Stephen and Ashlie arrive at Bestival on the Isle of Wight and have a look around.

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Hello guys, unfortunately, I've never been to an attractive festival like this. It could be one of my best dreams to be there, I know there are lots of great festivals across the world. For instance, in Budapest, there is a great one called Sziget Festival in Budapest.

Hi .I m first time here .That is why i will mistake .Sorry )))).
Ok ,I have been to a big festival this year.This was chocolate festival .There everything were from chocolate .İ remembed this day

I've hardly ever slept outdoors. I went camping less than 5 times in my life. That's not my thing, I prefer a comfortable accomodation with beds, bathroom, kitchen... Unfortunately, my children love sleeping in tents.

Hi teacher,

I heard one sentence that 'We need to get everything sorted before it gets dark.' is it 'get something sorted' means "get something done"?

thanks for your answer,

Weiyuan FU

Hello Weiyuan FU,

That's the idea, though I'd say 'get it arranged' instead of 'get it done'. You can see a definition and example of 'sorted', which is very common expression, in the Cambridge Dictionary.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hello
Stephen and Ashley said:
We need to get everything sorted before it gets dark. and
......I think I've sorted it..
What does sorted mean ??
Is this the past for of sort???

Hello Marwa1083,

That's right, 'sorted' is the past simple and past participle form of the verb 'sort'. This is an extremely common verb in British English - see the definition and examples in the Cambridge Dictionary (be sure to scroll down to the entries where it is a verb). It basically means to 'arrange' in this context - they want to have everything arranged before night falls.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

i love asley

Hello, everyone!I have a question. What's high tea ?

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