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Oxford Scene 2

Stephen explores the ancient city of Oxford and meets some girls who are studying at the University. 

Do the Preparation task first. Then watch the video. Next go to Task and do the activity. If you need help, you can read the Transcript at any time.

Task 1

After you watch

What did you learn about Oxford?

Choose the best answer to these questions.

Exercise

Task 2

Comprehension Task

What did you learn about Oxford?

Put the sentences into the correct order.

Exercise

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Language level

Intermediate: B1

Comments

hi every body,
i liked the video very much, but i have two quistions!!
the first:did Stephen passed his driving test or not?
the second q.: what did happened when the boat crashed into the tress??
thank you!!
best wishes, sofia.

Hi....
Does Mozilla Firefox support this bolg because i can't find the video??
Thank you for your help :) 

Hi,
No, we had a problem with the videos on this page. I've just fixed it.
Thanks for telling us!
Best wishes,
Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

HELLO
Please, I want lessons about some words about the faculty of pharmacy
 

This kind of activities are really useful for me because I can focus better my attention after answering the previous questions.

Thanks a lot it is really useful, in this activity i face some expression like( so fingers crossed) i could not mean it. so possibly some one please explain it.

Thanks

Hello,

There is a box at the right of the screen called 'Cambridge Dictionaries Online' where you can look up words and phrases. If you type 'fingers crossed' into that box and click 'Look it up', you will see a definition.

If you have any questions after you've looked at the definition, please let us know.

Best wishes,

Adam

The LearnEnglish Team

Hello Adam!
I did look it up as your instruction. I wonder why Cambridge Dictionaries says: "cross your fingers" in it example: "It's her exam this morning so cross your fingers."
Many thanks!

Hello, Loan!
 
'Cross your fingers' is a verb phrase. The speaker wants you to 'cross (verb) your fingers' to hope for a good result for her exam. When we say fingers crossed (noun + adjective), it is short for 'keep your fingers crossed'. This is another way of saying 'Cross your fingers'. Hope that helps!
 
Regards
 
Jeremy Bee
The LearnEnglish Team

Hi!
I am going to try answering the questions
While Ashlie was doing her exam, Stephen decided to have a look around Oxford.

  • Where do you think he goes to find out more about Oxford?

According to photo I think he is going to find out Oxford's cathedral and historical monuments
He meets some students sitting by the river.

  • What do you think they talk about?

I think he will speak with the students about exams and he will ask at what time it finished.
He decides to do something special for Ashlie.

  • What do you think he is going to do?

I think he is going to invite her to eat in a Oxford's tipical restaurant.

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