Harry Kane scores a hat-trick for Spurs against West Brom.

Group Nouns - 16/17 ep.23

In this week's Premier Skills English podcast, Rich and Jack talk about the latest news from the Premier League and a fantastic performance from Harry Kane. The language focus this week is on collective nouns and a tricky little question we often receive from listeners: when we are writing or speaking about football teams, do we use singular or plural verbs? We also have a new football phrase for you to guess and a Premier League prediction for you to make. Enjoy!

How much did you understand?

Vocabulary

In the podcast, Rich and Jack used some words and phrases that might be new for you. You can see two examples here: 

Chelsea dropped Diego Costa from their team.

I was gutted when Ibrahimovic equalised with just six minutes left.

There were a few more tricky words in the podcast. Can you remember all of them? Try the activity below, then, listen to the podcast again to hear how we used the words in context. This can really help with understanding.

Activity 1: In this activity, have a look at the vocabulary and try to match it to the correct definition.
Can you match the words to their definitions?

Chelsea defender, Marcos Alonso, scored twice for Chelsea against Leicester.

Language - Collective Nouns

In this week's podcast, Jack and Rich spoke about whether football team names use a plural or singular verb. They said that a football team name can be used as either a singular or plural noun depending on the context. A football team is a group noun or collective noun and there are lots of other examples of these types of nouns. Take a look at the examples below:

  • army
  • family
  • group
  • team
  • class

These types of nouns can be used in either the singular or plural form. Take a look at these examples:

The government is very unpopular.

The government are always chamging their minds about things.

My family are at home waiting for me.

My family is very important to me.

If you want to learn more about these types of nouns, take a look at our grammar pages on the LearnEnglish website.

Tom Davies sends the Everton fans wild as they beat Man City 4-0.

Language - Collective Nouns

In the Premier League, all football teams are singular in form (Arsenal, Manchester Utd, Chelsea) but, in British English, we use a plural form when we are referring to the football team and their actions. For example:

Arsenal are on the attack.

Chelsea have won again.

When we are talking about a Premier League club as an institution or a business, we may sometimes see the singular form used and, in American English, the singular form is also used to refer to the team on the pitch.

Olivier Giroud's fine form continued as Arsenal beat Swansea 4-0.

Transcript

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Welcome

Rich: Hello my name’s Rich

Jack: and I’m Jack

Rich: and welcome to this week’s Premier Skills English  podcast

Jack: Where we talk about football and help you with your English.  

Jack: What’s happening this week Rich?

Rich: In this week’s show, we’re going to talk about all the latest news from the Premier League and talk about a problem that our listeners often have when talking about football teams: do we say Arsenal is or Arsenal are? Is it correct to use the singular or the plural form when talking about football clubs?

Jack: Ah yes, the Premier League was back after a short break last weekend. You’ve been on a short break, too, Rich. How were your holidays in New Zealand?

Rich: Fantastic Jack. Lots of firsts for me. My first volcano, first rainforest, first glacier and first swim in the Pacific Ocean.

Jack: Sounds wonderful. I’m a bit jealous. We’ve had lots of wind, rain and snow in the UK in the last week or so. And it’s been freezing.

Rich: Yes, I’ve been very happy with sunshine and 25 degrees every day. Do you want to see the photos?

Jack: No, you can stop now - it’s too much. What else is happening in this week’s podcast.

Rich: As always, we have a new football phrase for you to guess and a Premier League prediction for you to make - we will have all of that later, but let’s start with this week’s headlines.

Headlines

Rich: Chelsea thump Champions 3-0

Jack: Chelsea dropped Diego Costa but still easily beat the Premier League Champions. Two goals from Marcos Alonso and another from Pedro kept the Blues flying high at the top of the Premier League table.

Rich: A happy week for Harry Kane!

Jack: Harry Kane celebrated the birth of his first child in style. A hat-trick against West Brom lifted Spurs into second place in the Premier League table.

Rich: The Toffees stun Manchester City!

Jack: Everton beat Manchester City 4-0 in the surprise result of the weekend. Pep Guardiola now says that City are out of the title race.

Rich: An exciting week in the Premier LEague title race. Guardiola says City are out of the race but I’m not so sure.

Jack: There is still a long way to go. I think there will be lots of twists and turns yet.

Rich: We looked at cliches in last week’s podcast, Jack!

Player of the Week

Jack: Another weekend full of excellent performances in the Premier League.

