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Notting Hill Scene 2 - Language Focus

Rob talks about '-ing' and '-ed' adjectives and the words 'so' and 'such'.

 Watch the video and then do the tasks. 

Task 1

Language Task

Reorder the words and phrases to make correct sentences.

Exercise

 

 

Task 2

Language Task

Choose the sentences that are correct.

Exercise

 

 

Task 3

Language Task

Complete the sentence with the right question tag.

Exercise

 

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Language level

Intermediate: B1

Comments

Thanks very much! Such a good explanation.

That's was really helpful, I like Rob's lessons it's make many things clear..Thank you so much the Learn English Team

Hi! I improve my english with you. Grammar and video is very interesting, useful and informative for me. Thank you very much The LearnEnglish Team for your job . The best regards, Lena from Ukraine.

Hello Ien4180,

We're very glad that you're improving by using our materials – that's what we're here for! Thanks for letting us know, and good luck!

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Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hi Learn English Team
I am bit confuse Which i know neither is mean no ,Then how con
it be me too

Hello Omer,

'me neither' means you agree with a negative statement and 'me too' is used when you agree with an affirmative statement. For example, if you say 'I don't like eggplant', I could say 'Me neither!' because I don't like eggplant. Or if you say 'I like pizza', I could say 'Me too' since I also like pizza.

Does that answer your question?

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

I excited to pass this scene.

That was easy to understand this grammar section.

Hello. Here are two statements. I felt asleep at my yoga class and snored. I was so embarassed ( from task 2). She felt embarrassed about undressing in front of the doctor. Which one is correct ( I mean word embarassed or embarrassed) , or both?

Hi Lokki,

If you click on the Finish button (instead of Check Answers), you will see the correct answers - this will answer your question for you! Also, please note that there's a handy dictionary search box on the lower right side of this screen, which you can also use to check spelling very easily.

Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

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