There's more to London's art scene than just its world-famous galleries. Join Joe as he finds out about a new kind of gallery...

Do the Preparation task first. Then watch the video. Next go to the Tasks and do the activities. If you need help, you can read the Transcript at any time.

Task 1

Answer the comprehension question.


Task 2

Answer the true/false questions about pop-up galleries.


Task 3

Choose the best adjective to complete each sentence. Check the Transcript if you are not sure.



Language level

Intermediate: B1
Upper intermediate: B2


Generally, I go to the museums and art galleries and exhibitions.I think showing art in a small place is more interesting and attractive for the people who come to see art.

I usually go to museums.
You can buy an art from bazaars in Turkey.
Because they are quieter and more peaceful than big cities.

I usually go to art galleries to see art. I think, artists like a smaller place to show their art because it is more effective.

Thank you for explaining us what pop-up art gallery is.

Hello. I think there's a mistake in this sentence "You have a pay a small fee to get in.". It's in Task 2.

Hello Dima,

That sentence is perfectly fine. What part seems to be wrong to you?


Best wishes,


The LearnEnglish Team

Hello, Peter.
I just think there should be "to" after "have". If I'm wrong, would you mind explaining me why? Thank you in advance.

Hello Dima,

You're right! The first time I read your sentence, like Peter, I saw it as correct. But you're right: 'have to' is used to talk about obligation, not 'have', so the correct way to say this is 'You have a pay a small fee to get in.'

Thanks very much for taking the time to tell us about this mistake. I've just fixed it and within a few hours it should display correctly online.

Thanks again!

Best wishes,
The LearnEnglish Team

You're welcome! And thank you and your team for responsiveness!

Hi, when man 2 says " it's a good space to sort of go in". What does it mean "to sort" ? I understand the sentence, but not the meaning of "to sort". And is it a verb?
Thank you for your answer
Best wishes