Rob explains question forms and expressions people use when they go shopping.

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Hi every one, How is it going? How much useful this kind of learning, I have suggestion : How about online chat together instead of putting comment by this way?

Hello raman78,

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I do hope we'll see you around here from time to time, though.

Good luck!

All the best,
Kirk
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It is a shock for me that "how do you do?" is old fashion and unusable>
thanks alot.

Thank you very much. It is interesting.

Candem Scene 1 is a very interesting short story to learn about common expressión in the spoken English, like How's it going?
Thanks.

I love it

hi,
thanks! Mr.kirk
i really interested read comments most than videos its very helpful.
i ask about the modern way to say who do you do , as Rop said that in the video
thanks a lot.

Hi
Please help me to answer this quetion
Question 21
Jolie and Tom are meeting at the supermarket.
- Jolie :" Hi, Tom. How are you doing?"
- Tom: " _________. How about you?"
A. I'm waiting for my sister
B. I'm shopping for food.
C. I'm doing nothing.
D. I'm doing well.

Which one is correct?

I'm shopping for food

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