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Elementary Podcasts

Emily thinks Carolina should go and see Jamie's band play, but Carolina doesn't want to lie to her boss. Jo and Adam talk about the difference between 'good evening' and 'good night'.

Vocabulary Games – Actions

Do the exercises and learn the words for some common actions.

You're hired

Watch Daniel and Sarah make their presentations to see who can impress Philip and Marcia the most.


It's good to express your emotions but don't lose control!


Your Comments

20 November, 2017 - 07:11
Hello joca, English uses a range of ways to talk about the future and we usually distinguish between the present continuous ('...is going to a new...') and the 'going to' form ('...is going to go to...
20 November, 2017 - 07:11
Hello Yasser Azizi, It's hard to say what the sentence means without a clear context. The most likely meaning is an implied hypothetical: she would visit her mom if she had the time (but she does...
20 November, 2017 - 07:11
Hi Tim, Questions with the verb 'be' are formed with inversion and no additional auxiliary verb is needed. The question therefore is 'Was I there?'   Best wishes, Peter The LearnEnglish Team