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Episode 19

Tess and Ravi talk about a scary monster. But there's something worse than monsters; Adam and Rob say goodbye!

Tess & Ravi

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Exercise

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  • Do you believe that the Loch Ness monster really exists?
  • Have you ever visited Loch Ness? Would you like to go?
  • Tell us about any stories of strange monsters that you know about from your country, in the water or on the land.
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Intermediate: B1

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try to love person so u wont cry more

I haven't been to Britain But I'd love to go and Visit Loch Ness . It's interesting story about Nessi . I don't think it really exists. I do think like Tess and Ravi that May be It is invented stories to get people go there and make it one of the tourist attractions. I"d like to go there regardless of its monster I like to see the stunning views of the lack and to have a trip on a bout and enjoy the fresh air. When I have found about it on Word on the street and Britain is great series I got really excited to visit it. It's really incredible. I love Britain and I wish to spend years of my life there But i don't know how . I will just pray to Allah to grant my wish if it is good for me.

I expect to visit Scotland sometime of my life

I don’t believe that the Loch Nessi monster exists. I think this is myth or superstition story. If there was monster ,any scientist would discover it. In our country we don’t believe in this silly stories, because our people is laden with problems and concerns which are more horrible than any real or unreal monster.

thanks for every one

I want to ask what does four-legged friends mean?

Hi hayaalqasem,

'Four-legged friends' means animals which are pets or which live with people.  Very often it refers to dogs or cats, because these are the most common pets.

Best wishes,

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Tank you Peter. it was great

Thanks Peter

Thanks for everything

Tess and Ravi ... Thank you very much ...

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