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 Sadasivam,

Sometimes it can be hard to assess our progress, especially with regard to speaking, where there is no written record we can study. Think about whether or not you can achieve what you want in various situations from real life (shopping, interviews, social meetings etc) – that will give you a guide. You can also assess your language formally in a speaking exam with a teacher or a testing organisation like IELTS.



The LearnEnglish Team

Thanks for this passage


The new phrase that I learned it was: " Have you got cold ones" I didn't remember the expression: "have got".
I love this study material, thank you very much!

OF course is that everything

This is full. I have clear because former comment and reply is good. Please correction my sentence. I have never write comment this page. Thanks!

Hello Micheal,

Thanks for commenting. You can find comments sections on most of our pages and you're welcome to use them as often as you like. It's a great way to practise expressing yourself in writing and sometimes communicating with other users as well.

We don't correct the comments on our page as we're a small team here at LearnEnglish and we have many thousands of users, so it's just not possible for us to do that.

Good luck with your learnIng!



The LearnEnglish Team

Hi all

Just wondering if it is just me but the videos on this site do not seem to be working....

I just get a small flickering circle in the middle of the (video) window....


Hi Gotanno,

I've checked several videos on the site and they appear to be working correctly, so I would imagine that this is a compatibility issue. Some devices have problems with some kinds of multimedia, so please try accessing the site on a different device – a non-mobile device if possible – to see if that helps.



The LearnEnglish Team

Could anyone help me,please?Top Sounds: What does it mean?

I think that Top Sound was the name of the magazine