Stephen's friend comes to London and Ashlie and Stephen show him around.

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Do the Preparation task first. Then watch the video. Next go to Task and do the activity. If you need help, you can read the Transcript at any time.

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Fantastic London and the three friends, I made the 3 task very good. Great for me, Thanks everyone.

hi
do you have english courses for elementary level for people work for oil and gas
thanks

Hi ayyed,

Here at LearnEnglish we do not run courses as such. Rather, we offer a set of online resources for anyone to use and we provide help with those. To ask about courses please contact the British Council in your region directly - via this link.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Hello everyone, when I want to go to see a City, to do a tour on a city first time I'm going to the tourist information to get a map and and I try to enjoy sightseeing.
I like to do a tour with a guide because if it we have a guide with you will explain easy with you all of the things in the city that are really important and he will get you in the places where you can take a really nice picture and if you take a guide tour in this way you'll be sure that you visit most of the important sights in the city.
When I go on holiday if I going to visit a city I would like to see that City by walk definitely if I go to a City somewhere to the mountain I like to take the picture with the view and to go to the market place I like to visit markets when you visit a new place and if I go in holiday somewhere on the sea I like to do sunbathing and swim.

Hi teacher,
I have a question, is this expression normal in English "I'm going to have to go back"? why not just "i have to go back"?

Hello Will Smile Li,

Ashlie could also just say 'I have to go back' here and that would be fine. 'going to have to' expresses a bit of annoyance than the present simple does, but essentially the meaning is the same.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

I am a new student so my question is where i start the lesson or level one i am confusing
Thanks every think

I am Turkish but I understand English very well

i wondered if i could ask you a question not related to this lesson? So, today when i heard cnn news, i came across two phrases that i'm was confusing about theirs meaning. These are : snapping at one's heels and when a challenge comes along, you must whippet. Hoping you will help me to deal with two difficult phrases above. Thanks very much!

Hello quynhhuong,

Have you tried looking up these phrases in an online dictionary? You can find the definitions of phrases with examples and grammatical information. For example, whip something (see #6) and snap at someone's heels.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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