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Sports verbs

Verbos deportes en pasado simple

QuestionAnswer
To beat Vencer, ganar (a alguien) Ej. He beat you easely
To bowl Hacer rodar, jugar a los bolos Ej. He bowled ten fast balls
To catch Coger, atrapar Ej. He caught the ball before it crossed the líne.
To cheat Hacer trampas, cometer fraude Ej. He cheated by taking steroids.
To compete Competir Ej. She has competed in all the London marathons.
To draw Empatar Ej. Neither of the teams won the game.
To dribble Driblar Ej. She dribbled the ball into the goal.
To give up Parar, dejar de hacer Ej. He gave up playing basketball because he has to study.
To get fit Ponerse en forma Ej. She got fit going to the gym last year.
To head Cabecear, golpear con la cabeza Ej. Owen headed the ball into the back of the net.
To hit Golpear Ej. He hit the ball over the wall.
To jog Correr (rodar) despacio Ej. He jogs to work every morning.
To jump Saltar Ej. He jumped very high.
To kick Golpear con el pie, patear, dar una patada Ej. He kicks the ball very strongl
To lose Perder Ej. They have lost every match this season
To pass Pasar ej. She passed me the ball quite well and I scored.
To play Jugar ej. He couldn`t play because of an injury
To race Competir ej. Michael Schumaker had been racing for many years before he retired.
To ride Montar a caballo ej. She rode verry well.
To risk Arriesgar ej. Your team risked too much and they lost.
To run Correr ej. They ran together for a mile.
To sail Navegar ej. That sailor sailed in a big ship.
To score marcar, puntuar, encestar ej. When he scored the crowd went wild.
To skate Patinar: ej. They skated past the finish line.
To ski Esquiar ej. She was only happy when she was skiing
To sprint (To run as fast as you can over a short distance) Esprintar ej. He sprinted over the finish line.
To swim Nadar ej. He swam as fast as he could.
To tackle Placar, agarrar ej. He was booked when he tackled the goal keeper.
To knock out Tumbar, golpear y tirar ej. He was knocked out in the first round.
To take part in Participar ej. I took part in a race or competition.
To take up Empezar ( una actividad ) ej. He took up playing rugby last week.
To throw Lanzar, arrojar ej. He threw the ball very fast.
To tie Empatar ej. They tied 1:1.
To warm up Calentar ej. They warmed up before the match.
To win Ganar ej. They won the match.
Created by: SportSaraLauzara