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Episode 20

The end is here! But not forever... This is the last podcast of Series 3. Adam talks about animal noises and we hear the latest from Carolina and Emily.

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  • How do you feel about animals? If you've been to Britain, do you think what Tess and Ravi said is true - are the British pet lover?
  • How do people view animals where you live? How common is it for people to have pets in your country? Do you have one? What kind?

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Intermediate: B1


Hi everybody from Azerbaijan. Can anyone say me when does new season of podcasts begin?

Hi shekikhanli,

I'm afraid we don't have a concrete date for this yet, but there will be a new series in the near future. Watch this space, as they say!

Best wishes,



The LearnEnglish Team

Hi there,

giving a little bit your time to answer a question to me. " anyway" I believe that is a link word so, this doubt has been giving in my mind for days, can I use it to conclude an idea like the word "so"?

Best wishes,

Caio Carvalho

Hi Caio Carvalho,

I'm not really sure what your question is. Could you include an example sentence so we can see what you mean. It will be much clearer if we can refer to a concrete example.

Best wishes,



The LearnEnglish Team

Hello, Peter.

How are you?

there you go, I will include an example sentence like this:"Anyway you have learned a good expression and it's time to say goodbye". thanks so much!

Best wishes,

Caio Carvalho

Hello Caio,

I think I see what you mean now. Yes, 'anyway' is often used in the way you used it in that sentence.

Best wishes,
The LearnEnglish Team

HI team,
I have a doubt

Is there any exception for using this sentence like this:
1) He/she have/do ......

if it is there, could please explain me the reason?

Thank You

Hello bharathviki,

Could you please give an example? The only use I can think of is the subjunctive in a sentence such as 'It's essential that she do her homework', but this sort of use is relatively rare nowadays. As this is an uncommonly used form, we don't have an explanation of this, but I'm sure you can find one by doing an internet search if you want to know more about it.

Best wishes,
The LearnEnglish Team

We're looking forward to hear the series 4 ASAP,
Thanks a lot for your effort

Is the series 4 going to be out?