This time, Rob and Stephen are thinking about 'think'. Oh - and, by the way...

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Thank you Rob,

Do I must write a comment after every scene?

Hello saagii,

No, that is up to you ('up to you' means 'it's your decision'). We're very happy for you to leave comments and thoughts about the page, but please don't feel obliged to!

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Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Think can be used either a stative verb or a dynamic verb.
can think be used as a noun
?

Hello abdallah abuelayyan,

No, 'think' is not used as a noun. You can use 'thinking' (the process) or 'thought' (what you have in your head).

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

i can not Watch some of these Movies

Hello joseph336,

The films on LearnEnglish require Flash-compatibility and it may be that your device is not Flash-compatible, especially if you are using a mobile device such as a tablet or phone. If possible, try accessing the site via a different device, such as a laptop or desktop computer, to see if this solves the problem.

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Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

What the difference between "to be in the way" vs "to be on the way" is? Thanks!

Hello,

You can find the answer to this question in a dictionary, such as our online dictionary at the right hand side of the page. Briefly, 'in the way' means acting as an obstacle and 'on the way' means traveling.

Best wishes,

Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

hi ad
can you give me more assignment about " way" i don't really understand about this.
regards

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