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!

Task 1

Select the things Richard did.

Exercise

Task 2

Put the descriptive phrases with the places they describe to make complete sentences.

Exercise

Task 3

Type the right preposition in the space to complete the sentence.

Exercise

Task 4

Can you make these sentences from Warwick Castle's visitors' guide?

Exercise

Download

Discussion

Tags

Comments

Hi kristina26,

The word hop is a verb which means to jump or to get into our out off a vehicle quickly. Here, of course, it has the second meaning, since it's used to talk about the bus. The idea is that using the bus is an easy and effective way to see the sights.

I'd encourage you look up unknown words in the Cambridge Dictionaries Online search box (on the right) - it's really a useful resource!

Best wishes,

Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Fantastic contents as all Britain is Great videos.
They have provided stimulating content to many of my lessons. Thanks.
Would it be possible to have the audio file from "Heritage is Great part 1"?
I've written an exam based on its contents and would sincerely appreciate the file.
If it's not possible, could you please let me know?
Thanks for your continual support!
Rosie

Hi r.crawford,
I'm sorry, but due to copyright issues, users are not permitted to download the video files in the Britain is Great series.
You also emailed us about this; my colleague will reply in more detail to your email.
Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hello I am an elementary student from Tarragona in Spain .When Benedict says "There's restaurants...." it is a mistake , isn't it?
Thanks ,I' m really enjoying this britain is great and I'm learning so much!

Hello Tarraco,

Wow - you’ve got a good ear! It’s actually quite common for British people to use the phrase ‘There’s...’ with plural nouns. As you say, it’s not really correct grammatically, but it’s a common colloquial phrase when people are chatting, and the recording here shows real, authentic language, just as British people really use it.
 
Thanks for the interesting question and I’m glad you’re enjoying the videos.
 
Best wishes,

Peter
The LearnEnglish Team

Panaromic view of London is beautiful...I rally enjoy this lesson...

These lessons gives me all the information I need and the things I need to learn.
Ron

I wonder why Richard always wears the same pink t-shirt. Is it kind of uniform?
I like the series very much, thank you!!

Hi Dmitry,
That's funny! I hadn't noticed before, but I will watch for his T-Shirt now and see if he ever changes it...
Best wishes,
Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

what a great think's in a great britain... i hope to go there

Pages