Therefore 'two thousand dollars/pounds/euros (etc)' is treated as one sum and has a singular verb.
Do the vocabulary activity below before you listen.
Olivia: You might be waiting a while if you sit here. Olivia: There are no waiters here – people usually just go up to the counter and order whatever they want. I’m just supposed to be meeting someone here actually... Sarah: Well, I live in London now, but I’m originally from Shanghai. Olivia: Sorry to interrupt.who are you both waiting for? As I know, the word "wait" is usually followed by preposition "for" but it is followed in task 4 by "to". And, what is the sentence " Where are you both living?
All: Hello Olivia: Let’s make this easier - I’m Olivia! Best wishes, Peter The Learn English Team Hello ^^ I have some problems with gammar.
Olivia: Because Harry and Magda are both friends of mine as well, and right now I’m waiting for both of them too..here they are! For more information on these verbs, see this page.