Stephen and Ashlie have trouble finding their way and Ashlie has a bit of a fright.

Do the first two Tasks while watching the video, then try Task 3. If you need help, you can read the Transcript at any time.

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Intermediate: B1

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I've got lost when I was driving in northern forests of Iran, but fortunately, I had a car with a full fuel tank and a practical navigation app on my phone. Afterwards, I could find the route and then I arrived at the destination.

It's horrible getting lost in a dark forest without any equipment or other things. In my opinion, it can be a good and scary experience.

hello teacher. what does "we can get a lift" mean? I can't understand it.
thanks.

Hello safira,

'a lift' means 'a journey in someone's car'. In other words, they expect that someone driving by will help them by taking them where they want to go.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

hello teacher.
how can i understand "hello there"?please explain me.
thanks.

Hello safirasafirasafira,

'Hello there' is simply an alternative to 'Hello'. Both are greetings with the same meaning, though I would say 'Hello there' is quite informal and is a cheery greeeting, while 'Hello' is neutral.

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Hello everyone,
I have never get lost in the countryside because I don't have a car but I get lost when I used to be by walk and I was so scary. The point is you can get lost easy if you go to the countryside and there is no Road and then there's no sign that shows you where you are and it's easy to get lost if you don't know that places.
But I think nowadays if have a mobile phone with you you are completely safe, to take a phone with you if you don't want to get lost.
Usually I don't get scared easy but I might be if I get lost at dusk and I don't know that area and if I heard some strange noises that come to the strange animals and if I'll be in the wood or at the countryside and seeing thing moving in front of mine like a part of the wood or like in this episode, them I might be really scared

Hello teacher,
why in task 1 it says "...car won't start" and not ".... car doesn't start" ( according to which rule?
Thank you

Hello Olha Shev,

We often talk about objects as if they were alive and making decisions. This is especially true of machines and electronic devices and it is normal in English to say The car doesn't want to start or The car refused to start.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

First question
-Have you ever got lost in the country while driving in the country?
Well, I don't like driving a lot so I tend to avoid using my car is it is possible. In addition, I drive just to well known places because I would be scared if I got lost. When I don't know the place well, I prefer using the public transport o walking.
Could someone correct my answer if there are mistakes?
Thank you very much!

Hi there. is there any way to download these videos ?

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