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Women's football

Joe visits the Tottenham Hotspur Football Club to watch the Ladies Academy side compete and to learn more about women’s football in England. Will they win?

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Intermediate: B1


Thank you for your comment Kirk ! And have a nice weekend :)

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Hello Teachers ,

Unfortunately I couldn't find the proper meaning of 'feel' for what Kitty says : I had goose bumps from the secnd one . It felt so good , in the Cambridge Online Dictionary . Anyway I found it in another dictionary and I think I've got the idea of what Kitty says .
And if I write down the 'full size' of the second part I suppose it should be like this : It felt so good that I scored the second goal or It felt so good to score the second goal .
Would you tell me if I'm right , please ?

Thank you ,

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Hello iliya_b,

In 'it felt so good', 'feel' simply means 'experience a sensation or emotion', and yes, Kitty means that scoring the second goal made her happy.

Best wishes,
The LearnEnglish Team

hello .what dose goose bumps mean?

Hi ali49,

You can find 'goosebumps' in our dictionary - see the Cambridge Dictionaries Online search box below on the right.

Best wishes,
The LearnEnglish Team

Hello Sir,
Does the sentence, 'We are a few minutes from the stadium' mean that it would take us a few minutes to reach the stadium from where we are now?


Yes, you're absolutely correct!

Best wishes,

The LearnEnglish Team


I Loved this conversation exactly! ;)

the level of the women's football is rising, on my country, the women each day there is more players.