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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #97939: Sports- Vocabulary
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    Sports- Vocabulary


    1. Sports
    Erratum : basketball, volleyball, weightlifting (in the video)

    2. Sporting goods

     (swimming) goggles swimming capflippers
    boxing gloves
     riding helmet
     golf club sneakers / trainers

    Exercise : Choose the right word.

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    1. To play badminton, we need a , not a ball.
    2. In most swimming pools, wearing a is necessary.
    3. When we see a man wearing a kimono, we can be sure that he practises .
    4. Called '', as well as 'track and field', it's a combination of several sports such as running and throwing.
    5. The objective of is to shoot an arrow and make it go as close as possible to the center of a target.
    6. Generally, men use dumbbells when they practise .
    7. It's better to be tall if you want to play .
    8. In this sport, you can fight with a sword, a foil or a sabre. I'm talking about .
    9. A is a specific helmet, which protects you if you fall from a horse.
    10. A is a support facilitating the shooting of a ball. It's especially used by golf players.

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