Lesson 13, Exercise 14 - Margaret

Watch the video, learn the vocabulary, and then answer the question.
The adverb 'there' in this context means the USA. It is undestood because Margaret was speaking about the US, which is why see a map of the US with where? there!
There (adverb): There is used as an adverb to indicate a place already understood.
Margaret says that Americans are helpful when you're on holiday there. The context is the USA. The USA = "there".
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