Julia and Sammy meet again in the park, but this time he has a question for her. Will she say yes or no?

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I usually ask in this way: Do you fancy going somewhere with me or are we going somewhere tomorrow/today/on friday.

Hey! are you thinking somewhere to go? That is my first conversation to start someone whom i want to.

Like this episode +>+.

Hello. I learn English language. I want to speak somebody online. Somebody want to speak, write me.

Hi. I am going to old part of town, do you want to join me?

finally, they found a common hobby
maybe a beautiful love story that starts

Fancy a cup of coffee? ( *´꒳`*)੭⁾⁾
If you are not busy, would you like to have some drinks tonight? ( ⸝⸝⸝°_°⸝⸝⸝ )
Do you like art museums? I know a great exhibition around here. Would you like to join me on Saturday next weekend?
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I don't understand phrase "Take the lift". Can you explain to me, please? Thanks you.

Hello tranvanthanh141,
The phrase 'take the lift' means to choose the lift rather than the stairs in a building. You can 'take the lift' or 'take the stairs'. It's similar to the way we use 'take' with modes of transport: 'take the train', 'take a taxi' etc.
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Peter
The LearnEnglish Team

I ask to out and to meet in a point of the city.

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