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Stephen and Ashlie realise they have quite similar ideas about what their Mum would like, but Ashlie soon gets distracted from the task in hand!

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Is quid a slang for pound?

Hello Alice RWL,

Yes, that is correct. You can check information like this in an online dictionary like this one.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Hello,
My name is Krymin, I really like videos of 'Words on the street'. These are useful and helpful.
But I don't understand the sentence "How did you get on?" on this video. Could you mind explaining it in order that I can get it?
Best regards,
Krysmin

Hello Krysmin,

I'm glad you like our videos.

The sentence 'How did you get on?' means something like 'Was your trip/meeting/exam (etc) successful?' It's quite a common question. Other ways to say the same thing include:

How did it go?

Did it go well?

Was everything OK with your...?

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Hi,

How can i download this video.

thanks

Hello kh-nassar,

I'm afraid that none of our videos are available for download for legal reasons. Sorry!

All of our audio content (e.g. LearnEnglish podcasts) are, however, available for free download.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hi there!
I've just read this phrase "Foreign Languages Teacher Education Faculty" in a university, and I wonder whether there are some mistakes in that phrase or not
I think the word "LANGUAGES" in that phrase is NOT correct. It must be "LANGUAGE". Is that right?
And "TEACHER EDUCATION"???? Is that right? It must be "TEACHER TRAINING"
So that phrase above must be " Foreign Language Teacher-Training Faculty"
Am I right?
Thank You!

Hello damtruong,

The way names are formed is a little different to the way phrases are formed in normal speech and words which are usually nouns may be used as adjectives and so on. I think there are many ways you could form this kind of name and your suggestion is certainly one (though there would not be a hyphen between 'Teacher' and 'Training').

The original name is perhaps a little unusual but it is not incorrect in my view.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Hi , dear
How can I download the video ?

Hello safisafa,

I'm afraid our videos are not available for download for copyright reasons. The good news is that you are welcome to download any of our audio content (e.g. LearnEnglish podcasts) for free.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

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