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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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Exercise

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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

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Hello Chinasky,

Yes, there will be a fourth series soon but we cannot confirm an exact day yet. Watch this space!

Best wishes,

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Hello I want to download the podcast on my phone what should I do please could you help me how to do that.....

Hello woul domach,

If you have an iPhone, you can find the Elementary Podcasts in iTunes by searching for 'British Council LearnEnglish' in the iTunes store. With Android, click on the link to GooglePlay on the top right side of this page. I'd also recommend you check out our Apps page to see content designed specifically for hand-held devices.

I hope this helps you!

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hi, everybody, it's nice to meet you and share the activities.

hi

Hi i have a question when we pronounce some of english like ( konw ) then k letter is silent what is reason
Please tell me

Hi bharatseervi,

Some languages have spelling which is phonetic - that is to say, the spelling and the pronunciation are consistent. Other languages, such as English, have spelling which is not so consistent with the pronunciation. Words in English can change their pronunciation over time, while the spelling does not change so quickly, for example. I'm afraid you simply have to learn the spelling when you learn the word.

Best wishes,

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Hello everyone,

So, I read an article about contractions and I got worried when I just saw these example " he has met => he's met or she has studied => she's studied " I've never seen these contractions, yet. In other words, how to pronounce has becomes -'s without making a mistake. Is it like verb to be?
please, giving me a hand!

see you soon,

Caio Carvalho

Hello caiocarvalho,

The contraction for both 'is' and 'has' is pronounced like 'z'. In other words, "he's" is pronounced like 'heez', and "she's" like 'sheez'.

Best wishes,

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

hi everybody
the exercise is so funny and i actually love sound the animal

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