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Episode 06: I'm in!

Johnny is always dreaming of becoming rich, so Fadi's big idea excites him! What is Fadi's business proposition, and will it make them millionaires?

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Language level

Intermediate: B1
Pre-intermediate: A2



She always wear pressed uniform.

Here pressed is an adjective?

Can we use also ironed uniform or ironing uniform in place of pressed uniform? Which will be correct ironed or ironing? It will work as an adjective too if we use ironed or ironing

And second, word 'hospitalized' is also an adjective?
It has two meaning-
Rahul is hospitalized by ram(here hospitalized acts as an main verb)

Rahul is hospitalized mean to say rahul is in hospital.( Here hospitalized is an adjective in verb 3rd form)

Thanks for the Episode, it was very helpful.


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They really ask about the critical and ambigous phrases that we need to ask about them.
This way work very well because the explanations that come from learning english team very obvious and clear to understand easielly.
I 'd so in my opnion it is very important to read all the comments attached with the episode.

Hello mohammedalzomr4,

Thanks for your comment! As you say, there really is a lot of information in the comments. I'm glad to see that you've discovered this and I'm sure you're learn a lot.

Good luck!

All the best,
The LearnEnglish Team

I have allready finished series 1,2 and currently in series 3 episode 6.
I am in progress with my level english language
I'd like really to thanks learning english team on thier hard efforts in this fabulous web site.
Specially MR. KIRK and PETER really thank you

Hello mohammedalzomr4,

You're very welcome!

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The LearnEnglish Team

I would like know what mean " count me out". If u don't mind, help me please.

Hello Nay Thant Aung,

You can find an entry in the Cambridge Dictionary for 'count sb out' ('sb' = 'somebody'). I think the definition and example sentence will make it clear for you.

All the best,
The LearnEnglish Team

Thank you very much