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I think that will clarify it for you, but if not, please feel free to write back with a specific question.

Ashlie: So, I guess we could say, tall, beautiful, funny, clever, thin, successful...

I felt bewildered, not aroused — but judging from the expressions of the people around me, this mass apology seemed to be a turn-on.

This was my introduction to flirting, tantra-style.

Ashlie is shocked at Stephen's disguise and she expresses this with 'What on earth are you wearing? Isn't ''He is'' the same as ''He's'' and ''It's too early'' same as ''it is too early''? I kept failing the ones I didn't shorten Hello Dan, Thanks for your feedback.

All the best, Kirk The Learn English Team Hello Medo Kareem, The exclamation 'What on earth...' is used when we are shocked at something and can't believe what we are seeing.

Ashlie: So, I guess we could say, tall, beautiful, funny, clever, thin, successful...

I felt bewildered, not aroused — but judging from the expressions of the people around me, this mass apology seemed to be a turn-on.

This was my introduction to flirting, tantra-style.

Ashlie is shocked at Stephen's disguise and she expresses this with 'What on earth are you wearing? Isn't ''He is'' the same as ''He's'' and ''It's too early'' same as ''it is too early''? I kept failing the ones I didn't shorten Hello Dan, Thanks for your feedback.

All the best, Kirk The Learn English Team Hello Medo Kareem, The exclamation 'What on earth...' is used when we are shocked at something and can't believe what we are seeing.

No, I wouldn't like to try speed dating; I prefer meeting people through my friends. The reason that these gaps have only one correct answer is that you're supposed to write the phrases in the way Stephen says them.