Indoor Sports Scene 2 Language Focus

Rob helps us to get good at using good, and looks at how we use the past continuous to talk about plans that go wrong.

Task 1


  • People can be good at activities or subjects: 'John is good at football / chemistry.'
  • People can be good with things or people: 'John is good with money / children.'
  • Things can be good for people or things: 'Fruit is good for you / your skin.'



Task 2

Task 3

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Submitted by May Thida Su on Sat, 24/04/2021 - 15:45

What means this sentence " Don't mention it " ? I've heard it for many time but I don't know the meaning of it.

Hello May Thida Su,

'Don't mention it' is something we say when someone is thanking us and we want to tell them that they don't need to say thank you:

I wanted to say thank you for your help earlier.

Oh, don't mention it. I was happy to help.

Well, thank you anyway!



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