Dialog Bahasa Inggris tentang Olahraga “Sports Conversation” Lengkap dengan Terjemahan dan Pembahasan Materi serta Latihan Soal

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Dialog Bahasa Inggris tentang Olahraga "Sports Conversation" Lengkap dengan Terjemahan dan Pembahasan Materi serta Latihan Soal

Dialog Bahasa Inggris tentang Olahraga “Sports Conversation” Lengkap dengan Terjemahan dan Pembahasan Materi serta Latihan Soal


Dialog 1

Situation: Sam and Gina go to a football match.
Situasi: Sam dan Gina pergi ke pertandingan sepak bola.

Sam: Hi, how are you? Ready to go?
Sam: Hai, apa kabar? Siap untuk berangkat?

Gina: Yes ready to go and really excited.
Gina: Ya siap untuk pergi dan sangat bersemangat.

Sam: It should be a good match and a great atmosphere.
Sam: Seharusnya pertandingan yang bagus dan suasana yang hebat.

Gina: Yes. It’s always good when the local football team plays at home.
Gina: Ya. Itu selalu bagus ketika tim sepakbola lokal bermain di kandang.

Sam: I love being able to walk to the stadium with all the other supporters.
Sam: Aku suka bisa berjalan ke stadion dengan semua pendukung lainnya.

Gina: Everyone is excited and hoping that the team will win.
Gina: Semua orang bersemangat dan berharap tim akan menang.

Sam: It’s good to see all the scarves and football shirts.
Sam: Senang melihat semua syal dan kaos sepak bola.

Gina: And then when we get here to the turnstile and get into the ground with our ticket. I’m so excited about this match.
Gina: Dan kemudian ketika kita sampai di sini ke pintu putar dan masuk ke lapangan dengan tiket kita. Saya sangat gembira tentang pertandingan ini.

Sam: It is also good to be able to sit in the same seats each time as we have the season tickets.
Sam: Baik juga bisa duduk di kursi yang sama setiap kali kita memiliki tiket musim ini.

Gina: Yes we are lucky. We have a great view from here.
Gina: Ya kita beruntung. Kita memiliki pandangan yang bagus dari sini.

Sam: Great the referee is about to blow the whistle to start the match.
Sam: Hebat wasit akan meniup peluit untuk memulai pertandingan.

Gina: Let’s cheer loudly to support the team so they will hopefully win.
Gina: Mari bersorak untuk mendukung tim sehingga mereka mudah-mudahan menang.


Pembahasan Materi

Simak kalimat bergaris tebal di bawah ini tentang Olahraga yang nantinya dapat kalian gunakan dalam percakapan/ dialog sehari-hari:

  • Sam: It should be a good match and a great atmosphere.
  • Gina: Yes. It’s always good when the local football team plays at home.
  • Sam: I love being able to walk to the stadium with all the other supporters.
  • Gina: Everyone is excited and hoping that the team will win.
  • Sam: It’s good to see all the scarves and football shirts.
  • Gina: And then when we get here to the turnstile and get into the ground with our ticket. I’m so excited about this match.
  • Sam: It is also good to be able to sit in the same seats each time as we have the season tickets.
  • Gina: Yes we are lucky. We have a great view from here.
  • Sam: Great the referee is about to blow the whistle to start the match.
  • Gina: Let’s cheer loudly to support the team so they will hopefully win.

Dialog 2

Situation: Sam, Budi, and Jack discuss the popular sport.
Situasi: Sam, Budi, dan Jack mendiskusikan olahraga populer.

Budi: Did you enjoy the football match you went to at the weekend, Sam?
Budi: Apakah kamu menikmati pertandingan sepak bola yang kamu datangi di akhir pekan, Sam?

Sam: Yes. I always love going to watch football.
Sam: Ya. Aku selalu suka menonton sepak bola.

Budi: Even when the local team loses?
Budi: Bahkan ketika tim lokal kalah?

Sam: Not as much but yes I still enjoy the atmosphere in the ground and everyone singing and chanting together.
Sam: Tidak banyak tapi ya Aku masih menikmati suasana di lapangan dan semua orang bernyanyi dan bersorak bersama.

Jack: How often do you go to watch them play?
Jack: Seberapa sering kamu menonton mereka bermain?

Sam: I go to all the home matches and a few away ones. Do you like football?
Sam: Aku pergi ke semua pertandingan kandang dan beberapa laga tandang. Apa kamu suka sepakbola?

Jack: Yes I like football – American football. I do not like soccer so much.
Jack: Ya Aku suka sepakbola – sepak bola Amerika. Aku tidak terlalu suka sepak bola.

Budi: Do you go to American football games when you are at home, Jack?
Budi: Apakah kamu pergi ke pertandingan sepak bola Amerika ketika kamu di rumah, Jack?

