Ashlie and Stephen help out in an ice cream van. That sounds easy, doesn’t it?

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Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

We can use sentences with 'be going to' in two ways:

  • to make predictions, e.g. 'It's going to rain.'
  • to describe our plans or intentions, e.g. 'I'm going to make some coffee.'



Language level

Intermediate: B1


thaks so much, please help me how can I download these video?


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The LearnEnglish Team

Hi, I think you have mistake here:
"That’s what it says here VS what is says here."


Do you mean in the transcript? The correct version is 'that what it says here' and that's what is in the text.

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It's in the task 2

Yes, task 2. Even if I write it like it is in transcription, it says I am wrong. The problem is with: it VS is.

Hello Mariashka,

Thank you! I've found the mistake and you are correct that it should say 'it' instead of 'is'. I've changed the exercise.

Thanks again,



The LearnEnglish Team

actually my question is different i wanna know which form of the verb is used with word get i.e sentence no (1) I get confuse. and sentence no(2) I get confused. please tell me which one is correct and whats the meaning of the sentence

Hello abdulg,

I'm afraid I don't see which sentence you're referring to. 'I get confuse' is not correct, as 'confuse' is a verb and the phrase already has the verb 'get'. 'I get confused' is correct, and means something like 'I don't know because I don't understand'.

By the way, we answer replies as quickly as we can. We are a small team with a lot of work and get dozens of questions every day.

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hi guys, i found somethings that i understood very well.

1) there's something missing..what does it mean?

2) it doesn't look like we're going to sell any ice cream today.

coud i use doesn't seem instead of look like?

3) if i can get some people to come and buy some ice cream. in this expressionn i noticed the same construction of want : for example, i want people to go to the party thi evening, my question we treat get like want?