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Living English Episode 7: Come to lunch

Living English Episode 7: Come to lunch

Sarah invites Anne to meet her family. Sarah and Anne taste a sample of wine. Going to is used for things you intend to do in the future. It is always followed by a verb. ANNE Mmm. It’s very smooth. Good flavour too. SARAH It sells well in restaurants...

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Living English: He didn’t write ( 6)

Living English: He didn’t write ( 6)

Living English Episode 6: He didn’t write The simple past tense is used to talk about events in the past that are finished. ANNE My brother, David, worked in the family business too. But he didn’t like it. He wanted to try something different. JOHN So...

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Living English: Are you married? ( 5)

Living English: Are you married? ( 5)

Living English Episode 5: Are you married? Anne describes her brother to the private investigator. There are different words for countries and nationalities. ANNE Can you help me? JOHN Well I’ll try. Now tell me about your brother Ms Lee. How old is he?...

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Living English: Second on the left ( 4)

Living English: Second on the left ( 4)

Living English Episode 4: Second on the left Anne is looking for John’s office. A woman is waiting at a bus stop. Anne approaches her. ANNE Excuse me. WOMAN Yes? ANNE Could you tell me how to get to Mitchell Street? WOMAN Yes. You’re going the wrong way....

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Living English: What time is it? ( 3)

Living English: What time is it? ( 3)

Living English Episode 3: What time is it? In her hotel room, Anne rings a number. John Barbour, the private detective, answers the phone. JOHN Hello, Barbour’s Private Investigation. John Barbour speaking. ANNE Hello. Can you find missing people? JOHN...

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Living English: Enjoy Your Stay ( 2)

Living English: Enjoy Your Stay ( 2)

Living English Episode 2: Enjoy Your Stay Sarah and Mark take Anne to her hotel. She checks in. ANNE Thank you very much for picking me up. SARAH You’re very welcome. Will you be alright here? ANNE Thanks. I’ll be fine. And thankyou Mark, for helping...

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Living English: Pleased to meet you ( 1)

Living English: Pleased to meet you ( 1)

Watch Living English Video Series and get to know the characters of our drama ‘Sisters and Brothers’ as you learn and revise your basic English skills. The 42-part series looks at the English language used in everyday situations such as checking into...

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