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Episode 05: Fadi to the Rescue

Sarah, Olivia, Harry and Johnny are all looking glum, but Fadi is here to solve their problems.

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Intermediate: B1

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Hello mehinaydinli,

If you type 'record' into the dictionary then you will see an entry related to music. Records are what music was recorded onto before CDs became the norm.

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Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Thank you very much!

hi there what squeeze you in mean?

Hi qusai afana,

You can find a definition and example of this in our dictionary by searching for 'squeeze in' - you'll see that 'to squeeze someone in' means to find time in a busy schedule to see, help or provide a service for someone. In this case, Harry says he can help Olivia, even though he's very busy.

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Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hello. It's the first time to join this site. In this story there are lots of people , so I couldn't distinguish who are talking. After the first listening, I check the script and listen again and again. I enjoy the story and I will keep learning English.

Hello i'm new here

Hi, guys I am really appreciated about all of your efforts for non-english people :) I would like to ask two questions that I couldn't understand well as yet.

1. Olivia- I wouldn't want to overwork you!
Harry- we will see eh?

Above converstions, I couldn't understand what Harry said means..

2. Fadi- I will just have to try and solve all yours problems then, won't I??

I couldn't know " won't I"

Hello,

I'm happy to hear you find LearnEnglish useful.

1) Look up 'see' in our online dictionary (at the right-hand side of the page) and scroll down to 'We'll (have to) see'. That should give you the answer.

2) Have a look at this page which should answer your question:
http://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en/grammar-reference/question-tags

Let us know if any of that is unclear.

Best wishes,

Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

Oh, Thank you so much! I have totally understood, thsnks to you!

Cheers,

Hi
I don't understand when after verb we use infinitive or progressive verb
I try to explain why the correct answer is
I've started working for
and not
I've started to work for
Thanks
Vincenza

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