The boys at the café are talking about girls and Harry reveals an exciting decision! What is it?

Written by Chris Rose.

Instructions

Do the Preparation task first. Then listen to the audio. Next go to each Task and do the activity. If you need help, you can read the Transcript at any time.

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Can you find the words from the episode?

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the word y'know refers to you know?

Hello citrans,

Yes, that's right. It's a form common in some US dialects.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Thank you very much

what does blimey mean?

Hello Obetdh91,

You can find a definition and examples sentences in the dictionary – just put 'blimey' in the Cambridge Dictionary search box on the right side of this page and press 'Look it up!'

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

it is great.!!thank you..hopefully,I will do well in English after series this drama... :)

Hello,
I've two questions, please. The first one, Is it right to say( no do i ) instead of ( neither do i ) ?
The second one, when some one hasn't shown for time, what I've to use ?
Where were you? or where have you been?
Thank you so much.

Hello Nada,

'no do I' is not correct, but sometimes some people will say 'nor do I' instead of 'neither do I'. This is fairly unusual – in your own speaking, I'd suggest you use 'neither do I'.

As for your second question, it really depends. If you are still waiting for the person in the agreed place when they show up late, 'Where have you been?' would be the best form to use. On the other hand, if you've already left and don't see the person until much later, e.g. the next day, 'Where were you?' would be the correct form.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Thank you so much Krik, that was really helpful.

It is kind informative way to learn English. I have never got such way of learning except British Council. Thank you British Council.

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