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Monday at 6:30 pm
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In this lesson, the main character (and his new friend, Michelle) has landed in New York. The pilot announces the date, the time, and the temperature-- for which Zo seems to be unprepared! How do you feel when you land at your destination after a long flight-- besides tired? What kind of traveler are you-- the kind who checks the weather and is totally ready for the trip, or the kind who likes surprises?

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Monday at 3:34 pm
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Hi kevin,


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kevin
Sunday at 5:32 pm
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hello, my city has just experienced a tyehoon, it has been raining and winding for days, so the weather is very cool.

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Monday at 10:40 am
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Hi Almira,


In "or the kind who likes surprises?", "like" means "to like something". So it is the like/love version of like.


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Almira
Saturday at 1:25 am
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If I go on long trip with my mom,I always be ready for cold since my mom always bring coat or jacket with herself,she says if you head for trip you must bring some cloth with yourself,but I though Which was extra thing that always have a coat in your arm on the way. After having bad experience I deeply regret for not listening what mom says.that day I planned to go the other city which takes four hours by bus form where I am,It was sunny afternoon in spring,I thought It would not have a big difference between short distance of two cities and changes of weather in four hours,before I went off mom said " take a coat ,don't rely on spring's weather" , but I didn't listen her advice,just wore a little bit cloth,unfortunately, when I arrived in there ,it had heavy rain,I was so cold out the bus,waiting taxi for long time since traffic jam,I said myself " I would take a coat where I go ......"

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Almira
Saturday at 12:11 am
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Hi, At the end of your post says " ......or the kind who likes surprises?" In there,"likes" indicates "looks like" or indicates "Like,love" ,I'm confused since it's like " what dose she like" "what is she like"......

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Thank you Haitham! :smile::thumbsup:


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Haitham
Thursday at 1:02 pm
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I don't know how to say thank you .

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Monday at 3:28 pm
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Dear Haitham,

Let's look at the key part of the phrase. "As the pilot's voice trails off overhead". The key verb is "to trail off" - the pilot's voice trails off, which means that his voice fades into the distance and disappears (the volume decreases). "Overhead" means "above" (literally over your head) and is used because the speakers in an aeroplane are always above your head.

"You seem to lose track of time and the world below youโ€ - let's break this one down too. "To lose track of time" means you forget how fast time is going - when finally you check the time it is later that you realized." "The world below you" means you are in a high place, for example, a plane, so that the world is literally below you. Each meaning may depend slightly on the context. It could mean you are away from reality because you are in a high place somewhere up in the clouds.

If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to ask!

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Haitham
Saturday at 11:37 am
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Hi there,

I have two question, the first one is " As the pilot's voice trails off overhead" when I said trails off overhead ?

what is that mean .

the second is "you seem to lose track of time and the world below you" could you explain this phrase please,

thanks a lot .

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Salivia Baker
Tuesday at 6:20 am
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Wouldn't the pilot say "ladies and gentlemen"? On the flights I have been so far he/she said ladies and gentlemen instead of everyone.


gosh Fahrenheit.. why can't the USA have Celsius and the metric system?


according to this http://134.176.128.63/fheit.html 50ยฐF are 10ยฐC