Ashlie and Stephen travel to Paris, where Steven shows off his French and Ashlie tries a famous French dish - by accident!

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

We use the infinitive after some verbs, nouns and adjectives:

  • I hope to see you soon. (verb + infinitive)
  • It's time to go. (noun + infinitive)
  • I'm pleased to meet you. (adjective + infinitive)

Make complete sentences using the infinitive forms.

Exercise

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Language level

Intermediate: B1
Upper intermediate: B2

Comments

Hi all good morning
It is nice stories, paris in one of country to plan my destination, i need visit there, they have good fashion and of course i want to see Eiffel  tower  . i will come to you paris, .....
 
 

Thanks you very much for bring world people this wonderfull and amazing work. You have a great country be proud of it.  Congratulations. 

I regard the waiter did not understand the Stephen's means, so Ashlie got the wrong food. But in task 2, showing the waiter knew what's the Stephen's order.

Hello Simon Kwan57,

In the text, the waiter understands Stephen's order as they get the correct food - the problem is that Ashlie did not understand what she chose in the menu, and was surprised when she found out that it was snails!  In other words, the waiter understood Stephen but Ashlie did not understand the menu.

I hope that helps to clarify it for you.

Best wishes,

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

i really love paris :)
thanks for the video 

i love  franch it is a very beautiful language and easy to learn . i know a few words but the others who learn french tell that french is not very difficult  also  french is like spanish and portugese

i love paris . it is one of the most wonderful cities in the world. i have never been there  and this video shows it how it really is 

I love paris..i went in  paris last year but i think that french food it's very bad!
 

Paris is so beautiful,this video help us to learn  more English.

i love French very much I hope that one day i can come here to enjoy food and culture :))

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