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Living English, a 42-part series produced by Australia Network, looks at the English language used in everyday situations such as checking into a hotel or describing people. This episode is titled, “Second on the left.” Click here for details including transcript.

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5 Comments

  • Yaneth 4 years ago

    This episode teach about direction to get to some where. I learned expressions like:
    – Could you tell me how to get to…Smith Street, the airport, the post office, etc.
    – I’m looking for…the post office, the supermarket, etc…
    You’re looking for…
    He’s/She’s/It’s looking for…
    They’re looking for…
    – Direction
    go straight along
    post the silver balls
    turn left
    it’s the second on the right
    opposite the Town Hall

  • Gavin 4 years ago

    This is a very practical teaching video.I learned how to ask the way and some of the position of the expression.

  • This video is very helpful。
    —Could you tell me how to get to (some place) ?
    _You’re looking for…
    -What can i do for you?
    -next to the trees

  • Sujeong 4 years ago

    This video is good.
    I learned
    1 .How to ask for finding somewhere. (ex: Could you tell me how to get to Smith Street? or I’m looking for Smith Street.)
    2 .How to answers. (ex: go straight, pass the silver balls, turn left, on the right, in the middle, opposite the Town Hall.)
    3. What can I do for you? and What do you want to me?

  • Mashari 4 years ago

    I like this video because I learned ‘ How to Ask for a place or person .
    Also I learned description of the place ( on the left – on the right – in the middle .
    1- could you tell me how to get the …. ?
    ex : could you tell me how to get the university ?
    2- I am looking for …
    ex : I am looking for Mr. Jack .
    3- what can I do for you ?