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Northern Ireland Scene 1 Language Focus

First, Rob talks about ordering instructions in English, and then he talks about keen on.

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Intermediate: B1
Upper intermediate: B2

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I think this video is helpful in grammar, this expressions are very important to use in a conversation and help to write texts.

Thank you

I can't turn on video. help me. Please!

Hello sup lo,

I've tested the video and everything appears to be working correctly, so my guess is that you have a compatibility issue. Using a mobile device such as a tablet or a phone can cause such problems, so if you are using one of these then I recommend trying to access the page via a laptop or desktop computer - this may help.

 

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Peter

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Thank you so much .
My English skills improve because of Word on the Street .

I'm not too sure wheteher 'would have' is an appropriate verb in the following text.I'd be grateful if you would kindly clear my confusion/doubt about the matter & advise me the correct verb.

"It is regrettable that the school authorities have decided to suspend my son for five days ( 5 ) for a single breach of discipline, whereas I genuinely feel that a written warning about the deviation would have sufficed"

Hello didarul alam,

I would use 'where' rather than 'whereas' in the sentence, but other than that it is fine, and 'would have' is the correct form.

Best wishes,

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Thanks a lot Krik, I've got it.

Thanks a lot for the video.
Could u please explain what's the difference between ' got (I got it ) or see ( I see). Is 'I got it ' means ' I've understood'???????

Looking very much forward your response,
Thanks

Hi ssaara,

Both "I got it" and "I see" are often used to mean "I understand/I've understood". "I got it" can also indicate that the person who says it is ready for the other person to move on to the next point.

Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

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