When watching the World Cup, if you've always wondered how to yell "that was a horrible call" in Portuguese now you can: "Essa of uma decisao horrivel."
Language Weaver, an automated translation service based in California, has come up with an international list of phrases for soccer fans. They have translated 25 frequently used phrases by fans into 11 different languages.
"Over 25 billion people in 32 countries are going to be captivated by this year's tournament for the World Cup, but they may be hampered by their ability to communicate in multiple languages at any one time," the company's CEO Mark Tapling said in a release.
"Through translation, we are hoping to bring together fans from around the globe by enabling them to more easily communicate while watching the World Cup."
And what can you learn to communicate?
Some of the phrases include yelling at refs, such as, "Give the ref a jersey," or "That's got to be a penalty."
Maybe you want to encourage your own team. Then you'd turn to phrases like, "Solid defence," "kick it long," "take a shot," or if things aren't going your way, "second half should be better."
The phrases can be found on the company's website and come in English, French, Spanish, German, Danish, Dutch, Japanese, Italian, Korean, Brazilian and Portuguese.