Rob and Ashlie talk about some love and romance words and when to use ‘make’ or ‘do’. The more you study, the more you learn!

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Language level

Intermediate: B1


it's good point for learning english

00:12 "I thought I haven't found Mr Right" (If I heard the right words). Is it possible to use the tense didn't find and write the sentence like this "I thought I didn't find Mr R" or "I thought I wound't find Mr R"? Thanks a lot

I still havn't found Mr. Right

Hello apc,

All of those sentences are possible, but which is correct depends on the context and the meaning you wish to convey - the present perfect, past simple and 'would' forms have different meanings, of course, which you can check in our verbs grammar section.

Best wishes,



The LearnEnglish Team

I enjoyed the conversation

Mr Right?

i scored well!

I think there is a mistake in Task 3 2/6.

Hello nopainnogain,

Thank you for pointing this out. There is indeed an error - an unecessary comma. We have corrected the exercise.

Thanks again,



The LearnEnglish Team

"The more you study English, the more you'll learn". Is it possible to use different tenses or simple/continuous verbs with this construction?
Es. The more you eat, the more you're getting fat/you'll get fat.
Thanks for your reply.