37982404-Word-Power-in-15-Minutes-a-Day

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Unformatted text preview: T O A H H C H Q G M K I Q N B J K I K G B T W G E D T G Q R B F K W G N K X A R U A B C O T V L V O G I J S O A H L B A A K Z F W N G O N K T U T X U Q K V O C D I U O S B Y L J K E D R X E B O L N E C E Z S P O V T H A H P J T Z T R Y D F K R S D S B H Q T R G T E M E K N C D R O A D R A G E I D Q H F F D C R C S A B O A T A A N Y D C C D R B I O D Q M A V R V Z K L E S S O N 23 words from the sports arena One man practicing sportsmanship is better than a hundred teaching it. KNUTE ROCKNE (1888–1931) LEGENDARY FOOTBALL COACH This lesson focuses on words from the world of sports, many of which are used both on and off the playing field. IT’S OFTEN SAID that the language of sports is universal. Every city and village has its favorite team; every nation has its favorite sport; and international competitions, like the Olympics, are extraordinarily popular the world over. In addition to a sense of community pride that cheering for a team promotes, perhaps the best reason sports are so popular is that fans of all ages can imagine themselves...
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