The Flatmates episode 192, from BBC Learning English
30 июля 2013

The Flatmates episode 192, from BBC Learning English

The Flatmates episode 192, from BBC Learning English
Khalid is stopped by a market research interviewer doing a survey for a travel company. What will Kahlid say? Find out more in episode 192 - A street survey - from BBC Learning English.
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#1 написал: thesky363 (1 августа 2013 07:57)
Native speakers always shorten those when they speak I reckon. I'd for I would or I had. I'll for? I will. I've for I have :)
#2 написал: thesky363 (1 августа 2013 07:57)
If there was a serious problem, I spoke to the manager. :) I reckon. that? kind of conditional is used to say things aren't real now and unlikely to happen I reckon.
#3 написал: vu thai (1 августа 2013 07:57)
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#4 написал: Salvatore Nicolella (1 августа 2013 07:57)
have? a look here, they explain evrth...
#5 написал: Yunus Asfari (1 августа 2013 07:57)
A: the correct is:? If there were a serious problem
#6 написал: Hank Liao (1 августа 2013 07:57)
"? I'd " for "I would"
#7 написал: MikFrey (1 августа 2013 07:57)
In this context "well" means "thus" or "so" - maybe these are not perfect words for replacment well in this sentance, but I can't remind better right new. It doesn't mean literally well, it's just introduction to the? answer.
#8 написал: THEJNESAEJAN (1 августа 2013 07:57)
what does 'well' in 0.28 mean? and what does 'i'd' short for?. Sorry for the? stupid questions.
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