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Anticipation: A baseball player making a pitch...

Anticipation: A baseball player making a pitch prepares for the action by moving his arm back. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

1) Why is baseball popular?
2) Why hasn’t baseball taken off around the world in the way soccer has?
3) Why has baseball been axed at the 2012 Olympics?
4) Why is the World Series so named when countries from only two nations participate?
5) Is baseball interesting without statistics?
6) Who is the best baseball player ever?
7) Which is better, baseball or American football?
8) Do you know the origins of baseball?
9) What would it take for baseball to be accepted as a popular sport all around the world?
10) Is there any difference between American, Japanese or Cuban baseball?

 

 

1) How important is baseball in your country?
2) How can players be allowed to fight and punch the umpires in baseball without being sent off?
3) Why do baseball players need a giant glove to catch a ball?
4) Are there any rules in baseball you would like to see changed?
5) Don’t you think baseball is a boring game of throwing a ball that someone either hits with a bat or misses?
6) What is the most skillful thing about pitching or striking a ball?
7) Do baseball players get paid too much money?
8) How long would it take a baseball beginner to learn the rules and vocabulary?
9) Would you like to be a famous baseball player?
10) What is the best baseball team ever?

 

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Posted September 25, 2012 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

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