Think of a number with two digits. For example 43. Follow the Magic Gopher's instructions and he will amaze you by telling you what number you chose.

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Hello chechak,

Yes, that is correct, and no, 'could' wouldn't really make sense here. You can learn more about this form on our will have or would have and Conditionals 2 pages.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Wanna speak in english ?

Hello nasimjon and everyone,

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Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

i dont understand this game...

Hi
Imagine one number for example 15,than make 1+5=6 than you go first number 15 minus your result which is 6 that means 15-6=9.Than he will show you card with numbers and simbols and you find your number and behind number is simbol,on that card.And on the end he will show you same simbol.Amazing :)

Hello sakkar,

If you press Help (the sign the little gopher is holding), you can see an explanation of how the game works. Then you click on the arrow. The game is mostly in your mind – there aren't many things that happen on the screen.

Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

What's the difference between "in conclusion" and "at last"? What of them should we use in this sentence " _________, I'd like to thank you all for coming."?

Hello chechak,

'at last' expresses a kind of satisfaction that something is happening after a long wait, whereas 'in conclusion' doesn't necessarily express any kind of emtion – it merely indicates the end of something. I'd encourage you to look up both expressions in the dictionary. Be sure to read through the entries carefully, as there are useful example sentences in different places.

I'd say that 'in conclusion' probably makes more sense in this gap, though it's hard to say for sure without the context.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

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