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  • Hello and welcome to English at university.

  • The Siri's That brings you the English words and phrases you need to help you through your first year at University.

  • We're going to follow new student Mary, who is about to begin her first year of study abroad at the University of Studies.

  • That's the U.

  • K's 32nd best university.

  • She's been offered a place to study for a degree in business.

  • It's a great opportunity for, but her mom and dad are sad to see her go.

  • And she's flying to London today.

  • London in the UK Yes, she's done very well.

  • I'm so proud of her, but But I'm worried she's not going to eat properly and she might get in with the wrong crowd.

  • And your mother is so emotional.

  • It's the opportunity of a lifetime for you.

  • Mary.

  • Make the most of it.

  • Forget about us will be fine.

  • Forget about who now Have you packed everything?

  • Ah, clothes, books, a toothbrush.

  • Sorry about that.

  • That was your grandma on the phone, she says.

  • Good luck, and send her a postcard from Paris.

  • I think she meant London.

  • She also said, Don't do anything I wouldn't do what?

  • It's a joke.

  • She learned it from our English friends.

  • It means have a good time and don't get into trouble.

  • Now.

  • Have you backed everything?

  • Passport.

  • Student Visa.

  • Your acceptance letter from the university on your new laptop you can use at the video.

  • Dimas.

  • Good idea.

  • Very sensible.

  • Have you got your credit card and cash?

  • Yes, Dad.

  • Uh, that sounds like your taxi.

  • Bye bye, darling.

  • Safe journey.

  • Have a good trip and keep in touch.

  • I'll call as soon as I learned in Paris.

  • I mean, London.

  • It can be scary leaving home for the first time.

  • But Mary seems quite cool and calm about it, even though her mom's getting a bit mushy.

  • She's getting quite sad and emotional, while Mary says her final good byes.

  • Let's go over the words of encouragement you could give to someone who's leaving home for the first time.

  • I'm proud of you.

  • It's the opportunity of a lifetime.

  • Don't do anything I wouldn't do.

  • Make the most of it safe journey.

  • Keep in touch to practice these phrases and learn some more like this.

  • Visitor sent BBC learning English Don't come now back to Mary and her dance looking a bit tearful.

  • He's a big softie.

  • Really.

  • That means he gets emotional very easily.

  • Uh, Dad, are you okay?

  • Five very.

  • I love you by many by no.

  • Look, she's left her.

  • Good luck, Teddy bear behind.

  • Come on, Dad.

  • You'll be fine.

  • So Mary is off to the UK to study in the coming weeks, you'll hear how she gets on dealing with university life, studying and eventually taking her exams.

  • And I'll be here with some English words and phrases to help her on her way.

Hello and welcome to English at university.

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English at University: 1 - Learn phrases to say to people who are going away

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/01
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