Emotional Health and Sportsmanship: A Thrilling Experience

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To be less depressed and lonely than other people.

  • An almost immediate bond with one another.
  • Supporting their hometown team even if they are no longer in the same place.

The writer thinks that it’s a way to enjoy a deeply emotional and thrilling experience without any risk. For example, they can express themselves in a way.


  1. Relaxation
  2. Excellent
  3. Guidance
  4. Recognizable
  5. Successful
  6. Knowledgeable
  7. Enjoyable

1) Having positive self-esteem is good for your emotional health.

2) Sportsmanship is important when playing a game.

3) People often flee their homes when it becomes very dangerous.

4) Wow! This looks stunning.

5) Michael can’t help looking at her. He likes her very much.

6) Can you see which runner is in the lead?

3) Disappointed, the football team, communicate, maths, winner expenses.

  1. My brother is knowledgeable about sport.
  2. Beach volleyball didn’t receive recognition as an official Olympic sport (by the Olympic Committee) until 1996.
  3. Simon is one of our accomplished graduates.
  4. We found watching the game really enjoyable.
  5. Don’t worry. Next time, you’ll be successful.
  6. He excels at whatever he does.

2) Tell … apart, beat, sit....out, move, language barrier, gift.

3) Accomplishments, hold...back, gift, defeat, willpower, devotes, put up a fight, stunning.

  1. I had the opportunity to go to the party, but I didn’t.
  2. Sam should exercise more.
  3. You should leave immediately.
  4. We didn’t find Amy in the crowd.
  5. I’m sure Rita saw us at the game.
  6. It’s not a good idea to carry so much cash when travelling.
  7. Isabella doesn’t need to help us.

2) Can’t solve, shouldn’t feed, would have helped, shouldn’t have said, might have gone, must have forgotten.

3) Can’t use this without my permission, shouldn’t have cycled, wearing a helmet, we meet next week, must have lied to us, can’t be a true story, I use your phone.

  1. Must have left, mustn’t go, could have finished, May … read, must go, should have told, would have gone

6) 1. He shouldn’t have eaten so much last night. 2. He must have left you our pet. 3. They may have forgotten about the birthday. 4. It might rain tonight. 5. You don’t have to hurry.

6) 1. He should have worn a helmet. 2. It must have rained last night. 3. I would have visited you. 4. No one can beat him. 5. You may use it now. 6. You mustn’t be late.

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