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How to ask someone where they got something

Watch two people talking about where one of them got something.

Do the preparation task first. Then watch the video and do the task. You can read the transcript at any time.

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Intermediate: B1

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Hello nasir.anzoor,

'Could do with...' means 'I could do with...', which means 'They would be useful to me'.

'For ages' means 'for a very long time'.

'Tasty tasting' is not something we'd usually say. It is a joke here: the man says the sandwich is 'tasty looking' and the woman responds that it is 'tasty tasting'; in other words, the woman says it looks tasty and the man replies that it is tasty.

I hope that clarifies it for you.

Best wishes,

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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Hi. I can't hear clearly and I see the transcript but ...you know, they talk very fast, sound don't like what I saw. Can you give me a advice?

Hi boyane,

Practice makes perfect! It takes time to develop your ear. I have two main suggestions. First, listen to an episode many times - at least five or six! If it's still very difficult to follow, then I'd suggest trying Word on the Street or the Elementary Podcasts, which are a bit slower.

Good luck!

Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

What is the diffrent can & could ple teal me

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hi, i have i question about "can" and "could", its well known that "could" is the past form of "can", but sometimes i see sentences where "could" is used in present tenses, in questions also in answers, so how to get the actual use of these words, like i am confused as peoples says, for example ;( you can go to Karachi today after one hour, ) and ( you could go to Karachi today after one hour, )

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