Rob talks about the sort of questions people ask when they go clothes shopping.

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I can't answer task two because each one has more than one answer but it didn't accept but one

Hello siba azeez,

To add items to each list you need to click on the box, not on one of the items already added because this will swap them. The best way is to click on the title of the box (which turns to dark grey after your first click). That way you will be able to add multiple items.

 

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Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

What did Rob say in the time 00:00:10

Hello siba azeeez,

Rob says:

Yeah, it looked sort of interesting

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Peter,

Thank you very much.

Udaka

Hi! Can you help me? I can't correctly understand what Ashlie says (0:20-0:27)? Thank you =)

Hi Ninochka,

What Ashlie says is:

Yeah, that reminds me of the time Stephen went to Spain. He had to eat fast food every day because he couldn't order anything in Spanish.

 

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Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

HI!

Could you please explain the following sentences/questions.
How did you get on?
Lunch is on me
We've got to get a move on.
Unless you prefer the green ones?

Thanks

Hello udaka,

It's difficult to explain some of these without knowing what part is confusing. However, I'll help with those that I can.

How did you get on?

This means 'Did things go well?' or 'Were you successful?' An appropriate answer might be 'It was fine, thanks.'

Lunch is on me

This means that the speaker will pay for lunch.

We've got to get a move on.

This means there is little time and it is necessary to hurry.

Unless you prefer the green ones?

I'm afraid I don't know what part of this is confusing.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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