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Describe A Sport That You Only Have Watched Before But Have Not Played Yourself IELTSCUECARDS-VINODSHARMAIELTS

Describe a sport that you only have watched before but have not played yourself. Introduction. Sports is something that everybody enjoys to play and watch. This really disconnects us from the real world and makes us totally engrossed in the game. Playing sports helps to strengthen our physical and mental strength while watching it also can give an adrenaline rush if the game reaches a tough competition. - What it is Here I am going to talk about football and it's my most favorite game all over the world and people are die hard fans of this game. In my country India people are cricket fans they enjoy playing and watching cricket and football is less played compared to cricket. - When you watched it. I am a cricket fan and I have played this game regularly since my childhood. Recently our city council decided to organize all outdoor games in the sports club and the motive was to promote sports so they included football teams from nearby towns. In summer all this games


πŸ”° Are there any special times I should use the?

❌ In USA this situation is totally different  
✅ In the USA this situation is totally different  

❌ The table shows number of people working in Britain in 1976.  
✅ The table shows the number or people working in Britain in 1976. 

❌  Your hairstyle is not same as mine. 
✅  Your hairstyle is not the same as mine. 

πŸ“ We use the
✅ with countries or places where the name refers to a group of islands or states: the United States, the Middle East, the United Arab Emirates, the UK
✅ with superlatives: the best, the longest, the highest
✅ with cardinal numbers: the first, the second, the third
✅ when there is only one in the world: the environment, the internet, the sun
✅ to refer to the only one in this particular area: the government, the police, the river
✅ in the phrase: the same as

πŸ“ We don't use the
❌ with a single country or place: America, England, China
❌ to talk about something in general. We use the plural if we are talking about something in general; we use the to identify one specific example. 

πŸ”˜ Compare:
πŸ”…People with reading difficulties often have problems with numbers.
πŸ”…The number eight is considered lucky in some countries.