Rich: Chelsea’s Marcos Alonso had a great game for Chelsea. Two goals for a defender is brilliant. Everton’s Tom Davies in just his second Premier League start was involved in three goals as Everton beat Man City 4-0, and West Ham’s Andy Carroll scored a sensational goal against Crystal Palace.

Jack: But our player of the week, this week is Tottenham’s Harry Kane - his hat-trick against West Brom was fantastic.

Rich: He could have had more. Kane had a total of 11 shots in the match and it is looking like Spurs might be the biggest challengers to Chelsea at the top of the Premier League this season.

Language/Topic Focus:

Jack: In this week’s podcast, we’re going to take a look at a question we are often asked on Premier Skills English.

Rich: When we write about football teams do we use singular or plural verbs? Well, it’s not always clear. Let’s take a look at two sentences.

Jack: The first sentence is ‘Liverpool are now in third place in the Premier League table.’

Rich: The second sentence is ‘Manchester Utd has found it difficult to match the level of success it had when Alex Ferguson was manager.’

Jack: The first sentence is taken from the BBC sport website and the second sentence is taken from the FInancial Times a newspaper about business and finance.

Rich: In the first sentence, a plural is used - the BBC website says ‘Liverpool are’ and in the second sentence the singular is used - ‘Manchester Utd has’ not ‘Manchester Utd have’

Jack: But they are both talking about football teams.  How can both be correct?

Rich: Well, Jack, I think the second example is talking more about the club as a whole.  The writer is thinking about one club or one team, ‘Manchester United has found it difficult.’  The writer discussing Liverpool is thinking more about the players who make up the team, and they, of course, are more than one.  ‘Liverpool are now in third place.’ ‘The players are now in third place.  He or she could also be including the coach and the manager and maybe even the fans.That’s a lot of individuals.  

Jack:  So, can I, if I want, change the examples and say “Liverpool is” and “Manchester Utd have”?   

Rich:  Yes, it’s a question of whether you as a speaker or writer want to emphasize the individuals in the team or club, or talk about the team as a unit.  A team of players, use plural; one team or club, use singular.

Jack Okay, I like having a choice.  But is it the same in American English?  

Rich: Well, it depends and this is a very general piece of advice, but in Britain, we tend to prefer the plural; 'Liverpool are'  and the States tend to prefer the singular; 'Manchester United has'.

Jack: In the podcast and across the Premier Skills English website, you will usually see the plural ‘Liverpool are’ as both Jack and I are British.

Rich: It’s a difficult one, but it is more common to hear and see singular team names like Arsenal and Chelsea being used with plural verbs. Try typing “Chelsea have won” and then “Chelsea has won” into Google and look at the number of search results. There is a very big difference.

Jack: And, it’s not only football teams. You may also see companies, music groups and political parties being used with plural verbs.

Rich: On the podcast page, we have more information about collective nouns and some activities for you to practise using these types of words.

Can you work out this week’s football phrase?

Rich: Have you got a football phrase for us this week?

Jack: Yes, I have, but first, last week’s football phrase. The phrase was replay. If there is a draw in some cup competitions like the FA Cup the match is played again - at the away team’s stadium. In the past, there were lots of replays but these days if the teams are drawing at the end of the replay there is a penalty shootout.

Rich: Did you know that Burnley and Chelsea once had to play a match 5 times before Chelsea finally won!

Jack: Burnley must have been gutted!

Rich: Nice word. I hear football players using that a lot in interviews. It means very, very disappointed.

Jack: Well done to Kwesimanifest from Ghana, Ghigo from Italy, Elghoul from Algeria, Aragorn1986 from Montenegro, Emir from Bosnia, Liubomyr and Alex from Ukraine,  Aleksandr from Uzbekistan and Shobonenok from Russia. Well done to all of you?

Jack: Actually Rich can you have a go at Shobonenok’s nickname. Last week, he said that you didn’t get it quite right.

Rich: Well done to Shobonenok from Russia. Let me know if I’m closer to the correct pronunciation, this week! What’s this week’s phrase, Jack?

Jack: It’s a  word again this time. The word is *********. It’s a word you might hear in the next few week’s because the weather is bad. If it snows too much or a pitch is frozen a match can be ********* and played on a later date.

Rich: Sometimes a match is also ********* because of fixture clashes like a league match with a cup final on the same day.

Premier League Prediction

Rich: Last week’s prediction was Manchester Utd and Liverpool and I have mixed feelings. I’m very happy that I got the correct score and result but I was gutted when Ibrahimovic equalised with just 6 minutes left.

Jack: Still, not a bad result at Old Trafford. I thought United would win and so did our listeners. So, 3 points for you Rich - that takes you back to the top of the prediction league on 12 points.

