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Learn English with! You just bought tickets to see the hottest new American band, and you can’t wait to go. You bought an extra one for your best friend, and when you tell her about it in English, she’s excited to join you. The problem is, when you tell her, she’s standing with her boyfriend, and you can’t stand being around him. Of course, she then asks you in English whether you bought him a ticket. Of course you didn’t, did you?

In this lesson, you’ll learn about using verbs exceptions to the simple present tense in English. Our English conversation takes place at work in the afternoon. The speakers are co-workers; therefore, they’ll be speaking English semi-professionally. You’ll also learn what tag questions are. Visit us at, where you will find many more fantastic English lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!

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Hello Listeners! Do you think Mitch got the idea? Have you ever had a boss that was trying to “strike fear” into the hearts of you’re co-workers?


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