Joe the 4-year-old nephew - is he a pest or just a sweet little boy?

Do the Preparation task first. Then listen to the audio. Next go to each Task and do the activity. If you need help, you can read the Transcript at any time.

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Hello Amy,
If you look down the page, you can see that Helen already answered this question on May 24th.
Best wishes,
Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

Task 4 is difficult for me.Help me,please!!!!!

Hello bella
Are you having problems because the exercise is too difficult? Or is it that you are not sure what to do?
All the verbs in Task 4 are used in the episode, so if you look through the transcript you should be able to find them. When you do, think about the meaning of the sentence and look at the other words they are used with. This should help you work out the answers to Task 4.
Does this answer your question?
I hope it helps
All the best
helen
The Learn English Team

Hi, could you please explain when we say " come here" and when we should say " come over here".
Thanks

hi
pls clear the meaning of  "what's he up to" when olivia said in last sentance

Hello rkouhestani
When Olivia says what's he up to she means what is he doing, but using up to rather than doing tells us that she thinks Joe is probably doing something naughty.
There's a good explanation of in the Cambridge Dictionaries Online. Just type up to in the box to the right of this page and click on Look it up. Then choose "up to preposition DOING" from the list. If you have any questions after reading that page, just let us know in the comments section.’
I hope this helps
All the best
helen

Joe is like my little brother.

 knowledge gaining.

hello
I don't know why the sentences in all tasks do not appear
so i cannot answer the questions

Hello,
Can you tell me which tasks don't have all the sentences? I will try to fix it, but I need to know exactly which part of the page has a problem. I don't see any problems on my computer, so you need to explain where you don't see sentences.
Best wishes,
Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

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