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English User Guides / Warnings

Click on the correct warning for using the expressions below: Can't remember?  Check again from the box on the right.


 

I reckon

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Bloody hell

Safe Attention Danger

I'm stuffed

Safe Attention Danger

Hang on

Safe Attention Danger

Ta

Safe Attention Danger

Speaking English - Syllables

 Listen to expressions 1-10 and choose the number of syllables spoken, then choose the syllable with the most stress.      

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Listening to English - Fill the Gaps

Listen to all of the conversation below and fill in the gaps in the text using expressions from 1-10, choose from the drop-down box in each gap.


 

Listen to Audio Clip:

Josh: "Hey Claire,

Claire: "pretty crap actually"

Josh: "Why,

Claire: "Oh I'm just really

from working all week and then yesterday I hurt my ankle trying to fix up the backyard and now I have to finish an assignment for uni"

Josh: " 

 any wonder you feel crap, you're doing too much! You need a break . . . a pizza and a movie, what do you  

Claire: " 

 that sounds great!  

 I'll get some money for you,  veggie pizza for me please"

Josh: "

I'll be back soon, anything to drink?"

Claire: "Just a Coke, "

Formal English

Choose from the drop-down box, the formal English to replace the slang.


 

Hi Simon How are you going?

I reckon we should go see a movie today

Sam: "Hey thanks for emailing me that information"

Brook: "No worries"

I shouldn't have walked into work, I'm stuffed

Hang on I'm not ready, I just have to put on my shoes.

Sam: "Here's the book you wanted"

Claire: "Ta"

I heard you bought a house, Good on you

You look terrible, What's up?

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