Sports
Verbs
Grammar
Vocabulary
Extra
100

In which sport do you move across water on a board that has a sail?

Windsurfing

100

When describing sports, what verb do you use with the -ing form (e.g. swimming)?

Go + -ing

100

Complete this sentence:

He ran ________ the track twice.

around

100

What is the noun form of the verb ‘invite’?

invitation

100

What preposition do we add to ‘good / bad’ to talk about our abilities?

at (e.g. I am good at Math).

200

Which sport do you run around a track and jump over hurdles?

Track and field

200

What verb do you use with ball sports? (e.g. soccer, tennis, etc)

Play 

200

Complete this sentence:

On the train journey, we went ________ the tunnel.

through

200

A person who cannot make decisions easily

indecisive (adj)

300

Which sport is commonly played by women in Australia?

Netball

300

What verb do you use with Martial Arts?

Do (e.g. I do karate on Fridays)

300

I couldn’t get into my house because… (past perfect)

300

To describe something we throw away after we use it once or twice.

disposable

400

Which sport has a ‘bunker’?

Golf

400

In What structures do we use the past participle?

Present perfect, past perfect, passive voice

400

Use ‘I wish’ or ‘If only’ + past perfect to make a sentence to talk about regret

400

To find or learn something for the first time.

discover (v)

500

From the video 10 Most Unusual Sports from Around the World, what was the game called that involved tuk tuks?

Tuk tuk polo

500

What is the past participle of the verb ‘lead’? Use it to make a sentence.

Led. 

500

Make this sentence passive: Women invented many of the things we use everyday.

Many of the things we use every day were invented by women.

500

Describe what you understand of the word ‘eccentric’.

slightly strange, odd or unusual.

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