Jack: No. I live too far away from my team. It’s in a different state.
Jack: Tidak. Aku tinggal terlalu jauh dari timku. Itu dalam daerah yang berbeda.

Budi: That’s a shame.
Budi: Sayang sekali.

Jack: Do you like American football?
Jack: Apakah kamu menyukai sepak bola Amerika?

Budi: No I haven’t watched it. English and Spanish football teams are very popular in Indonesia.
Budi: Tidak, Aku belum menontonnya. Tim sepak bola Inggris dan Spanyol sangat populer di Indonesia.

Sam: Why is that?
Sam: Mengapa demikian?

Budi: Because that is where the best players are, and everyone wants to watch them.
Budi: Karena disitulah pemain terbaik, dan semua orang ingin menontonnya.

Pembahasan Materi

Simak kalimat bergaris tebal di bawah ini tentang Olahraga yang nantinya dapat kalian gunakan dalam percakapan/ dialog sehari-hari:

  • Budi: Did you enjoy the football match you went to at the weekend, Sam?
  • Sam: Yes. I always love going to watch football.
  • Budi: Even when the local team loses?
  • Sam: Not as much but yes I still enjoy the atmosphere in the ground and everyone singing and chanting together.
  • Jack: How often do you go to watch them play?
  • Sam: I go to all the home matches and a few away ones. Do you like football?
  • Jack: Yes I like football – American football. I do not like soccer so much.
  • Budi: Do you go to American football games when you are at home, Jack?
  • Jack: No. I live too far away from my team. It’s in a different state.
  • Jack: Do you like American football?
  • Budi: No I haven’t watched it. English and Spanish football teams are very popular in Indonesia.
  • Budi: Because that is where the best players are, and everyone wants to watch them.

Latihan Soal 1

Fill in the Blanks
This first sports conversation needs you to fill in the gaps by choosing the correct option (A-D) form the following questions.

Situation: Tomy and Gina decide what sort of sport to do.

Tomy: I need to get fit and lose some weight.

Gina: That’s a good idea. __________1___________?

Tomy: Yes sure. What sort of sport do want to do to get exercise?

Gina: I’m not sure. I used to play tennis when I was a school.

Tomy: I’ve never played tennis. ___________2___________?

Gina: At the university’s sports center, but we have to book the time to use it.

Tomy: ___________3___________? We can do that whenever we want to.

Gina: Yes we could go on the running track or just use the pavement next to the road.

Tomy: Do you like cycling?

Gina: Yes it’s good and faster than running.

Tomy: I have a friend ___________4____________. We could join his cycling club to meet other people interested in it.

Gina: That would be fun if we could do the sport with lots of other people.

Tomy: Great. When do you want to start?

Gina: ___________5___________?

Tomy: No, not tonight. It looks as if it might start to rain.

Gina: Ok. We’ll wait until it’s good weather.


Choose the best option (A-D) in the following five questions to fill in the blanks in the sports conversation given above.

1) Which option is the best to fill in the first blank?
A) Can I join you?
B) That sounds crazy.
C) Really.
D) What will you do?

2) Which option is the best to fill in the second blank?
A) What equipment will we need?
B) Were you any good?
C) Where is there a court we could use?
D) I do not like tennis.

3) Which option is the best to fill in the third blank?
A) What about playing football?
B) What about playing cricket?
C) What about playing basketball?
D) What about going running?

4) Which option is the best to fill in the fourth blank?
A) who goes cycling every weekend?
B) who is good at the long jump?
C) who never does any exercise?
D) who watches cycling on the television?

5) Which option is the best to fill in the fifth blank?
A) Do you want to start at the weekend?
B) How about going running now?
C) How often do you want to do exercise?
D) Will you help me if I get tired?


Latihan Soal 2

Conversation Topics
In this exercise, there are two sets of 5 questions each. One set is for you and the other is for your friend. Take turns to ask each other questions from the two sets. Once finished you can swap questions and have another conversation. These questions are just a starting point, you should expand on them and ask further questions if you think of them. Try to speak as much as possible.

Question set A

  1. Do you like to play sport?
  2. How often do you play sport?
  3. Would you like to be a professional athlete?
  4. Do you like to watch sport on the television?
  5. Who do you normally play sport with?

Question set B

  1. What sort of sport is your favorite?
  2. Why do you play sport?
  3. Have you ever been to a sporting event?
  4. What does a person have to do to become a professional athlete?
  5. What do you think is the most dangerous sport?

