Whatever your taste, Britain is home to some of the greatest sports – and sporting venues – in the world. Watch the video and go behind the scenes at Silverstone Circuit, home of F1, and Wembley Stadium, temple of football!

Task 1

Which of these things does Richard do?


Task 2

Fill the gaps with words from the video.


Task 3

Make sentences from the video by reordering the words.


Task 4

Choose three words that can go in the gaps.




Language level

Advanced: C1
Upper intermediate: B2


Hello Britain ís Great,

I'm from VietNam. In my country most of a people are fan of football ( soccer ). They watches the Barclays Premier League in the weekend. Some of the club they like are MU, LIV, CHELSEA. I hope the VietNam team vs Great Bratain in the worldcup near future.

Best Regard

Dear Team Leader,

Please advise which of the following is correct or more standard:

1. The pushcart was fitted with a stove and wok for deep-frying fritters.
2. The pushcart was fitted with a stove and wok to deep-fry fritters.


Yours sincerely,

Chen laifa


Both of these are grammatically correct and have a similar meaning. The first is the more common form in most contexts.

Best wishes,



The LearnEnglish Team

is there an oppurtunity to get the video? or to download it?
it would be perfect for my presentation about british sport :-))
best wishes, fshspp

Hi fshspp,

I'm afraid that the Britain is Great videos are not available for download! I hope you can find something suitable elsewhere.

Best wishes,
The LearnEnglish Team

Hello ! could you tell me what is the meaning of (a 133 metre tall steel arch which is also 315 metres across) I understand that it is 133 meter tall so What does 315 meters refer to ??? Thanks . I think you could say it is a silly question but u really don't know

Hello littlemoon86,

'133 metres tall' refers to the height, while '315 metres across' refers to the width.

I hope that answers your question and remember that, as we say in English, there are no stupid questions, only stupid answers.  In other words, if you don't know something then a question is a good idea, whatever it is about.

Best wishes,



The LearnEnglish Team

Thanks Mr Peter M, I really appreciate your help. :)

Hi teacher.. could you explain this to me?
Britain [has it all]. -> If I exchange 'Britain'(singular pronoun) to 'They'(plural), can I just say: 'They [have it all]'? If I was wrong, can you tell me the right sentence I have to use? :)
I'll wait your reply, sir. Thank you

Hi fernandd,

That is correct!

Best wishes,

The LearnEnglish Team