Rich: A small consolation, Jack.

Jack: Which match are you talking about this week?

Rich: This weekend, Manchester City are at home to Spurs. Last week, Pep Guardiola said that City’s title chances are over. Well, they might be if they lose this one, too. Spurs are in great form and are up to second place. I think City will bounce back from their 4-0 defeat at Everton and surprise Spurs. Final score: Manchester City 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur

Jack: Spurs are just too good right now. I think it will finish 3-1 to Tottenham.

RIch: Right, that’s all we have time for this week.

Jack: Don’t forget to write your answers to our questions and make a guess at our football phrase in the comments below. And remember to make your Premier League prediction in the vote.

Rich: Bye for now and enjoy your football!

 

Premier League Prediction - GW 22 - Man City v Spurs

Last week's featured match was a 1-1 draw between Manchester Utd and Liverpool. Jack and our listeners predicted a win for Manchester Utd, but Rich predicted the correct result and the correct score. Three points for Rich sends him back to the top of our prediction league. Rich is now on 12 points Jack and our listeners stay on 11 points - it's very, very close! Remember, it's one point for the correct result and two additional points for the correct score. The big match in Gameweek 22 is - Man City v TottenhamCan you predict the right score?

  Gameweek 21 Total Points Manchester City v Tottenham
Rich 3 12 2-1
Podcast Listeners 0 11 ?
Jack 0 11 1-3

Make your prediction now!

What do you think?

In this week’s podcast, Jack and Rich spoke about which verb forms we use to speak and write about football teams.

  1. Do you say 'Arsenal is.......' or 'Arsenal are.........'? After listening to this podcast, have you changed what you say?

  2. Pep Guardiola says that Manchester City are out of the Premier League title race. Do you agree with him?

  3. Rich says that Tottenham are the main challengers to Chelsea. What do you think?

Remember to write your guess at this week's football phrase and the questions above in the comments section below.

If you want us to correct your English, just write 'correct me' at the beginning of your comment.

 

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Ghigo Thu, 19/01/2017 - 20:30

this week’s football phrase is *********

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Emir Veličanstveni Thu, 19/01/2017 - 22:15

This week's phrase is *********!

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kwesimanifest Fri, 20/01/2017 - 01:37

This week's phrase is *********

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kwesimanifest Fri, 20/01/2017 - 01:47

I think Pep Guardiola is right. Manchester City are out of the title race as things stand now given their abysmal performance over the past few weeks.
I kind of fancy United finishing above "them" though.

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kwesimanifest Fri, 20/01/2017 - 01:50

I can't help but to agree with Rich on his take about spurs being the main title contenders. The team is playing with some level of determination and its clear what their agenda is "go all out, you never know".

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kwesimanifest Fri, 20/01/2017 - 01:55

Correct me: It depended on the context within which i spoke.
For instance i could say: Arsenal are playing well. Here i mean the Arsenal players, or Arsenal is not making any signings during this tranfer period. Here i am referring to Arsenal as a team or unit

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kwesimanifest Fri, 20/01/2017 - 01:57

Manchester city 1-3 Tottenham

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Liubomyr Fri, 20/01/2017 - 08:53

I think that the phrase is '*********'.

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Liubomyr Fri, 20/01/2017 - 09:05

Correct me.
1. This week’s podcast was very useful to me because I used to say 'Arsenal is.......' and never thought that I might be incorrect.
2. Maybe Pep decided to shift the priorities and now concentrate the team on winning the Champions League. If so, MC will be really out of the race. But it also possible that such big defeat was so stunning to him that he said that just because he was in a very bad mood and the team will recover from that defeat quickly and could contend for title.
3. I think Liverpool are the main challengers to Chelsea. If they could be a little more consistent they could be on top of the table at the end of the season.

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Ghigo Fri, 20/01/2017 - 09:26

Correct me
Hi guys
I prefer to say "IS" because in my opinion is it means one Team.
When I write "Team", for me this word means all people of the Club like player,manager...
I think that Pep Guardiola says that Manchester City is out of the Premier League title race for give a most importan signal to his players.
The next one match will be very very important for Manchester City, the last call for the title.
I'm agree with Rich, I think that Tottenham in this moment, is the Team that plays the best foootbal in the Premier League.
During this week i have watched a program on Sky TV in Italy.
The commentators were Gian Luca Vialli and Paolo Di Canio.
Paolo Di Canio,like Rich said that Spurs are the main challenger to Chelsea.
I think that Liverpool is on of the Premier League title race.