Sports Vocabulary List with Definitions

  • American football: An American game where a ball is thrown forward to other players. (noun)
  • Athletics: A sport related to physical activity, such as running, jumping or throwing. (noun)
  • Away: The team that is playing sport at the ground/field of the other team. (adjective)
  • Badminton: A game played with rackets, a high net, and a shuttlecock. (noun)
  • Baseball: An American game where a ball has to be hit with a bat. (noun)
  • Basketball: An American game where a ball has to be bounced on the floor and thrown through a hoop. (noun)
  • Bat: A thin long object that is held and used to hit another object, often a ball. (noun)
  • Baton: A stick that has to be carried to the end of a race by a group of participants. (noun)
  • Boxing: A sport where two people hit each other and try to win the fight. (noun)
  • Boxing ring: A square area with ropes around it in which a boxing match takes place. (noun)
  • Captain: The member of a team that is in charge of all the other players while playing the sport. (noun)
  • Car racing: A contest to see which car is the fastest or which is the best car driver. (noun)
  • Club (1): A long stick with a small but heavy head that is used to hit balls in some sports. (noun)
  • Club (2): A group of people all interested in playing the same sport together. (noun)
  • Coach: The person responsible for making sure a team or individual is ready to play a sport. (noun)
  • Court: An area in which a sport is played, and which the sport should not leave. (noun)
  • Cricket: A British game where a bat is used to hit a ball. (noun)
  • Crowd: A group of people together in one place (who are watching sport). (noun)
  • Cue: A long thin wooden stick used to hit the balls in snooker. (noun)
  • Cycling: A sport that uses bicycles, often in races. (noun)
  • Darts: A game of skill where a sharp pointed metal stick is thrown at a target on a wall. (noun)
  • Diving: To jump into the water from a high platform while performing tricks. (noun)
  • Equipment: The things that are needed to be able to play a sport. (noun)
  • Exercise: To do sport for health benefits rather than trying to win. (noun)
  • Football: A team game where the feet are used to kick a ball. (Called soccer in America.) (noun)
  • Fun: To enjoy doing something. (adjective)
  • Game: A single occasion of playing a sport. (Similar to a match.) (noun)
  • Golf: A game in which a club is used to hit a small ball into a hole in the ground. (noun)
  • Grandstand: A building full of seats for people to sit and watch a sport being played. (noun)
  • Ground: The place where a sport is played, e.g. football ground. (noun)
  • Gymnastics: A sporting contest about performing exercises. (noun)
  • Helmet: A form of protection worn on the head to prevent injuries. (noun)
  • Hockey: A game where a stick is used to hit a small ball. (noun)
  • Home: The team that is playing sport at its own ground/field. (adjective)
  • Hoop: A circular shape that a basketball has to be passed through. (noun)
  • Horseracing: A sport where horses are ridden by jockeys trying to win a race. (noun)
  • Ice-hockey: A game played on ice where a small disk is hit with a stick. (noun)
  • Jockey: The person who rides a horse in horse races. (noun)
  • Long-jump: A contest where the participants try to jump as far as possible. (noun)
  • Manager: The person who organizes how, when and where a team or individual will play a sport. (noun)
  • Marathon: A running race that is just over 26 miles long. (noun)
  • Match: A single occasion of playing a sport. (Similar to a game.) (noun)
  • Motorsport: Races between cars, motorbikes or anything else with an engine on land. (noun)
  • Net: A barrier between the participants over which an object has to passed. (noun)
  • Olympics: A very large sporting contest held every four years in which most countries take part. (noun)
  • Opponent: The other person or team in a sporting contest. (noun)
  • Para-Olympics: An Olympic contest for people with disabilities. (noun)
  • Participants: The people who take part in or play sports. (noun)
  • Pitch: The area in which a match has to be played. (noun)
  • Play: To do a sport. (verb)
  • Player: A person who does sport. (noun)
  • Playing field: An outside area that is used to play a sport. (noun)
  • Pole-vault: A contest where a long stick is used to try to jump as high as possible. (noun)
  • Race: A contest where the participants have to get to the end as fast as possible. (noun)
  • Racket: An object with a large head that is used to hit another object, often a ball. (noun)
  • Referee: The person in charge of making sure the rules are followed. (Similar to an umpire.) (noun)
  • Relay: A race where several people run as a team by taking turns and passing a baton. (noun)
  • Rugby: A British game where hands are used to pass a ball backwards to other team members. (noun)
  • Running: To move as fast as possible. (noun)
  • Season ticket: A ticket that lets you attend all the matches a team plays. (noun)
  • Shuttlecock: The cone-shaped object used in badminton. (noun)
  • Skiing: Using skis to move over snow quickly. (noun)
  • Skis: Two long flat pieces of material attached to the feet used to slide over snow. (noun)
  • Snooker: A game played on a table where a cue is used to hit balls into pockets. (noun)
  • Snowboard: A long and wide piece of material attached to the feet used to slide over snow. (noun)
  • Snowboarding: Using a snowboard to move over snow and perform tricks. (noun)
  • Soccer: A team game where the feet are used to kick a ball. (Name used in America.) (noun)
  • Spectator: Someone who watches sport. (noun)
  • Sports center: A large building in which people can do different sports. (noun)
  • Sport: A comparison that involves physical activity. (noun)
  • Squash: A game played inside a court where rackets are used to hit a small ball against a wall. (noun)
  • Stadium: The building that surrounds a pitch where sports are played. (noun)
  • Supporter: Someone who follows a specific team. (noun)
  • Swim: To move through the water. (noun)
  • Table tennis: A game played on a table with small rackets and balls. (noun)
  • Team: A group of people who play sport together against another group. (noun)
  • Tennis: A game played on a court where a racket is used to hit a ball over a net. (noun)
  • Tournament: A group of matches used to find the best team or individual at that sport. (noun)
  • Track: The path that a race has to follow. (noun)
  • Turnstile: A gate that lets only one person through at a time. (noun)
  • Umpire: The person in charge of making sure the rules are followed. (Similar to a referee.) (noun)
  • Winter sports: Sports that need either snow or ice to be undertaken. (noun)
  • World Cup: A big football (soccer) tournament held every four years. (noun)

