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I’m not going to explain all the specifics about the Internet here. The goal of this lesson is not to give a computer lesson, but to learn English related to using the computer. I will show some sentences that are commonly used for the Internet.

"What is the URL of that site again?"
"What is the address to the English site you are studying?"
"What is the best search engine?"
"Where can I find information on marriage law?"

"If you go to greatsite.com, you will find all the information I just told you."
"If you need more information on cooking, go to cooking.com."

"I purchased all the computers from Dell.com. We should have them by the end of the week."

"Do you have a company website?"
"Is there a website where I can learn more about your services?"
"Do you have a website where I can review the different products you are offering?"

"I HATE POP-UPS!"

I really do. I hate pop-up ads with a passion. If it was up to me, I would shut down all companies that produce pop up ads. For now, we have to live with them.

"Can I install something that stops pop-up ads?"
"What tools are available to block pop-up ads?"

"I think I misspelled the web address. Can you spell it out for me?"

"I’m getting a page not found error. I think the web site is down."

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