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Blackpool Scene 2 - Language Focus

Rob talks about using the expression 'used to' to talk about the past.

Watch the video and then do the tasks.

Tarea 1

Language Task

Fill in the gaps in the sentences with the words from the top.


Tarea 2

Language Task 2

Choice the correct words to complete the questions.


Task 3

Language Task 3

Put the following sentences in order of politeness.



Nivel de idioma

Intermediate: B1


hi the learnenglish team, dear sir Adam,
This page does not contain any space for video at all. Again I am sorry for this.
Please help.
Regards to u n all the learn english team BC.

Dear Pomy,
You asked this question on another page. I answered it there.
Best wishes,
The LearnEnglish Team

an excellent way to learn English specially when you're not a native speaker thank you so much for your help.

I have noticed that some word of  British English (such as but ,what,not )last "T" looks silence.Can u tell me about that and please give us idea abut that.....thank u

These videos are very nice. That's an amaizing way to learn English. Thank you very much indeed!

hi i m new here 

can the users of this site ask question unrelated to the video?

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Hello The LearnEnglish Team,

Would you be so kind to help me. I have a question about Task3. Is it absolutely clear instruction for native speaker to put the sentences in order of politeness? Because I desided that I supposed to finish the list with the most polite expression but start with impolite one. So I failed. May be I couldn't understand what "in order" exactly means and decreasing range is implaied? 

Thank you 


Hello Andrew,
The instructions for this task say 'Put the most polite sentence at the top and the least polite sentence at the bottom'.
Best wishes,
The LearnEnglish Team