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Test your understanding of the English lesson by answering these questions. You will get the answers and your score at the end of the quiz.
Cricket is a sport which involves:

How many players are there in a cricket team?

What is the leader of the cricket team called?

What is the person who hits the ball called?

What is the person who throws the ball called?

What is the name of the building used by the players?

If you're feeling "stumped", what does that mean?

If someone is "hit for six", what does that mean?

If you do something "off your own bat", what does that mean?

If someone has had a "good innings", what does that mean?


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10 Comments on “Learn about the sport of CRICKET: rules, vocabulary, culture, and more!”


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great work

Wednesday, July 10th 2019

Thank you so much

Wednesday, July 10th 2019

100℅ . I’m glad and also enjoyed the lesson a lot. :) . Thank you Gill. I admire your effort.

Wednesday, July 10th 2019

Good afternoon!
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Wednesday, July 10th 2019

I understand Gill, thanks.

Thursday, July 11th 2019

It was easy. I got 100% too. EngVid teachers are very talented overall.

Thursday, July 11th 2019

Cricket is not popular in Vietnam, so I felt quite difficult to understand, but you are a good teacher and your explaination is very clear and excited. I also felt difficult because the lesson is long. I have got 9/10, hope the next lesson is shorter. Thank GIll alot

Thursday, July 11th 2019

Thank you so much Gill!!!
I had no idea about the rules of cricket before your lesson. Now I think I would be able to watch and understand a cricket match ;)

Saturday, July 13th 2019

Nice work

Wednesday, July 24th 2019

Please do some more research on the answer for number 5. The person who throws the ball in cricket is referred to as the ‘Fielder’. Throwing the ball while delivering to a batsman would be illegal and an extra run to the batting side. its referred to as a ‘No Ball’

Tuesday, August 13th 2019
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