The purpose of a Methodology Recount is to demonstrate or develop familiarity with disciplinary procedures, methods and conventions for recording experimental findings.

Task 1

Watch and listen to the student talking about her lab schedule. Answer the questions.

Exercise

Task 2

Listen to the section on lab schedules. Type the words she uses.

Exercise

Comments

i find the accent very heavy and its my first time listening to so much british engl that i lose the meaning of the words

me too, i was at the teen Web. first time listen, i am lost.

Hello olsaralove,

Sometimes it can be hard to understand the first time. You can use the transcript (there is a link below the activity window) to help you, and then you can listen again without the transcript after that.

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

when i watched this video, although i know the words i cant catch the mean.what should i do?

Hello Gantulga21,

Under the exercise window you should see a link entitled 'Transcript'. Click on this and you will see the text of the conversation. You can use this to listen and read at the same time, which will help you to get used to the speed and pronunciation of the dialogue, and help you to understand better in future.

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Hello everyone!
I have some doubts as well. How to say it right:
1.Susan works at a factor /or in a factory.
2. My friend doesn't learn /or study English. She learns/studies French.

Thank you in advance.

Hi,
How do you think about these suggestions?
1. Susan works in a factory (factor is a manager)
2. My friend studies French instead of English.
Or:
2. My friend studies French, and doesn't take English courses yet.

Hello people, I am new and very happy to find myself among you guys here.Looking forward to improve my writing skill because I love writing . However , the following expression is giving me some trouble:
1 It could be and it can be
2 It may be true and I might be true
3 It will helpful and It would be helpful
Kindly help me to understand their correct usage

Hello M.Ashraf,

These are all questions about modal verbs and I think the best thing for you to do is to look at our pages on modal verbs, which should help quite a lot. Then, if you still have questions, please post them on that page (here), making them as specific as possible as it's difficult for us to answer very broad questions in the space and time we have available.

I'd also ask you to remember that our House Rules ask users of LearnEnglish to neither give nor ask for personal contact information, including email addresses, Skype names and so on. This is because some of our users are under eighteen years of age and so we must be very careful with personal data.

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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