Asking for Help

Step one: Listening and repeating the phrases

Step two: Practicing English phrases with the dialogue. Once you know how to pronounce the phrases, you can mute the video and practise

Step three: Doing the following exercise:

Asking for Help

Asking for Help

Gap-fill exercise

Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter if an answer is giving you trouble. You can also click on the "[?]" button to get a clue. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints or clues!
On the Street.

Brian: me. CouId you me? I need to the National Hotel, on Main St.

Claire: Sure. It’s not far here. You can walk.

Brian: I know. I just came there, but I don’t remember the of the street I took to get here.

Claire: It’s . Take this street and go ahead two blocks, then make a on Main St. You’ll the hotel.

Brian: Thank .

Claire: No .

Brian: Just one thing…do you have the time?

Claire: Yep… four fifteen.

At School.

Kenny: Excuse , Ms. Morgan, I’m not I understand what I have do…

Barbara: Kenny, in this activity you to find the adjectives this text.

Kenny: Oh, adjectives?

Barbara: you remember what an adjective , Kenny?

Kenny: Sure! It’s a…it’s a…it’s like a , isn’t it?

Barbara: Well, a way, yes. It gives quality to a noun. For , when you say ‘intelligent man’, what’s adjective?

Kenny: The is intelligent.

Barbara: Very , Kenny. Now find in your text.

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