Interested in Language
I don't know whether it's suitable to ask this question here, but I do hope someone can help me. I just got a problem with English listening for below VOA news. The link is as below:
1'11'' ...my tomatoes, my cucumbers,___,if the bugs don't get them
2'10'' ...whatever residence or wherever you want to be (at, for me) to test..
2'30'' I like these new pens there..that they have going around...
I don't know whether the above sentenses I heard is correct, could you help me please?
Thank you very much again!
I intend to plant my lettuce, my tomatoes, my cucumbers - hopefully, if the bugs don't get them ...
I'll take my machine to whatever (although it sounds like 'wherever') residence or wherever you want to be at, for me to test your cannabis.
I like these new pens that they're ... that they have going around. (She starts to say perhaps "that they're selling" but changes her mind after "they're" and changes the construction of the sentence.)
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.