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Farming Scene 1

Stephen and Ashlie have trouble finding their way and Ashlie has a bit of a fright.

Do the first two Tasks while watching the video, then try Task 3. If you need help, you can read the Transcript at any time.

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Intermediate: B1

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Hello Roxiane,

I think the best way for you to ask us these kinds of questions would be via our Contact us page – if you could put all of your questions in one message, that would be helpful.

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Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hi, I have a question about the sentence: "I think I just stood in something". Because of this "just" I would use present perfect. What do you think?

Hello romib,

Yes, you could use the present perfect here, and 'just' is often used with the present perfect in general. It's also possible with the past simple, as in this case, and this is particularly common in varieties of American English (though Ashlie speaks British English).

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hello romib,

'into' is typically used when you enter some kind of enclosed space (e.g. a room, a park, an automobile) so it doesn't work here, as there is no enclosed space. 'onto' is similar, though the space is a flat surface that is not on the same level as other flat spaces around it, e.g. a train platform. There are certainly exceptions to this, but in general that's how they work.

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Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

hopeless and weird

That was also a funny video. Thanks.

hi please can you help me where can I find the key to any exercises? :) thanks

Hi Nataly 33,

I've answered this question on another thread - please post questions once only and we will answer them as soon as we can.

 

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Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

please tell me what does this mean?
we should GET GOING

Hello Yerhaneh,

You can find this by search for 'get going' in our Cambridge Dictionaries Online search box on the lower right side of this page. Note that you'll have to scroll down the page past several definitions until you see 'get going/moving' in green letters.

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Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

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