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Richard leaves the big shopping areas for small, interesting shops and markets. We hear from a man who sells photographs to Outer Mongolia, and some London shoppers tell us what they like.


Do you know what the names of these types of food are?


Are you a football fan? Try this game to see how many football words you know in English. Can you beat the goalkeeper? Good luck!

English for Medicine – A Doctor's View

Listen to an interview with a retired doctor, Rajan Mehta, about his life working in the UK.

Unit 5: Making arrangements

Need to organise something? In this unit, you can practise common phrases used to make plans by email.

IELTS Speaking tips

You'll love these five great tips for the IELTS speaking test – and the examiner will be impressed!


Your Comments

20 January, 2017 - 07:01
Hello ahmednagar, These sentences certainly contain conditionals. The sentences are examples of reported speech ('I think that...' and 'Mexico's president warns that...') followed by conditional...
20 January, 2017 - 07:01
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20 January, 2017 - 07:01
Hello Nizam Balinese, There is very little difference between these and I cannot think of a context in which they would not be interchangeable. The only real difference in use is when you want to...