A Canadian woman talks about the most impressive game of ice hockey that she's ever seen.
Listen to the dialogue in the episode again. Try to write down what they say and then check with the answers below.
The most memorable game I (I've) ever watched was when, it was a couple of years ago when I was living in Vancouver at the time, and the Vancouver Canucks made the Stanley Cup playoffs, so that's the very last series of the game and they were going for the cup.
And it was game 7, so that's as many as you can go in a series, and it was so exciting, they made it to game 7, and um, I wasn't in the stadium, but downtown Vancouver threw this huge party, and there were screens up on the streets and everything was blocked off, and there was (were) thousands of people down there watching the game.
So, we all came together, it was really exciting, we all had our jerseys, I had a hat made out of paper mache, everyone was in a great mood, unfortunately they lost, um, but it was a great game, and it was just really great to see the team spirit within the city, um, and yeah it was absolutely amazing, it's an experience I will never forget.
Use a voice recorder to try to summarize what they said in the episode. You can use the questions and answers below to help.
The most memorable game for her was game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals when the Vancouver Canucks were playing.
No, she saw the game outside on TV in the streets of Vancouver.
There were thousands of people watching the game from the streets of Vancouver. It was like a great big party; the roads were blocked off, and people were watching the game on big screens around the city.
It was really exciting.
Many people were wearing Canucks jerseys, she was wearing a paper mache hat.
No, unfortunately they were beaten and they lost the Stanley Cup.