Containers

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Submitted by sinuhe69 on Mon, 07/12/2020 - 08:55

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I guess most people use all of them. We buy milk and juice in a TetraPak. Is it also called a carton? I’m also surprised to learn that the British Council website doesn’t work well with Safari on iPad or iPhone. For example, I could not answer the 5. question because I could not pull it down/move it! And that in the year 2020 is quite a thing!

Hi sinuhe69,

Yes, that's right! A TetraPak is a type of carton.

About task 5, I wonder if I can help. You have to just tap or click on the words (not drag or move them). Try tapping on a word first. The two boxes below should turn grey. Then, tap on one of the boxes to put the word inside it. Make sure you tap on the grey box area, and not any words that are already inside the box (as that will replace the word, instead of adding it to the box). I hope that solves the problem, but if not, please let us know again.

Best wishes,

Jonathan

The LearnEnglish Team

Hi Sir, You might like to check that up again, because Sinuhe69 was totally right. Best Wishes!
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Submitted by Kirk on Fri, 05/03/2021 - 09:02

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Hello Camshair,

I've just managed to complete Task 5 using Safari on an iPhone. You have to do what Jonathan says -- after you put the first word in each group, to add another word, you have to always touch on the little white hand for it to move.

I'm sorry you've had trouble with this. If you'd like us to explain to you how to do it again, please just let us know.

All the best,

Kirk

The LearnEnglish Team

Submitted by BlaiChan on Tue, 01/12/2020 - 05:39

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I mostly use all of them for the reasons they are made respectively. But some need to be thrown away as I can't recycle, I usually keep which can be. I usually use tubs, bowls and sometimes jar to store meats in the fridge.

Submitted by Ayuloraine sit… on Thu, 19/11/2020 - 03:09

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Mostly, i use boxes, plastic and carton. I used them to carry some trash, can ( after drink some beer) and sometime i used plastic to save some food in the freezer.

Submitted by Pola on Mon, 14/09/2020 - 16:48

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I've use almost the continuers include packet, tub, tin, bottle, tube and bowl, I am usually using them everyday in my life and except jar and carton due to no drink milk or juice, and maybe I use jar because I buying peanut butter

Submitted by Asni on Mon, 07/09/2020 - 22:13

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Actually, I use all of them. But those I use the most for storing food are jars and tubs. Small plastic tubs are very suitable to store food in the refrigerator. I usually keep small jars because I find them really useful when I need to store some baby food or spices; for being made of glass, they preserve better the food and are healthier. For water, when we run out of bottled water during the week, I usually fill up some glass bottles from the tap.

Submitted by John A. on Tue, 25/08/2020 - 15:42

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In my daily life I use jug and bottle for water and wine. One thing that I really appreciate now is tubs because I can use them to store food that I cooked.