Stephen and Ashlie go away for a Murder Mystery Weekend and find the first victims.

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Hi all ,
Thanks for those intresting videos i just want to ask about this form ( will + be + djective) it is a future prediction and (will +be + past participle ) it is a future passive
as i know we can only use these two forms in the above video they have used will + be + noun .

Many Thanks .

 Hello Fouka,

It's easier to reply to questions like this if you can quote the exact example you have in mind; otherwise it's difficult to address the question precisely. Looking at the transcript, I believe you are referring to examples such as 'There will be a murder'. This is an example of [will be + noun], but the key element is the first word - 'there'. It is simply a future form of 'there is':

'There is a meeting now in the main room.' [present]

'There will be a meeting in the main room this afternoon.' [future]

I hope that clarifies it for you.

Best wishes,

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Murder Mystery weekend is excellent! I am really enjoying exercises and videos.
Thank you for this awesome thing!

I want to Know that if i were study vocabularies in Cambridge Dictionary or Oxford Dictionary,Can my English Skill be Improved?

Hello phyokyaw1993,

These are both excellent dictionaries which could be really helpful, but it's important to use a dictionary carefully. When you look up a word, be sure to examine all of the different meanings it has, as most words are used in many different ways. For example, if you look up 'plate' in our dictionary search box on the right (which searches the Cambridge dictionary), you'll see it has five different meanings as a noun, one entry as a verb, and then occurs in lots of different expressions.

When you look up a word you've found in your reading, make a note of it in a vocabulary notebook, but I would recommend only writing down the meaning that fits for that context. Also, when reading, it's not necessary to look up every word - if you think you understand it, keep reading. If it makes sense, then you've probably understood without the dictionary, but if it doesn't make sense, then you should look it up.

Good luck!

Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Ok thz a lot>>>Mr.Kirk..........Your advices are really Useful to me.

Nice exercises. Thanks

I'm fan of Sherlock Holmes and Ash and Stephen are great actors, i really enjoyed

very god fo learn english

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