1. (sport) a. el fútbol. (m) means that a noun is masculine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol). (M) You need shin guards if you're going to play soccer.Necesitas espinilleras si vas a jugar al fútbol. b. el futbol.
Juego — I play. Juegas — You play. Juega — He/she plays. Jugamos — We play. Jugáis — You guys play. Juegan — They play. In the preterite tense, jugar is only irregular in the yo form, conjugated as yo jugué. Now we’re ready to look at a few examples: Juegan al fútbol en el parque todos los días. — They play soccer in the park every day.
Without speaking the language, the team plays well and understands me.” Said US Soccer Federation Vice President Sunil Gulati: “Bora’s fond of saying, ‘I don’t have to speak the language, I speak the language of football.’ He’s probably right.” How good is Christian Pulisic’s German speaking skills. Pretty good you’d have to ...
a. el fútbol. (m) means that a noun is masculine. Spanish nouns have a gender, which is either feminine (like la mujer or la luna) or masculine (like el hombre or el sol). (M) More people follow football than any other sport in the world.Más gente sigue el fútbol que cualquier otro deporte del mundo. b. el futbol.
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This isn’t surprising — he was something of a born transnationalist, eager to leave his little French village, diligent when learning German at school, and conscious of the importance of learning English if he wanted to make it in football. He now speaks French, German and English well, and understands Spanish, Italian and Japanese.
Luis Enrique Martínez García (Spanish pronunciation: [lwis enˈrike]; born 8 May 1970), known as Luis Enrique, is a Spanish professional football manager and former player. He is the current head coach of the Spain national team. A versatile player with good technique, he was capable of playing in several different positions, but usually ...
Galáctico – term used to describe a soccer or football star (Real Madrid’s effort to buy world class and famous stars like Figo, Beckam, Zidane, Ronaldo, and Robinho) Get stuck in – to make a hard tackle that sets a tone or makes a statement that your team is there to play. Goalaso – Spanish for incredible goal.