In this video Gemma goes to the shop. What's she going to buy? 

Do the preparation exercise first. Then watch the video and follow the instructions to practise your speaking.

Check your understanding 1


Task 1

Check your understanding 2


Task 2

Check your understanding 3



Language level

Beginner: A1


Hello Aljefri

You can find a worksheet for this video, and also some more videos at the A1 level, on LearnEnglish Teens.

I'm afraid we don't plan to create worksheets for the videos here on LearnEnglish because in the future we plan to add new videos, which will replace what is here now.

All the best


The LearnEnglish Team


I've learned the phrases like:
Is that everything?
Can I have ... and ...?
Have you got cold ones?

It's really a pity that the vedio can't be palyed in my area. But it's lucky to have the transscript I can practice my spoken English in silence. It's interesting and challenging.

I learned gentleness.can I help you?,thanks a lot.

hello! someone knows where the tasks are for Speaking A 1Beginner? I see only A1 Beginner : At the shop

Hello andyflor
Under the instructions ('Do the preparation exercise first. Then watch the video and follow the instructions to practise your speaking.') there should be a green rectangle, which you press or click to see the Preparation task. Then there is the video and several other green rectangles that you can press to see the Transcript and Tasks.
If you can't see any of those things, I would recommend updating your browser and/or trying a different browser or even a different device, for example, a computer.
I think that should solve the problem for you, but if not, please let us know what browser version you are using.
All the best
The LearnEnglish Team

Is that every things?

I learned different things. at first, I learned how to express the price in pounds unit. in the second one, i learned two phrases: "it's your turn now" and "is that everything".

I learned new phrases: Is that everything?
Oh ... and these sweets.
Would you like a bag?

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I usually respond “ just no thank’s” if a shopkeeper ask me if I need a bac.
I find it’s better de use “no it’s fine “.
So I learned it.