. It’s just a game, right!? I
don’t know why men are so fanatic about it. I could never understand the point of cricket, Lisa. Shopping is definitely more interesting. True June! I’d rather go shopping anytime than watching cricket! Matthew, are you ready for a cricket game this evening? This evening? Sure buddy, but who else is playing? I’ve invited some of our old school buddies, and they
are coming over. It’ll be a great game. Is Jerry coming over? He was a great batsman. Yep, Jerry’s coming, and so’s Tom. Those two guys were amazing. I know. Tom’s bowling is legendary, too. It’ll be
good to see those guys face-off again. Be at the pitch at 5.30 sharp, mate. We’re having a 20 overs game. I’ll see you there, Sam! Stella, did you see the Premier League last night? I didn’t know that you could play cricket so well. I couldn’t tell ’till the last ball who’d win. That catch really turned the game around! Sam’s been watching cricket all day long ever since the World Cup started. He was a great batsman. We’re having a 20 overs game.

2 thoughts on “Talking About Cricket – Improve Your Spoken English

  1. can you explain what is the " premier league" , please ? thks in advance . and by the way, could you make some more videos about the idioms or vocabualrys lessons about sports or sports show . 🙂

  2. Bao, in sports there are often leagues of teams which organize games at a local level. These league matches are often very popular among the fans and the fans align themselves with one or the other teams.

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