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Entrepreneurs are GREAT - Part 1

Richard meets Richard - Branson, that is! - and gets business advice from one of Britain's greatest entrepreneurs.

Task 1

Which is the best title for this video?

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Task 2

Select all the things that Richard Branson says about good entrepreneurs.

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Task 3

Reorder these words to make sentences from the video.

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Task 4

Match the words and phrases to make expressions from the video.

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Language level

Advanced: C1
Upper intermediate: B2

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Hello,

The meaning in the dictionary for 'give it a go' you want is 'to attempt something'. Have another look as it also has an example.

Best wishes,

Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

Hello LearnEnglish Team,

Sir Richard says "screw it". I know that it's used when someone is angry, but what does Sir Richard means here? Thank you. : )

Hi Pocoyo,

That's right - this expression is often used to express anger, but here Branson uses it in a different way. Here and in other cases it means something like "I don't care what happens or what other people think". I think what he means is that we should all do the work that we want to and not worry about what other people say.

Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hi Kirk,

Thank you! : )

Peter, there is no sound? what am i doing wrong?

Hi Liliya,

I've just checked and I was able to hear the sound, so I think it might be a problem on your end. Are you able to hear other videos on LearnEnglish? What about on other websites?

Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hi Kirk,

It works, I am delighted.

Thank you

Hello , Thanks for this great videos and I m enjoying learning English this way.        I am just want to thank you all for your efforts in this amazing  website.
Kind regards
littlemoon

Hello littlemoon,

Thank you for your warm comments!  It really is appreciated and it's nice for all of us here at LearnEnglish to know that we're helping people with their learning.

Best wishes,

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Good Morning
What means " I’m off to "? I can't find it in Cambridge Dictionaries Online.

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