Rob talks about 'look', 'look like' and different ways of making suggestions.

Watch the video and then do the tasks.

Task 1

Language Task

Read the sentences and decide whether the gap should be filled with 'like' or 'looks like'.

Exercise

Task 2

Language Task 2

Complete the sentences by selecting the right answers.

Exercise

Task 3

Language Task 3

Rearrange the words into ways of making suggestions.

Exercise

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Language level

Intermediate: B1

Comments

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Hi everybody! I'm very happy to study English. I liked this video and the exercise too.

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when i watch this video , i find out something. It  is really  interesting , useful for me to learn English and know more about England...

Hi everyone! I wonder is it an error with the system or did I really made a mistake choosing answer "a" in the second question (task 1)? I chose "The man looks trouble", but it was wrong choice because the system tells that the write answer is "The man looks like trouble". Does it mean that he is worried? As I understood we must use 'look like' with nouns and 'look' with adjectives...
And one more thing - I am afraid I did not quite understand what Rob said at the end of the video. Did he say "Listen out for it"? What did he mean? And why do British people say 'nice' quite often?
Many thanks to Learn English team in advance.

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