CBE 1.02 | That film was scary! - Talking about films in the past tense
04.27.2021 - By Learn English with Coffee Break English
This week Kate tells us about which films she likes, and doesn’t like! We learn lots of vocabulary related to films, and we practice using the past simple tense of the verb ‘be’.
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