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Living English: Episode 6: He didn't write
Living English: Episode 6 - He didn't write
Living English is English teaching programmed ran by Australia Network TV. These 42-part series focuses on the English language used in everyday situations such as checking into a hotel or describing people. Get to know the characters of our drama 'Sisters and Brothers' as you learn and revise your basic English skills.
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Living English: Episode 6 - He didn't write:

Anne continues her conversation with the private investigator. Here form this episode we will learn the simple past tense which is used to talk about events in the past that are finished.

ANNEMy brother, David, worked in the family business too. But he didn’t like it. He wanted to try something different.
JOHNSo what happened?
ANNEMy parents agreed. They let him come to Australia to study.
JOHNWhere did he go?
ANNEHe came here, to Adelaide. He studied computer science. We thought he was happy.
JOHNAnd then what happened?
ANNEI don’t know. He wrote every week, and then the letters stopped.
JOHNDo you know where he lived?
ANNEHe stayed with an Australian family. He was a boarder. Here’s the address.
She passes JOHN a piece of paper.
JOHNDid you phone them?
ANNEYes, of course. He left there a year ago. They don’t know where he went.
JOHNDoes he have a mobile phone?
ANNEI don’t know. He did, but he doesn’t answer it now.
JOHNDon’t worry Ms Lee. I’ll find your brother. I’m on the case.
He shakes her hand and she leaves. JOHN looks at the photo. Now he looks worried.

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