In the final episode of this season, find out about Magda's new job and how Sarah deals with her intrusive landlord. Harry has some surprising news and Johnny has a big decision.
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Adjective + noun collocations
Match the halves to make common adjective + noun collocations.
Complete the colloquial expressions with a word from the box.
Adjective endings: -ed and -ing
Read the sentences and select the one with the correct adjective.
Read the sentences and choose 'a/an' or 'the' or ' - ' (no article) to fill in the gaps.
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oo it's so great: )
i am from georgia and sdutents of the "ilia State University" so this university situeted in Tbilisi.
.What is the role of Adjective endings: -ed and -ing
Welcome to LearnEnglish! Don't forget we have a search box on each page. If you enter Adjectives ed ing in the search box, you'll get lots of results with pages talking about these adjectives, including our main grammar page about them.
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I think get a job in our country is pleasant because we can live together with our family. Getting a job in a board is a great experience, we can have new family and new friends from other culture. But, it is just for a while. However live in our home is more pleasant than others home.
i am interesting to improve my english.
Please,will you explain to me what this sentense means: it was going to work out". Is it the same as "Everything was going to be settled"?
What does the sentence "makes two of you" in this episode mean?
Maybe "Both of you have good news".
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