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Episode 06: He's a pest!

Joe the 4-year-old nephew - is he a pest or just a sweet little boy?

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Language level

Pre-intermediate: A2


The story is full of vocabulary, Thanks British Council teem.

it is a very good program ! I like this !! :D

Joe is a pest because he is naughty.He behaved badly and didn't listen what said her aunt.

wow, its exciting ^_^

HI,This is NOOR from PAKISTAN.
I really liked this episode specially  joe' s laughter,full of naughtiness.

I  know why Olivia thinks her nephew is a pest. Olivia: I looked after my sister's daughter. She was just half year old but she is very troublesome. She pooped on my hand one time!!!!!! (they’re great until you have to look after them...)

hope you good day for you.I really want to learns to i working aboard longtime already but my English is still how can i do my english improve?can you give advice?speaking and writing....anyway i need dictionary u have dictionary work side.........

I am very glad to speak in english with someone. Can you give me a messenger address or facebook address for speak in english and for improve english ?

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The LearnEnglish Team

Hello yinyinhtoon!

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