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Christmas Scene 2

It's Christmas morning! Ashlie's got a lot to do to cook dinner for the family, but can she get Stephen to help?

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Language level

Intermediate: B1
Upper intermediate: B2


hi everybody, nice to meet you, this is the first time I've taken part in this website so I'd like to ask admin a question that I can use my account in for learnenglish teens? Because I can't log in my account at learnenglish teens :(

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This is very interesting Video, I like it. A question is why Ashlie was cooking lunch with Steven before, and then the family had dinner together ? A bit confused with this.

July Siu

What does this sentence mean "Who’s for turkey, then

Hello ali gh,

It means ‘Who wants some turkey?’ and it’s a way of making an offer or asking for somebody to choose something. You might say it at the dinner table when you’re about to serve dinner, or in a restaurant when you’re trying to choose from the menu.

Best wishes,

The LearnEnglish Team

Are 'Here you go' and 'There you go' the same meaning?

Hello Aung Thet Naing,

Yes, the phrases have the same meaning. Both are informal and used when we’re giving or handing something to somebody.

Best wishes,

The LearnEnglish Team

I have learn many words about Chrismart. Above all, I see your try to make the hight quality for this video. Thanks, and hope that you'll happy and  lucky.

That was really helpful

Hi, I'm so excited! I want to learn english!