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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.
Tess and Ravi discuss a topic that many British people like to talk about all the time - can you guess what it is? Adam reports on some of the different ways you said you greet each other.
Ashlie and Stephen go to a night club in search of a great night out. Will they find the perfect place to enjoy themselves?
Rob talks to Stephen about some phrasal verbs from the clip and then about ways of saying how much you like something.
Rob the teacher talks about using the word 'like' as a filler.
Rob talks to Stephen about different ways to use the word 'what'.
Stephen and Ashlie realise they have quite similar ideas about what their Mum would like, but Ashlie soon gets distracted from the task in hand!
Rob explains question forms and expressions people use when they go shopping.
It is the 22nd century and the world is very different. With new technologies, people can have the bodies that they want. See what happens when Mr. Smith decides to change his body.
I looked at my watch and saw that it was going backwards. “That’s OK” I was thinking. “If my watch is going backwards, then it means that it’s early, so I’m not late for work at all…” and then I woke up. Again.
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