'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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Hi everybody! Sorry, I don't understand why Magda says "Well, I’ve got an interview with a small architect’s practice next week...", I mean, why she uses the present perfect (I've got) for a future event?

Hello Laura,

Actually, 'I've got' is not the present perfect but rather the form 'have got', which means much the same as 'has', i.e. Magda could also have said 'I have an interview next week'. The video on this Word on the Street page might help clear this up for you – please take a look.

Best wishes,
The LearnEnglish Team

yeah,sure! "have got" to show the possession...sorry, I didn't grasp the "possessive" meaning and I misunderstood this form with present perfect!now, I got it,thank you so much!

what does it means 'go to to' mentioned by johnny in the audio trancript

thanks. that is go to go

Hello mcuambe,

Do you mean 'got to go'? I couldn't find 'go to to' anywhere in the transcript.

'got to go' is short for 'I've got to go', which is a form of 'I have got to go'. 'have got to' is another way of saying 'have to', which you can read about under Obligation on our Modals page.

All the best,
The LearnEnglish Team


I have a doubt. Do I always have to submit the tasks for this to be valid?


Hello jprojas,

LearnEnglish does not keep a record of users' results so submitting your results is done only for yourself. When you click 'Submit' you are able to see how you did and the full list of correct answers, which I'm sure is helpful!

Best wishes,


The LearnEnglish Team

a catch means fishing a flat, why is is a negative aspect??

Hello Nawelo,

'Catch' means several things, depending on the context in which it is used. In this context, 'the catch' means 'the bad side' of a situation or a deal.

Best wishes,



The LearnEnglish Team