The Lives of a Man – The Mountains

The Plain

He walked

The man walked across the plain.

He kept walking

He kept walking.

He did not stop

He did not stop.

He kept going

He kept going.

The Hill

He walked

He walked on and on and on.

He came to

After a while, the man came to a hill.

Walking over the Hill

He walked

He walked up the hill, then he walked down the other side of the hill.


A Larger Hill

He came to

Then he came to a larger hill.

He walked

He walked up the hill and he walked down the other side.

The Mountain

He came

Then he came to a mountain.

A Range of Mountains

It was

It was part of a range of mountains.

He walked

The man walked through the mountains.

A mountain range is an incredible thing.

A Road

He found

He found a road.

He walked

He walked along the road.
He walked up then he walked down again.
He walked across the mountain range then he walked down onto the plains on the other side.
He walked across the plains.

He kept on

He kept on walking.

The Idea of Continuity or Continuous Action

He kept walking
He continued walking
He walked on and on and on
He did not stop walking

Continue the story. Click the link to the forest:

Link to The Forest


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  2. mahmd says:

    it is good for me that still confuse how to use them. i am waiting for the next story. good job

  3. payompatpai says:

    Thank you very much. It is good exercise.

  4. Lakshmi says:

    Dear sir/madam,

    The lessons are very interesting and helpful, I have mother tongue influence when I speak english,
    I was wondering how to get rid of this problem . I would be glad if you can help me with this.

    Awaiting for your response

    Thanks and regards

  5. P Mario says:

    Phrasal verbs it’s a little difficult for those who are not from countries that the native language is different from English. So this lesson help us to understand how to use and the importance of phrasal verbs.

  6. Vladimir says:

    Well! very good job again! Thank you very much!

  7. rachidlamouri says:

    Thanks a lot for this story and meaning in context.what seems quite important to me is the cultural context that makes great changes in meanig;e.g. idiomatic expressions, especially for a non native speaker of english.

  8. Zahra says:

    It is really a good exercise especially in terms of using same words with different meaning in different context. I love to be part of it.

  9. Aqil says:

    it is very important for me to join to you in order to improve my english language as second language.

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