This time, Stephen's left 'holding the baby'... or the dog, anyway!

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

Remember!

We use 'look' before an adjective:

     Poppy looks lovely.  ('looks' + adjective)

We use 'look like' before a noun or a clause:

     Poppy looks like a film star.  ('looks like' + noun)
     Poppy looks like she's enjoying her bath.  ('looks like' + clause)

Exercise

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Language level

Intermediate: B1
Upper intermediate: B2

Comments

Poppy needs to ___look___ her best for her job.why did this sentence chose "look"? My answer is look like. Can you explain if you don't mind? Thanks a million.

Hi angelali,

Rob explains the difference between look and look like in Blackpool Scene 1 - Language Focus. Please watch his explanation and try the exercises, and if it's still not clear, don't hesitate to ask us again.

Best wishes,

Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hi:
the accent here a difference in the podcast...faster.. thanks

very interesting . what a lovely baby.

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Jeremy Bee
The LearnEnglish Team

is answer of correct question 6 is "put it on" or "play on"?

Hello 4329ab!
 
The correct answer is 'put it on'. You could say 'play it' (not 'play on') as well, but we usually use 'put it on' to mean 'start playing' DVDs, videos and so on.
 
Remember that you can always find out the answers by clicking the Finish button!
 
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Jeremy Bee
The LearnEnglish Team

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Thank you and the LearnEnglish Team
 
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