The Flatmates episode 40, from BBC Learning English
30 июля 2013

The Flatmates episode 40, from BBC Learning English

The Flatmates episode 40, from BBC Learning English
Michal has just found out what Helen told Professor Lewis. Will he think that Helen did the right thing or not? Find out in episode 40 Right or wrong? from BBC Learning English.
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#1 написал: ElenathSilivren (1 августа 2013 07:49)
Pha, if you don't want to get caught - don't cheat. :P It's not like Hellen ran off to the proff. and told her? everything
#2 написал: cheung keefung (1 августа 2013 07:49)
stick to? your friends
#3 написал: MrAlex03061996 (1 августа 2013 07:49)
Poor? Helen(
#4 написал: Gil Vegliach (1 августа 2013 07:49)
The answer in my opinion is 1. The phrase 'stick? to sth' is used with inanimate objects, such as 'stick to your plans' whereas 'how you say' is wrong as a question. The phrase 'you did, what?' is acceptable in speaking. Am I right?
#5 написал: Justice2090 (1 августа 2013 07:49)
ho yes? baby you're ugly and obnoxious
#6 написал: Huy Nguyen (1 августа 2013 07:49)
c. how you say of course. I think? Micheal made an overdose for helen, if i was him i'll not so angry like that.
#7 написал: MrInwestycjaLichen (1 августа 2013 07:49)
Crimen Sollicitationis?
#8 написал: H? Qu?c Nam (1 августа 2013 07:49)
Personally I think when you let Michel, one speaks English as a second language, makes a lot of mistakes when he is speaking? in your lessons is virtually not good. As Michal, I am learning English and I do think all those mistakes will be set in our minds automatically. I suppose that we should not teach a language in that way! Regards! Nam,aged 22, Vietnam.
#9 написал: thebestteacher20 (1 августа 2013 07:49)
1.It should be"? What did you do?" 2.Stick to your friend is correct. 3.It should be "How do you say?"
#10 написал: bbclearningenglish (1 августа 2013 07:49)
@MrAntidot it means the professor had her in a very difficult, almost impossible situation where? she had to do something. The "over a barrel" refers to the idea of being held at gunpoint.
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