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Rich Mon, 23/01/2017 - 08:35

Hi Ghigo,

Thanks for your message. Like we said in the podcast, both ways are possible and sometimes it's more subjective than we think! I've made a few corrections to your message below, let me know if you have any questions.

  1. I think that Pep Guardiola says that Manchester City is out of the Premier League title race for (to) give a (an) most importan signal to his players. Yes, I agree. Managers often use psychology in their post-match interviews!

  2. The next one match will be very very important for Manchester City, the (their) last call (chance) for the title. They drew 2-2. Is that good enough?

  3. I'm (this is a common mistake in Spanish and probably the same in Italian - we don't use the verb 'to be' because agree is a main verb) agree with Rich, I think that Tottenham, in this (at the) moment, is the Team that plays the best foootbal in the Premier League. Yes, they're playing well but they were lucky to draw with City!

  4. During this week i have watched a program on Sky TV in Italy. The commentators were Gian Luca Vialli and Paolo Di Canio. Paolo Di Canio,like Rich said that Spurs are the main challenger to Chelsea. I'm happy to see that Di Canio agrees with me!

  5. I think that Liverpool is on of (in or out of?) the Premier League title race. Not sure what you mean here. Do you mean Liverpool have a good chance (Liverpool are in the title race) or don't have a good chance (Liverpool are out of the title race)?

Hope that helps.

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team

 

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Ghigo Mon, 23/01/2017 - 09:20

Thanks for the corrections Rich.
Jack says the mistakes are opportunities, I AGREE with him.
About Liverpool I mean that have a good chance.....I said that....
After Saturday I'm not sure.... :-(
Fabio

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Rich Mon, 23/01/2017 - 09:52

I AGREE with Jack :) Saturday was not a good result but this is what can happen in the Premier League! I think they are still IN the race!

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elghoul Fri, 20/01/2017 - 18:44

1.We can say both of them. Before this podcast I have always written ' Arsenal have'. 2.I don't agree with Gardiola who tried to shock the players in order to motivate them in gaining a qualification to Europa League. 3. The spurs are really doing well. Guess . ********.

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assemjuve Sat, 21/01/2017 - 11:22

Most of the time i use the singular form,i do not think that i will change what i say.

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assemjuve Sat, 21/01/2017 - 11:28

Correct me. Do i agree with Pep,with all due respect for all what he did in his career,you came to Man City to win titles not to get money,if u came for money so leave the team because there are a lot of managers with spirit and determination that can replace you,there are a lot of matches to play and nothing is over.I learned something in my life and that is never give up.I am not a City fan or a Pep fan,but i am saying the truth.

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Rich Mon, 23/01/2017 - 08:20

Hi AssemJuve

You've got some really good words and phrases in your answer. 'all due respect', 'determination', 'spirit' and phrasal verbs like 'give up' are all high level phrases and are used well in your answer. There are a couple of things that are worth taking a look at. Take a look at my corrections below and let me know if there is anything you don't understand.

Do i agree with Pep,(is this a question?) with all due respect for all what he did ( you should change the tense because his career is not over) in his career,you came (this is general so you should use the present) to Man City to win titles not to get money,if u came for money so (you don't need so) leave the team because there are a lot of managers with spirit and determination that can replace you,there are a lot of matches to play and nothing is over.I learned something in my life and that is never give up.I am not a City fan or a Pep fan,but I am saying the truth.

I would write something like this:

Do I agree with Pep? With all due respect for what he has done in his career, you come to Man City to win titles not for the money. If you come for the money you should leave because there are plenty of managers with spirit and determination who could replace you. One thing that I've learned in life is never to give up and there are still a lot of matches to play and nothing is over yet. I'm not a City fan or a Pep fan, but I'm speaking the truth!

Have a look at the two paragraphs and think about the differences. Hope it helps.

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team

 

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assemjuve Sat, 21/01/2017 - 11:30

I think it will be a triple threat challenge for the title between Liverpool,Spurs and a Chelsea.

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assemjuve Sat, 21/01/2017 - 11:31

The phrase is delayed.

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Rich Sat, 21/01/2017 - 21:40

Hi AssemJuve

Delayed is a good guess but not the word we're looking for. Delayed usually means at a time that is later than planned but still played on the same day. A match might be delayed because of a large crowd or because the team coach is stuck in traffic. The word we're looking for means cancelled (maybe due to bad weather) and then rearranged for a later date.

