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Jamie's taken his exam and is waiting for the results. Adam and Jo talk about the meaning of different exam results in the UK.
Discussing TV crime programmes, Tess teaches Ravi a thing or two about Sherlock Holmes. Adam and Jo explain how to use 'to be born'.
Where can you practise the ways we ask questions in emails? Here, of course!
Carolina goes to the river and goes on a rowing boat with Jamie. Adam and Jo talk about difficult aspects of English such as homographs and homophones.
Tess and Ravi talk about one of the most emblematic forms of transport in London. You guessed it! The big, red double-decker buses! Jo and Adam join them in speaking about transport.
Who is the most famous fictional detective to have roamed the streets of London? Join Wendy as she learns about Sherlock Holmes.
Johnny is always dreaming of becoming rich, so Fadi's big idea excites him! What is Fadi's business proposition, and will it make them millionaires?
Written by Chris Rose.
The start of Series 3 brings bad news. Tony's Café has been burgled! Or has it?
Rob helps us to get good at using good, and looks at how we use the past continuous to talk about plans that go wrong.
Amandeep takes a step back into the past to find out how Britain's history and industrial past still draw crowds of tourists.
Richard shows us the best way to see London's many sights, travels back in time to the Warwick Castle of 500 years ago... and gets into a sword fight!
Richard's musical journey continues with the opening night of Aida at the Royal Albert Hall. Then it's off to Southampton to find out how great British music is entertaining and helping people from all walks of life.
Adam and Rob discuss your favourite times of day. Also, Tess and Ravi talk about something British people love, but most people hate!
Carolina wants a job to solve her money problems, but will she find one? Adam is surprised about your opinions of football!
Johnny is back! But is he back for good? And Carlos is going to tell us something really important...
Everyone, including Harry's new girlfriend, is thinking of ways to keep Tony's café, but Magda's new job is to tear it down!
Listen to an interview with a recruitment expert, who talks about his experience of reading CVs and offers some good advice on writing them.
Listen to an extract of an interview with a professor of Business Studies about the subject of motivation.
Can Magda get her dream job by following Johnny’s interview advice? Written by Chris Rose.
Listen to this speech given at a party being held for the retirement of an employee, James Dawson. The managing director of the company delivers a speech outlining James's achievements.
Read about adjectives and prepositions and then do the exercise.
Achievement is an important competency given that the more you can achieve, the better your prospects will be when it comes to looking for a new job.
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