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Tess & Ravi

Our listeners' musical talents are the topic for discussion this episode. Tess and Ravi tell you all about the drink British people are famous for loving.

Vocabulary games – Wild animals

Do these exercises and learn the names of some wild animals.

You're hired: Episode 7

Philip Hart and Marcia Boardman discuss which candidate to appoint.

IELTS Listening tips

Do you want a good score in IELTS listening? Watch this video to see how three students scored Band 7.


Your Comments

20 November, 2017 - 07:11
Hello joca, English uses a range of ways to talk about the future and we usually distinguish between the present continuous ('...is going to a new...') and the 'going to' form ('...is going to go to...
20 November, 2017 - 07:11
Hello Yasser Azizi, It's hard to say what the sentence means without a clear context. The most likely meaning is an implied hypothetical: she would visit her mom if she had the time (but she does...
20 November, 2017 - 07:11
Hi Tim, Questions with the verb 'be' are formed with inversion and no additional auxiliary verb is needed. The question therefore is 'Was I there?'   Best wishes, Peter The LearnEnglish Team