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Farming Scene 1 - Language Focus

Rob explains how to use ‘should’, ‘should have’ and some expressions used in giving directions.

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Intermediate: B1

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Hello rosario70,

Yes, that sentence is grammatically correct.

Best wishes,

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

i'm the new user please guide me

Hello Amjid Amjid,

Welcome to LearnEnglish!  First of all, a request: please post questions once only. We will answer them as soon as we are able and posting multiple times only slows the process down.

My first suggestion would be to explore the site.  Use the links at the top of the page to go to different sections and see what kinds of materials are available.  Get a feel for the level of difficulty of different sections so you can see what will be most useful to you at the moment.

Then start with something that is not too high a level. Many users find Elementary Podcasts Series Three a good place to start.  Work through the episodes, and remember that you can use the transcript to help you, or to read and listen to at the same time after you have done the exercises. As you work, it's important to keep a vocabulary notebook. Organise it by topic ('work', 'family', 'food', etc.) and add words and phrases to it as you go through the material.  Test yourself regularly to see if you remember the words.

Finally, practise English every day, even if it's only for 10 minutes. You can study the vocabulary you've recorded, listen to an Elementary Podcasts episode again, or if you have a friend who is also learning English, practise speaking with them. You can also practise by yourself, just speaking English when you are alone at home or at work.  This kind of practice is great for developing fluency in speaking, so that when you need to use English in the 'real' world you are ready and confident.

I hope those suggestions are helpful.

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Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

hi..thanx my dear for your clarrifications am so gratefull.

thanks...mam aisha. finally i am here. i want to become a good speaker. and also english instructer. please tell me step by step aproach. my e-mail adress is xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx

Hello outlandish,

It's great that you want to practise speaking English, but I'm afraid it's against our House Rules to share personal information such as your email address.

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Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hi, I can't catch some words Rob says at time code 00:10 - You found the farmhouse ..........

Hello Aung Thet Naing,

At 0:10, Rob says 'So you found the farmhouse in the end?'

Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hi...I get harder to differentiate the word accross and along in the direction can you help me please. when and where should i do across and along.

Hello MamaAisha,

'Across' is generally used when we go from one side to the other, such as when we go across a bridge. We often use across with nouns like bridge, road, street, room, field, country, sea, ocean and river.

'Along' generally means going in the same direction rather than from one side to the other.  We can go along a road (this time following it towards its end rather than going from one side to the other), a path or a corridor, for example.

I hope that helps to clarify it for you.  Remember that you can use our Cambridge Dictionaries Online search tool (on the right of this page) to look up words like this.

Best wishes,

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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