Series 1 Episode 1 - Meeting Friends

 

In this first episode our friends meet up in a café.

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thank you for this episode
i have learn a lot of things
and i've answer the taskes 1 and 2 and 4 But The tasks 3 i didn't ansewr be couse i didn't know how ?

Hello lyounsi,

You have to type either 'anyone' or 'someone' into the gaps in Task 3. For an explanation of how these two words work, see our indefinite pronouns page. And by the way, you can see the answers for any exercise by clicking on the Finish button (instead of Check Answers).

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

May I know the meaning of Olivia's the first joking ''Well, wait here long enough, most of London will come in'' Please?

Hello Vicitta Lingara,

When Olivia says this, she is saying that if Johnny stands there long enough then he will be able to meet almost anyone... even if it takes several years!  It's funny because of the exaggeration.

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

I’m supposed to be meeting someone.??? what does suppose to be means ?

Hello kshahab235,

You can find definitions and examples of 'be supposed to' in our dictionary - see the searchbox under Cambridge Dictionaries Online on the lower right side of the page. Note that the meaning used here is the second one (intended).

Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

hi everyone !
i have a question ! i noticed that in some sentences the word ( here ) comes with the proposition (in) & sometimes not ! when should i use the proposition exactly ?
Thanks !

Hi Bobbos,

It would be easier to answer your question if you included an example sentence, but I think the answer to your question is simply that 'in' is used in its normal way - to show we are talking about inside. For example:

Come here. [This means 'come to this place'.]

Come in here. [This means 'come inside this place (a building, a room etc)'.]

I hope that answers your question. If not, please reply and provide an example of the kind of sentence you are confused about.

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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