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Episode 10 - Sportsman

Sammy shows Julia some photos of him playing different sports. Why is she not impressed?

Task 1: Check your understanding 1

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Task 3: Present continuous 1

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Task 5: Present continuous questions

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Task 8: Making sentences

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I presume that it means like "Shut your mouth!" or "Get off my back!" or " It won't hurt to shut up!" Correct??

Hello mitykg,

'You can hurt yourself' means that it is possible to get injured.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Yes, I have many photos of myself. I have more than two photos so they are many photos. I like to take photos of plants, nature and view of colourful sky.

I have many photos. I like to take photo with my phone's camera.

no, i don't have many pictures of myself. however i take many pictures of something interesting in the streets and beautiful scenery.

well, i have had some photo with my family actually. no, i don't. i'm quiet shy so i haven't had any photos yet

My photos are of my daughter, my family, my friends and myself. Yes, I have many photos of myself on my cellphone.

On my phone I have photos about sharing with my girlfriend in different places, family, friends playing football and things like that.

Hello!
Could you answer the following question, pls?
Julia: Oh, yes. And you're playing tennis?
Is it question? What about order of words in question sentences?

Hello Sergeevich,

It is a question, though as you rightly notice, it doesn't have the typical word order. You can use the normal word order to ask a question when you're asking the other person to confirm that you've understood something correctly.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

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