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Blackpool Scene 1 - Language Focus

Rob talks about 'look', 'look like' and different ways of making suggestions.

Watch the video and then do the tasks.

Task 1

Language Task

Read the sentences and decide whether the gap should be filled with 'like' or 'looks like'.

Exercise

Task 2

Language Task 2

Complete the sentences by selecting the right answers.

Exercise

Task 3

Language Task 3

Rearrange the words into ways of making suggestions.

Exercise

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Language level

Intermediate: B1

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Hello !
I saw in top of the video: "Rob talks about the verb 'like' and different ways of making suggestions." I think it's a mistake, don't I ? Rob talks about the verb "look".
All the best !

PS:: Very interesting video ! Thanks a lot !
Clauvera2016

Hi
could you please tell me why we put "a" before "go" in the second sentences in Task 3?

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hi,

what does : " This room looks like a a hurricane hit it!" means in task 1? (I don't understand" hurricane hit it"

Hi gillesparis,

This idiom means that the room was a complete mess and not tidy at all.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Hm, this part was easy. Thanks.

"Blackpool looks a nice place to live " ( task 1, question 4 ) could be correct or is totally wrong ?

A nice is about the place...You can say Blackpool looks like a place(without nice) ..it's dont have real meaning but it's corect

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