What to say to a boyfriend when he lazes around in the house.

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I think i would have to be very in love to continue with the relationship. I think the girl in the video has explained herself very clearly and his behaviour is more of a childish brother than of a man who loves her.

:D you are right but this is just a vocabulary building, not a relationship courses

Questions in Task 2 are about reported speech.
2nd question is '' Boyfriend: I got a takeaway pizza. He said ........... a takeaway pizza.
I filled in that space like '' HE HAD GOTTEN '' because, the third form of the get verb is gotten. However, the answer says that '' HE HAD GOT ''
Could you explain the reason of this, please?

Hello Armağan 'gotten' is sometimes used in informal US English in some regions, though 'got' is also used. It's not incorrect in the right circumstances but it is certainly less formal than 'got' and more common in spoken language than written. In British English we do not use 'gotten'.

 

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Peter

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I am unable to answer the task two

Hello Devesh Raj,

Is there a technical problem with the task? I've checked it and it appears to be working correctly but please describe what you see if the task is not working correctly.

 

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Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

If my girlfriend was a slob. I would remind her all day & all night.
Girlfriend is clean & careful

Keep calm and scream at him: Are you a man or just simply a slob?

My husband is a slob)) so i know what she felt perfectly well)

A slob boyfriend could be terrible! Good video!

I would like to ask about "up" : "can you just tidy up a bit?", "Wash up the dishes."
What's the purpose in a sentence?
Thanks!

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