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El rendimiento de la selección inglesa.

Yo tuve la suerte de ver todos los partidos de la selección inglesa en el mundial y quedé profundamente impresionado con su rendimiento. Gareth Southgate el director técnico de la Selección  excluyó casi todos los jugadores mas viejos y experimentados y para mi aquélla fue una decisión magnífica!! 

Para mi, el problema principal que la selección anterior inglesa tuvo es que a esos jugadores viejos y experimentados que tuvimos no les importó el éxito de Inglaterra en el fútbol internacional, al contrario; un gran parte de ellos fueron egocéntricos que persiguieron sólo la fama, el dinero y como ganar seguidores en sitios web como Instagram. Precisamente por esta razón, cada uno de ellos careció de pasión y el deseo de ganar partidos juntos en el equipo.

En comparación con esa generación anterior de jugadores, la actitud de los nuevos (todos jóvenes) no tiene nada que ver con la de la selección anterior. Creo que debido a la falta de egocéntricos que tenemos ahora en el equipo actual, la selección jugó tan bien en el copa mundial recien pasado. Y por eso estoy muy entusiasmado sobre el futuro de nuestra selección.

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The pronunciation contained some individual word pronunciation errors. Around 3-4 errors
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Imagen de Pedro Vazquez
I learn : portugués (Beginner)
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Muy buena lectura Edmund, observa los puntos que te envío por el mensaje de voz adjunto. Un saludo

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I learn : Francés (Beginner)
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seleccion - can't pinpoint but sometimes when you say this word there's something not completely right. As I say I'm not sure, maybe in the way you pronounce the double "c". Sometimes it's fine, other times you do something to the pronunciation, but it is minor, you would be understood either way! 

anterior - the "r" pronunciation is a bit strong. Again, it's minor, but maybe softening it a bit, rolling your "r" less, as it is at the end of the word rather than at the start or middle. I hope that makes sense?

un gran parte - una gran parte

internacional sounds like "enternacional" - remember in Spanish it's all short vowel sounds ;)

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