What is a Problem Question?

Try the following task to learn more about Problem Questions.

Task 1

Listen to the discussion between a student (S) and a lecturer (L) and use the words given to fill in the blanks. You can listen to the recording above as many times as you want, and pause it if you need time to add the words.

Exercise

Comments

Hi ,I am Feroz Ahmmed , and I am the new student of British Council .
whatever i want to know ,how can i improve my grammar knowledge . have your any online video program about grammar problem and solution ?

Hello Feroz,

Welcome! We have two sections dediced to explicit grammar instruction, English grammar and Quick grammar. Our LearnEnglish podcasts and the Language focus videos in Word on the Street also mention grammar points, though they feature mainly other content. You can also use our search box (in the top right corner) or ask us for guidance if you can't find what you're looking for.

Good luck!

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hi, what part of this question would you assume to be that which requires an answer please?

"Are you dropping it off at McLean Place at 4pm on Friday?"

I would be grateful for any opinions.

Hi Williamson,

I'm afraid we don't provide help on tasks from elsewhere. If we did then we would end up doing our users' homework for them!

The context should make plain what the appropriate response is. If the sentence is decontextualised then you are simply guessing, and there is no single correct answer.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

It is indeed. I have learnt a lot of things in a short amount of time. Incredible!lol

" it is very good expierence to learn English with 'British council'. "