Rob and Stephen talk about the parts of a car, some different uses of ‘so’ and ‘such + adjective + noun’.

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This type of learning is so interesting, I can feel such a good student!
In my opinion, you have to improve in this skills mainly in speaking, in fact I think that in a few lessons you can properly understand how to use this words.

It is such good scene

Thanks.

I am a new beginner so realize that the language focus part are much more easily to listen than the dialogue part. Perhaps it takes time to get adaptation with the sounds.

Best regards!

what is the meaning of "petrol thingy" I didn't find it in the dictionary

thanks for your efforts

Hello hayaalqasem,

'Thingy' is an informal word we use to describe something for which we do not know the name, as an alternative to 'thing'. 'Petrol thingy' means 'that thing (which I don't know the name of which has some connection to petrol'.

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Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

hi guys , i have a any problem, at e.g.(2.05) auntil e.g.(2.12) i don't know well what rob says and of course i'd like to understand when and because we use so at begin of sentence.

i hope someone helps me.

regards

Hi rosario70,

As Rob says 'We often use 'so' just as a sort of a way to show or let someone know we're going to say something.' 'so' is often used in this way to signal that we're about to sum up what we've just said, or to signal a change in the direction of the conversation. I'd suggest you listen for 'so' in your listening practice, and I think you'll soon get a better sense of how it's used.

Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hello Adam, thanks for your helpful replies.

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