'I’ll be rich in 3 years!’ Johnny has a vision of where he will be going!

BCSW - I'll be rich in three years

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I want to know can I say I have an appointment instead of say  got an appointment 
and  are they similar or there  is a different

I think both of them are right and there is no difference..

hi, is anyone can tell what is mean"A catch", really cant figure it out. Thank you very much!

Hi Judy,
Have you tried looking it up in the 'Cambridge Dictionaries Online' box at the right of the page?
There are three meanings of 'catch' as a noun listed. Can you work out which one it is from the context?
Best wishes,
Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

In the preparation I don't understand the meaning of the phrases " a negative aspect" and "a catch". Could someone explain that? Thanks!

hi all,
could you please help me?
I want  to know what it means by " There’s got to be a catch."
does it mean "there's something strange to find a flat with all these advantages"?
and if it means that, what the relation between this sentence and the answer that
" Fadi's cousin is the owner"
thank you for your help and for this wonderful & useful site 

Hi,Mr Jack                                                                                                                           I am so happy that I found this possibility for English learning here .Can I have a question? Can we tell this sentence? "It  is so filthy here."or"I am very exhausted.." Thanks a lot for your answer.

Hi Padide,
Yes, both of those sentences sound fine!
Best wishes,
Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

Hello
would you please explain the meaning of   "off"   in the scentence bellow?
Sarah: Where are you off to in such a hurry

Hello fatemah
You can find the meaning and some examples of this in the Cambridge Dictionaries Online on the sidebar at the right of this page.

Just type off in the box, click on the Look it up! button and then choose off adverb AWAY FROM from the list.
If you have any questions after reading the definition, just let us know.
I hope this helps
All the best
helen
The LearnEnglish Team

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