Latihan Soal 3

Choose the correct definition for the sports vocabulary in this quiz.

1) What is the definition of Bat?
A) The member of a team that is in charge of all the other players while playing the sport.
B) The things that are needed to be able to play a sport.
C) A thin long object that is held and used to hit another object, often a ball.
D) A game in which a club is used to hit a small ball into a hole in the ground.

2) What is the definition of Darts?
A) A game of skill where a sharp pointed metal stick is thrown at a target on a wall.
B) A single occasion of playing a sport. (Similar to a match.)
C) A square area with ropes around it in which a boxing match takes place.
D) Sport-related to physical activity, such as running, jumping or throwing.

3) What is the definition of Marathon?
A) The person who organizes how, when and where a team or individual will play a sport.
B) The other person or team in a sporting contest.
C) A contest where a long stick is used to try to jump as high as possible.
D) A running race that is just over 26 miles long.

4) What is the definition of Net?
A) A barrier between the participants over which an object has to pass.
B) To move as fast as possible.
C) A long and wide piece of material attached to the feet used to slide over snow.
D) An object with a large head that is used to hit another object, often a ball.

5) What is the definition of Table tennis?
A) Sports that need either snow or ice to be undertaken.
B) A gate that lets only one person through at a time.
C) A game played on a table with small rackets and balls.
D) A team game where the feet are used to kick a ball. (Called soccer in America.)


Sports Reading Comprehension Passage

There are many different kinds of sports that are undertaken by a wide variety of different people. Some people do sport for their career and other people purely do sport for enjoyment and recreation. Some sports, like cricket, require the use of a lot of equipment, while others need very little in order to successfully play a game in that sport. Some people use public playing fields to play a sport for free, while other sports such as squash, tennis, badminton and table tennis are usually paid for on an hourly basis in the comfort of a local leisure center.

Most sports are played with a round object often known as a ball. Some sports use more than one ball and snooker is one of the unique sports that make use of a number of balls while being played. The game itself is often controlled by an impartial individual known as an umpire in cricket and a referee in sports like football and rugby. Most sports have a duration of not more than a few hours, however, some athletic tournaments can last for up to a week and a game of cricket can be five days in duration before a winner is announced.

Some people prefer to watch sport. This can either be done by going to a stadium, a local leisure center, park or on the television. It is often cheaper to watch sport from the comfort of a person’s home than to visit the stadium or a special event. Some sports, such as football and cricket, are really popular in the United Kingdom but not in the USA. In the USA people often play basketball and baseball. However, most countries put aside time to compete in world sporting events such as the football world cup or the Olympics, which occur every four years.

Nowadays, people who suffer from any kind of disability are also encouraged to participate in sport and most sports equipment is adapted to suit the needs of a disabled person. This means the sport is something that can be enjoyed no matter the physical ability of the person. The para-Olympics takes place a week after the main event and it is equally popular. Participation in the sporting activity is encouraged by doctors and at schools, given the beneficial impact it has on the health of the individual that participates, and it is for this reason and the competitive nature of individuals that sport remains a very popular activity worldwide.


Latihan Soal 4

Reading comprehension questions that go with the above reading passage.

1) Which sport requires the use of a lot of equipment?
A) Football
B) Athletics
C) Cricket
D) Rugby

2) What sport is popular in the United Kingdom?
A) Baseball
B) Cricket
C) Basketball
D) Athletics

3) What sport is popular in the United States?
A) Cricket
B) Baseball
C) Football
D) Squash

4) What sport can last longer than a day in duration?
A) Football
B) Baseball
C) Rugby
D) Cricket

5) How often is the Olympics held?
A) Every year
B) Every two years
C) Every four years
D) Every day

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