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team

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Alex_from_Ukraine Sat, 21/01/2017 - 16:29

If Pep Guardiola says that Manchester City are out of the Premier League title race, how can I disagree with him ? When a coach is saying such things aloud, he either believes them or is just bluffing. One way or another he in such a way may ruin the team's spirit and that's exactly what he's doing in my very humble opinion.

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Rich Sat, 21/01/2017 - 21:32

Hi Alex

Bluffing is a great word and something that Premier League managers are very good at. I wish I was better at it, especially when playing cards!

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team

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Alex_from_Ukraine Sat, 21/01/2017 - 16:40

The football word this week is *********.

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Alex_from_Ukraine Sat, 21/01/2017 - 16:43

I think that Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool (notwithstanding today's defeat to the Swans) are the main challengers to Chelsea.

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Rich Sat, 21/01/2017 - 21:36

A poor result for Liverpool today - I'm gutted (a great word used in this week's podcast!) we missed the chance to close the gap at the top. I'm surprised you haven't mentioned Spurs as they're looking very good at the moment.

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Alex_from_Ukraine Sun, 22/01/2017 - 10:13

YNWA. I don't believe in the Spurs for no reason. :-)

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shobonenok Mon, 23/01/2017 - 09:51

Correct me.
1. I write or say about Man City more frequently than about Arsenal and always used name of the team in singular form. I've never thought it could be incorrect. After this podcast I'll say about the team in plural.
2. Unfortunately, yes. I believe that Manchester City will be able to win medals, but not gold ones. I'm absolutely livid due to Claudio Bravo and defence performance during latest games. The rumours about Guardiola's intention to sell just about a half of starting 11, especially Sergio Aguero, don't make the team's atmosphere better.
3. Clubs from London impress a lot this season. I think Arsenal will have a chance to become a champion too.

Rich, I implore you to stop it please! Say my nickname in the way if it is written as "shobonyonok". According to the russian language rules, the stress always falls upon "yo" (ё - in russian) if the word has this letter.

The football phrase is "*********".

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Rich Mon, 23/01/2017 - 11:07

Hi Shobonenok

First of all, I'm sorry. It was another pitiful attempt to pronounce your name last week. I will get it right (or at least get closer) in the end. As a way of apology, I hope you find the corrections below useful.

  •  I believe that Manchester City will be able to win medals, but not gold ones. I'm absolutely livid due to Claudio Bravo and defence performance during latest games. The rumours about Guardiola's intention to sell just about a half of starting 11, especially Sergio Aguero, don't make the team's atmosphere better.  

I particularly like your use of 'absolutely livid' here. You use it perfectly and I was wondering if you remember us including this phrase in a podcast a few weeks ago? http://premierskillsenglish.britishcouncil.org/skills/listen/podcasts/se...    I understand your use of 'medals' but it doesn't sit that naturally with me - I like to use the word 'contention'.  Have a look at the text below and see what differences you notice.

  • I believe that Manchester City are still in contention, but maybe for a top four slot rather than the title. I'm absolutely livid about Claudio Bravo and the defence's performance in the last few games. The rumours about Guardiola's intentions to sell about half the starting 11, especially Sergio Aguero, doesn' t make the atmosphere in the squad any better!

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team

                                                                            

 

 

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shobonenok Tue, 24/01/2017 - 11:05

Thanks a lot for your corrections, Rich!

I add new words and phrases to the list after every podcast. I try to learn and use them when I speak English or write something in English.

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giusha2001 Wed, 25/01/2017 - 18:42

arsenal is very very beautiful team

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MES Sat, 28/01/2017 - 09:15

correct me
1. I knew that both ''Arsenal is'' and ''Arsenal are'' could be correct in different situations.
2. Yes, I do.
3. It's difficult for me to answer, but I rely on Rich's opinion.

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Rich Sun, 29/01/2017 - 17:50

Hi MES

Welcome to Premier Skils English! I see that you have lots of points already!

I'd be happy to correct your English but there is nothing to correct here, well done! Maybe, try being a bit more and in your answers and I'll have something more substantial to take a look at.

Thanks for your message!

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team

 

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MES Sun, 29/01/2017 - 11:46

correct me, the phrase is 'postponed'

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Rich Sun, 29/01/2017 - 17:51

You're right, MES! Well done!

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MES Mon, 30/01/2017 - 14:55

thank you very much :) :)

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Sv3y Thu, 02/02/2017 - 09:56

Good Rich

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Rich Thu, 02/02/2017 - 10:25

Thanks, Sv3y! I hope you enjoy our website!

Rich - The Premier Skills English Team

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assemjuve Sat, 04/02/2017 - 10:27

the phrase is *********.

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