Is there a person that you really admire that you would love to meet?
It can be anyone living or dead!
I would love to met the war poet Rupert Brooke.
He was very handsome and talented and had a short life.
He died during the First World War from blood poisoning through being bitten by an insect. in the desert.
He wrote some very good poetry and he led a very interesting life and had many interesting friends.
I would like to meet Obama, Mr. President of Unites States of America.
Hello Franklin! :)
I am sorry that I am so late with this. :(
I would like to meet Mr* Obama, the President of the United States of America.
'Mr' goes before 'Obama' as that is his name.
Thank you Franklin!
I would love to meet my grandfather. I was 2 years old when he died. He had a liver cancer. I would love to meet him because he was a generious, loving, caring person. And I hadn't the chance to see all of those beautiful qualities.
It is good to see you here.
I would love to meet my grandfather. I was two* years old when he died. He had liver cancer. I would love to meet him because he was a generous, caring loving person and I did not have the chance to see all of those beautiful qualities.
*You should write small numbers under ten.
I can see why you want to meet your grandfather, Nourah!
There is always something special about a grandfather.
As well as being loving and caring - they very often have some very interesting stories to tell.
Thank you for your contribution Nourah!
Please can you explain me that where we can use "Do you feel like " phrases with some example..
Hello Radhika! :)
Please can you explain to me where we can use 'Do you feel like...' phrases with some examples.
This phrase is used at the beginnng of a question. Usually it is to ask someone what they fancy doing - what appeals to them. In other words, it is saying 'are you in the mood to...?
Here are some of the questions you might ask using this phrase:
Do you feel like going to the cinema? Do you feel like going to India for our holiday this year?
Do you feel like taking the dog for a walk? Do you feel like going shopping?
Do you feel like fish for dinner tonight? Do you feel like coming with me to visit my mother?
This would be used in casual conversation with family or friends.
Sometimes a wife might say 'Do you feel like washing up for a change?' to her husband, in a sarcastic tone to remind him it's about time he did the washing up! :))
I hope this has answered your question.
Thanks June I understood now.
I suppose, that i want to meet Winston Cherchil. I think, that Cherchil was the great man, who protected own country. He was good in so many things, for example: policy, economy, and etc. Also he was a great strategist
Where have you been?? :))
It is nice to see you again. :)
I suppose that I want to meet Winston Churchill. I think that Churchill was a* great man who protected his own country. He was good in so many ways; for example, policy, economy and so on. Also so he was a great strategist..
* You need 'a ' here, 'Churchill was a great man who protected his country.; because you think that is what he was and what he did. .
You would use 'the' if used in a specific context:
'Churchill was the great man famous for his speeches and strategies during wartime'.
Here he is specifically famous for something..
I agree with you, if you visit England in the future you can see his grave in Bladon, not far from where he was born at Blenheim Palce, Oxfordshire. It is in a very nice part of Engand.
Well done Sergey!