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Jobs Scene 1 - Language Focus

Rob and Ashlie talk about using ‘out’ with verbs and some phrases used when ordering in a restaurant.

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Language level

Intermediate: B1


As a six form college called Gymnasium, I jobbed as the only black and person on a hill at Falkenstein Hamburg, where the First Deutsche Golf Meisterschaft, took place, handing out chilled drinks, to professionals.

As six form college called Gymnasium 'student'...

Hello LearnEnglish team,
Please help me to find out the correct answer & tell me about the reason
Q :It has been raining _____ morning
(a)since (b) from (c)till (d)at
Thank you

Hello Sharmila,

Why don't you tell us which answer you think is correct, and why? Then we can verify it for you, or help you understand your mistake if you made one.

All the best,
The LearnEnglish Team

what did Ashile mean when she said `in the end` ? she meant after waiting for a long time they did enjoy or this is some kind of expression or ....

Hello StrangeGr,

In this context, 'in the end' means 'when they finally got it' - she's suggesting that there were some problems before the food actually reached the customers.

Best wishes,



The LearnEnglish Team

sweet: as afrodeutsch I had mincepie as subtitute to cake in Germany.

for Xmas

I always say, "Bon appetit" instead of "Enjoy your food"))

In FCE, I learnt, have a nice meal.