The  2016 Summer Olympics will be held in Rio de Janeiro. It will be the 28th edition, as the first Olympics were organized in 1896.  This year’s Olympics have many firsts. They will be the first Olympic Games in history to be held in South America. Additionally, despite being the summer games, the Rio Olympics will be the first to be held during the host country’s wintertime. It is a very exciting time indeed and an excellent occasion to meet and interact with people from all over the world who share a love of sports. After all, that is what the Olympics are all about–creating connections between people that have no boundaries or borders. 

To aid you in getting the most of this years Olympics, we’ve decided to create a survival guide for the olympic games including phrases to comment on the various sporting events and hold conversations with people from all over the world.

Survival Guide for the Olympic Games in Rio

 survival guide for the Olympic Games

The vocabulary associated with the Olympics is extremely specialized. It tends not to be the only priority when first learning a foreign language. However, with the most recent Olympics coming up, learning a few Olympic terms is a great way to converse with natives of the language. This is why we decided to fill in the gap with this guide.

 This survival guide for the Olympic Games has everything you need to know to start discussing the Olympics and its various games in English, Spanish , German, Italian and Portuguese. Best of all, it ‘s free! Whether you are heading to Brazil to attend the Olympics in 2016 or watching the games from your home country , there’s a good chance that you will want to discuss the events with tourists , foreign friends, language partners or people you will meet. With our survival guide for the Olympic Games, learn the specific vocabulary in several languages, make connections, communicate and have fun!

Start learning phrases for the Olympics now by downloading your survival guide in PDF format!

Conversation Phrasebook to 2016 Olympics

Happy learning and may the best country win! 🙂