Magda will finish her degree soon and wants to work in London as an architect.

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Language level

Intermediate: B1


Thanks for the activities, all of them are great to improve a bit every day!!.



I want to ask about the meaning of task 2 "let it drop! , I don't want to talk about it"

thank you

Hello Hafa_96,

The phase 'let it drop' means 'don't continue with that topic'. We can also say 'drop the subject' with the same meaning.

We normally use these phrases when a particular topic is uncomfortable, embarrassing or irritating for some reason.



The LearnEnglish Team

Hello, and in this talk, everyone sounds busy or hurry, or urgent. But being too busy is not good, I think. In my language, Japanese, Kanji charcter representing "busy" writes "heart lost", which symbolizes that getting busy makes your heart or considérations lost! So, take it easy and calm down, take a breath deeply first...

Tomoaki, you are right, but here in Europe, the social culture, the people behaviour are so different than Japan. People here are very busy and stressed!
I admire your social culture, the way you (japanese) think and behave!

Fadi said: "I’ll just let it drop". What does this mean? Can anyone tell me please? Thanks!

Hello Steven Bui,

The phrase 'let something drop' in this context means to accept that you can't or shouldn't react to it any further. Fadi is saying that the best option in his situation is to let the situation with Harry resolve itself.


Best wishes,


The LearnEnglish Team

Thank you very much!