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Tuesday, October 02, 2018


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Hi Sir Simon!
I find it difficult for me on this task...
In our real life, whenever we don't understand what people said, simply say" I beg you pardon!? But, unfortunately it doesn't happen in test, then I wish.....chance is always there for someone who don't give up....

I think the result based on how good your imagination is (the sufficient condition is you already know those collocations)

It is hard to understand to me so please explain elaborately every key words mentioned above.

I think the key is navigation and negotigation.If there is a map, follow what you heard as you walking in the map or You can draw quickly in your draft in case no map printed in the test.

can anybody explain these phrases please ?
1. the path that branches off to the right
2. where the path bends

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