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Last week, the national football league kicked off. I’m supporting local team. So, I went to stadium for watching the first game. But they have lost.

自然な表現

Last week, the national football league kicked off. I’m supporting my local team. So, I went to the stadium to watch the first game. But they _ lost.

1. You must use an article (or a word like ‘my’, ‘his’ etc) before a singular countable noun.
2. We use ‘the’ when there is only one of something or when we are referring to a particular thing. (E.g. “I looked at the Moon. I used the Internet. The report was difficult to read on the small screen.”)
3. We use the present simple tense for something that is generally true or permanent, habits and facts. We use the present continuous for something that is happening now or around the time of speaking, or that is temporary.
4. Past simple tense required. There is no connection with the present.
Oh I see, I am sorry to hear that. What is the name of your local football team? Are they playing in J1?

I like Kashima Antlers. They are in J1. Last season, they couldn’t do to good performance. So, recently they did reinforcement players. But they didn’t win.

自然な表現

I like Kashima Antlers. They are in J1. Last season, they couldn’t do a good performance. So, recently they bought reinforcement players. But they didn’t win.

1. You must use an article (or a word like ‘my’, ‘his’ etc) before a singular countable noun.
2. Teams BUY or SIGN players.
I see, that sounds unfortunate. Why do you think they lost? Do you think that the new players aren't good enough?

The new players are not bad. I think new strategies didn’t much for them. They have new supervision, too. He don’t know style of players yet.

自然な表現

The new players are not bad. I think new strategies didn’t do much for them. They have a new coach, too. He doesn't know the style of the players yet.

1. Verb needed before 'much'.
2. Teams have a manager or coach.
3. 'Does' needed with third person ('he').
4, 5. We use ‘the’ when there is only one of something or when we are referring to a particular thing. (E.g. “I looked at the Moon. I used the Internet. The report was difficult to read on the small screen.”)
Oh I see, did the team get the new coach too? Do you think it's his fault for the team losing last week?

I don't know whether his policy is good. But the team condition is better than test much 2 weeks ago. I think they can do good performance next much. I believe it.

自然な表現

I don't know whether his policy is good. But the team condition is better than friendly test match 2 weeks ago. I think they can produce a good performance next match. I believe it.

1. We don't usually use the phrase 'test match' to refer to football. You may mean a pre-season friendly. Or perhaps a full league match?
2, 5. Spelling mistake.
3. Teams PRODUCE or DELIVER a performance.
4. You must use an article (or a word like ‘my’, ‘his’ etc) before a singular countable noun.
Oh, I see can you tell me about his policies in detail? Why did they change supervision and players? What will they get if they win the league?

Last year, they did not work well in defense and offensive.So, this season, they defended themselves and changed to a formation that would not miss any offensive opportunities. If they win the league, they get a lot of money. And you can compete in the Asian Champions League and compete with foreign teams.

自然な表現

Last year, they did not work well in defense and offense. _So, this season, they defended themselves and changed to a formation that would not miss any offensive opportunities. If they win the league, they get a lot of money. And you can compete in the Asian Champions League and compete with foreign teams.

1. 'Offensive' is an adjective. You need the noun here. In British English we say 'attack'.
2. Space needed before a new sentence.
  • doping(ドーピング)
  • talent(才能)
  • championship((名)選手権、決勝戦)
  • favorite(大好きな、お気に入りの)
  • inspiration(ひらめき、素晴らしい思い付き)
  • I can't believe she was caught doping.(彼女がドーピングで捕まったことが信じられません。)
  • You must have talent to become an athlete.(スポーツ選手になるには才能が必要です。)
  • I enjoy watching them because they always compete with passion.(彼らはいつも情熱をもって戦うので見ていて楽しい。)
  • I haven't missed a match in over ten years.(10年以上試合を見逃したことがない。)
  • Do you think our team will win the championship this year?(今年うちのチームは決勝戦で勝つと思う?)

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