Sarah, Olivia, Harry and Johnny are all looking glum, but Fadi is here to solve their problems.

BCSW - Fadi to the rescue


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Hello LearnEnglish Team,

In the context below, if we delete the "as", will there be any change in the meaning for the expression: "perhaps not as yet"?
Johnny: Well, no, perhaps not as yet, not exactly...

Thank you,

Hello Kaofeng,

In this context you can use either 'as yet' or 'yet' with no change in meaning. I would say that 'as yet' is rather more formal.


Best wishes,


The LearnEnglish Team

Hi Peter,

Thank you for the help. I understand now.

All the best,

hello everyone! explain please, what's the difference between "I’ll bring them over to you" and "I’ll bring them to you"

Hello igrik_n,

In most contexts there is very little difference. 'Bring' has the widest meaning, I would say, and can be used in any context. 'Bring over' suggests that the person or people receiving the items has a fixed location, temporary or permanent: an office, a house, a table in a restaurant etc. to which the person doing the bringing can move.


Best wishes,


The LearnEnglish Team

This is a good video because have new vocabulary like filty and starving never have been listen about this word .
I like this activities :)

Very difficult, never know the correct form the preposition... Oh Dear, help me...

I want to find a new work too, and my friend told me that his company need a new produce? manager. I had a chat with their HR. And then I found it is not as like as i thought.
so sad...
Anyway....have a good day....:)