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Episode 12: Something In common

Carlos and Sarah's second date doesn't turn out great either. Will their relationship work out?

Do the Preparation task first. Then listen to the audio. Next go to each Task and do the activity. If you need help, you can read the Transcript at any time.

Tarea 1

Tarea 2

Task 3

Look at these three extracts from the recording and complete the rules with the words something or anything.
“You have something in common.”
“I'm not doing anything.”
“Are you doing anything?”

Then complete the conversation.

Exercise

Tarea 4

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Nivel de idioma

Intermediate: B1
Pre-intermediate: A2

Comments

Thanks for the series 2! Now I'am really looking foward to the serie3.

Very good Episode, thanks!!

good

thank you

Hello, is it correct to use a plural form of verb in the second sentence of the first task "Neither Sarah nor Carlos like football"?

Hello Sergey,

Singular or plural can be used after 'neither'. The traditionally correct form is the singular, but both are used quite commonly in modern English.

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

hi! I have a question. What's tenes use in this sentence: "You should try going out with him again."?

Hi Yszka,

Modal verbs don't change form to make different tenses, but I suppose you could say these are present tense forms.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hello there, I have one question, in the next sentence:
Oh, don't go AND see that movie
Shouldn´t it be
Don´t go TO see......?

Hello jpkeiros,

The phrase 'go and... [verb]' is used with the sense of either 'go to a place and [verb]' or 'go ahead and [verb]'. It's a quite a common phrase in informal speech. You can say 'go to [verb]' as well and it has a similar meaning in most contexts.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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