And my question is: Why does Rob use verb "wanted" than "want" in the sentence? You can say 'I want to talk about...' or 'I wanted to talk about...' Best wishes, Peter The Learn English Team Hello the Team, I can't catch some words.At , Rob says, 'Anyway, I want you to look at some of the vocabulary of love and romance ......................
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Stephen tries to help her find Mr Right – but the road to true love is never smooth!
Meanwhile, Amandeep does meet one happy couple, and Word on the Street are guests on a very special day – their wedding!
Maxing your best girl's confidant link all the way to girlfriend stage is nice and all, but it really feels very insular and disjointed.
There's no mention of the relationship anywhere outside of that given confidant link, it feels kinda weird. Its like that in every game, this isnt a full blown dating sim its more like a socializing simulator.
None of the main girls were above the other but Rise is the only one who gets a bit more catty if another girl makes a move.
In fact, she feels the most threaten by Naoto and Marie.
Hello Phương Thanh, Often there is little logic to why we say 'make' or 'do' -- it's simply that we say 'make' with some things and 'do' with others.
You can read a bit more about this on our delexical verbs page and in the Do or make? If you have any other questions after reading those pages, please let us know and we'll be happy to help you. Rob : Anyway, I wanted to look at some of the vocabulary of love and romance that came up. Hi Nizam Balinese, Both are quite possible here and can be used interchangeably in this context without any change in meaning.
“She’s kept things very together to stay composed but this scene is the opposite of that.
She’s quite clear about what she wants because she fears she’ll never have the chance to have that with him again.” Emmanuel also spoke about reading the script for the first time, detailing how her thoughts first went towards the characters, realising the moment was a huge deal for them.
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