The siblings continue to learn about Loch Ness and risk a trip on a boat over the loch. Will the monster eat their boat or will they survive until the next episode?

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There are lots of stories, sometimes true sometimes not. Personally, I don't believe it because people that tell you this tales often are fake people. I've never told this type of stories and I don't think I'll do it!

Yes, There are old stories about monster in our country.
Because they haven't written them, they have told them each other.
No.

hi teacher,
as tour guide said " Believe it or not, it goes all the way back to the year 565. "
the phrase "go all the way" I look up in the dictionary means "to have sex, especially after a period of kissing and touching". I don't think it's suitable in this case .
please explain.
thank you a lot. !!!

Hi nguyen bao tin,

The phrase here is 'go all the way back', which describes the length of something's history. In this context, it means that the history of the legend of the monster is as old as...'

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Excuse me! Could you explain what phrase " from end to end" mean, please? I've look up in dictionary but not see. Thank you!!!
"Well, there’s certainly a lot of area for some creature to hide in because the Loch here is 38 Kilometres long from end to end, it averages about 230 metres deep".

I think , in Turkey there is also old stories about monsters.
These stories aren't factual.

Hello,
Please help me to understand the meaning of tour guide's talking "when he's said to have blessed the water here to rid the waters of a large creature that wa plaguing the local folk". Thanks a lot

Hello CloverHuynh,

Can you please tell us a bit more about what parts of this sentence you understand (or don't understand)? It's much easier for us to help you if you understand what is difficult for you.

Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Loch Ness Monster

Hello Kirk ,

Thank you for your answer . My confusing in this case was due to the fact , may be , that water was used both in singular and plural there .

Thanks again ,

Best regards ,
iliya_b

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