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Music Scene 1

Stephen visits Ashlie and her band as they rehearse in a recording studio.

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Intermediate: B1

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Hello sunshinewing,

I'm afraid this is a local problem, related to your geographical location, and there is nothing we can do to help other than provide the extra links you mention - and we are doing this with as much new content as possible. If you have access to YouTube then you can look on there for British Council LearnEnglish content too.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

hello, peter,
thank you very much for your prompt reply. i will try youtube or wait for the extra links.
best wishes,
wing

Hello. Someone help me with this sentence " We can´t make up our minds" What´s it means?

It's mean : can't decided something Ichigo.
EX : I cant make up my mind for this job offer. -> It's mean : I can't not decided about this job offer.

Hello Ichigo,

You can find 'make up your mind' in the Cambridge Dictionary – see the search box in the dark grey box on the right side of this page. It means 'decide'.

Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Thank you very much Kirk !

It was very useful for me to know about that special rules .
Thanks a lot again :)

Best regards ,
iliya_b

Hello Teachers !

Here , when Teri 2 says ' Oh , let him have a play ' , it means ' Let him have a go ' ?
Sorry for asking you about it , but I couldn't find the meaning in the dictionary .

Thank you ,

best regards ,
iliya_b

Hello iliya_b,

Yes, that's right. This form is not nearly as common as other similar ones (e.g. 'take a walk', 'have a shower', etc.), and it's great that you noticed this. A delexical verb such as 'have' + a noun that is formed from a verb are sometimes used to refer to an action in an informal style, particularly if it's an unplanned, casual activity, as is the case here.

Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Thank you very much Kirk for your answer !

Best regards ,
iliya_b

Hello !

Is this a common practice in modern English to address girls with ' Guys ' as Stephen and the engineer do ?

Thank you ,

Best regards ,
iliya_b

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