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Learn English: 20 ways to say “I don’t know”

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How deep is the ocean?
What’s the tallest tree on earth?
Is there a parking lot around here somewhere?
Is the mall still open?
Does he have any siblings?
What’s the exact age of the earth?
Where can I get a cheap dinner around here?
Why is the sky blue?
How long is this movie?
Who’s going to win the next election?
What’s the fastest way to get downtown?
What’s the tallest mountain in Monaco?
Did Laina come to the party last night?
Do you know if Tim Drake is working today?
How much does that job pay?
Is Jackie here yet?
Could Hulk beat Thanos in a fight?
Is the school going on strike?
Are they making another Avengers movie?
What’s the largest lake in Asia?

I had fun in this class. Thanks so much Alex!

Tuesday, September 15th 2020

I missed question 13. Could you explain?

“Did Laina come to the party?”
The correct response is “Not as far as I know.”

This is similar to saying “To the best of my knowledge, no.” In that regard, it’s not really like saying “I don’t know,” but is closer to saying “Based on my own knowledge and everything I have heard about the situation until this moment…no.”

Tuesday, September 15th 2020

My pleasure! I’m glad you enjoyed it. 🙂

I got 15/20 for the only once listen, if i listen again sometimes maybe the result is better, although that i felt proud of that, I think don’t need remember every the answer means I don’t know, anyway thank Alex, I wait the next lesson of yours

Tuesday, September 15th 2020

Nice job! I always recommend that students try again after a couple of days. I’m glad you enjoyed this video, and I hope you will use some of these phrases in the future.

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Tuesday, September 15th 2020

Nice webpage Alex!!Haven´t seen it yet!!Hope your project becomes very successful!!After a quick glance, I can say that the blog gathers very interesting entries.
All the best with your private lessons, books, etc. and thank you for teaching us since 2009 😉

Thanks a lot! Looking forward to a new journey! 🙂

Tuesday, September 15th 2020

Thank you Alex, you are a great teacher! Congrats!

Tuesday, September 15th 2020

Thank you for your lesson. Its good job for me. I should learn speak English. I hope because of you.

Tuesday, September 15th 2020

Rob, shut up!!We have no idea!!!We only know we love Alex’s lessons!!

Tuesday, September 15th 2020

Hi Alex,
My nephew has the same name as you.
Very difficult for me to remember all of these sentences, although some I already knew.
Thank for you work.

Tuesday, September 15th 2020

It’s a good name! 😉

It’s definitely tough to remember all of these sentences, but this video will always be here to remind you of them. Good luck with your studies!

Tuesday, September 15th 2020

Hi Alex! I’ve got 18/20. I learned something more from your helpful lesson.

Tuesday, September 15th 2020

That’s great to hear! Good luck with all of your studies!

I got 18/20, #11 and #18 were wrong. Thanks Alex

Tuesday, September 15th 2020

That’s okay! That’s still really good! 🙂 I hope you found the information useful!

Hello! 🙂 I hope you have a great week!

Are you sure Alex is one of the best teachers you have?
I don’t know if he’s the best, but he’s definitely one of the best.
Thanks Alex.

Wednesday, September 16th 2020

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