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Talking about a New TV Series

Sarah goes to visit John at his house. He is watching TV series and she asks him about it…

Sarah: Hi John, I thought I’d stop by to see what you’re up to. What are you watching?

John: I’m watching a new series that has just come out. It’s called ‘White Lines’.

Sarah: Is it any good?

John: Yes, it’s amazing! It’s a mystery thriller about a girl who is searching for her brother who disappeared.

Sarah: Oh, it sounds really interesting. I love thrillers too! Did you download it?

John: No, I’m streaming it online.

Sarah: What website?


Sarah: I’ve never used it before. Do you need to sign up?

John: No, you don’t need a username and password. Just type the website in and it’ll come up for you. Let’s watch this episode together. I’ll fill you in on what’s happened so far…

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Talking about a New TV Series


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Example sentence
To come across something

To find something


He came across a

nice, little

restaurant while he

was walking

through the town.

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To check out
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  2. To check out of a hotel

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To eat in a


When I lived in

France, I used to

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To finish eating

food or doing work


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To eat small amounts of food between meals

If you eat breakfast

in the morning,

you’re less likely

to snack on


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