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English User Guides / Warnings
Click on the correct warning for using the expressions below. Can't remember? Check them from the bar on the right.
Speaking English - Syllables
Listen to expressions 41-50 and choose the number of syllables spoken, then choose the syllable with the most stress.
Listening to English - Fill the Gaps
Fill in the gaps in the dialogue using expressions from all the expressions, 1-50, choose from the drop-down box in each gap.
Alison: "Hey how's it going?"
Sarah: ", what about you?"
Alison: "Oh man, I'm "
Sarah: "How come?"
Alison: "Just been at work all week, haven't had a chance to scratch myself!"
Sarah: "Why so busy?"
Alison: "Oh, just trying to get extra work done so I can start my leave early at the end of the year"
Alison: "Yeah but it's been "...
..."don't really know if it's worth it
. . .Maybe I should just not go"
Sarah: "Well ,
. . . the same as in this picture, you'll be enjoying sun, sand and sexy boys while we are here working! I reckon you can probably
. . .Ooh look, it says free massage, you do look very tired, I think you'd better stay here and I'll go instead!"
Alison: "OK , I'll stop complaining!"
Choose the formal English to replace the slang.
I don't give a shit about what you think
Check it out, I fixed the chair!
I'm sorry, Haven't got a clue, maybe you should ask Barry.
Thanks for showing me, I get it now.
I'm not sure if I will be able to do this, but I'll Give it a crack
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