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Transport and Travel Scene 1 - Language Focus

Rob the teacher talks about using the present perfect to describe events and experiences.

 Watch the video and then do the tasks.

Task 1

Language Task

Rearrange the words into the correct order.

Exercise

Task 2

Language Task 2

Read the questions and select the right forms of the verbs.

Exercise

Task 3

Language Task 3

Choose the correct words to complete the sentences.

Exercise

Task 4

Language Task 4

Rearrange the words to make correct sentences.

Exercise

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Language level

Intermediate: B1

Comments

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I can't listen the last question what Stephen ask Teacher. Anyone could help me to write it?

hello LamTGiang,

Stephen's last question is 'Have you ever had a better student than me?'

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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Hello everybody , i really like this site and i enjoy it , too , congratulations ! you make it so easy to learn ........ and about the language focus it really helps me , keep going guys , good luck :-) Hope i wrote everything correctly

Hello everybody , i really like this site and i enjoy it , too , congratulations ! you make it so easy to learn ........ and about the language focus it really helps me , keep going guys , good luck :-) Hope i wrote everything correctly

Just wondering, what the difference on saying "She's never been to India" vs "She's never been in India" is? Are both sentences gramatically correct? Thanks!

Hello Mayela,

The two sentences are very similar, although the first one sounds more natural to me. The meaning is the same, but the focus in the first one is on visiting India, whereas in the second one the focus is on being in India.

Best wishes,

Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

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