In this video Makayla needs a bit of help from the station manager at the train station. Will she catch her train?

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

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Task 1

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Task 2

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Language level

Intermediate: B1


Where are the others exercises of this skill?

Hi Wendy,

This page has all the exercises that we created to accompany this video. There are some other videos at the B1 level on LearnEnglish Teens if you'd like to get more practice in different situations.

All the best,
The LearnEnglish Team

Dear Mr. Kirk,
Is there only one video to practise at B1 level on LearnEnglish? I want to whatch many videos to improve my English speaking better. Can you have me?

Best Regards,
Thu Hong

Hi Thu Hong,

For now, I'm afraid there's only this one video at the B1 level on LearnEnglish, though we do plan to have more. The good news is that you can see several more videos at this level on this LearnEnglish Teens page.

There are also lots of other audio and video resources in our Listening section which you could use to help improve your English listening and even speaking. You might also find it useful to read our tips on improving your speaking and vocabulary on our Frequently asked questions page.

I hope this helps you. Don't hesitate to let us know if you have any other questions.

All the best,
The LearnEnglish Team

I would like to travel by train more frequentelly. we don't have several options of train station in my country because there are a lot of buses .

I have never traveled in train, but I have the hope to travel in train sometime, I'm not afraid to travel, I think that it will be a really nice experience.

Best Regards

I love travelling by train because you don't have to drive and you can read or watch the landscape. The trains can be late but luckily they seldom are cancelled.

I traveled by train once, it was nice.

hello , can i say.... (What’s problem has Makayla had?) ,rather than this (What problem has Makayla had?)

Hello eldi,

No, I'm afraid that's not a correct sentence. "What problem' needs to be together. It means something similar to 'Which problem'.



The LearnEnglish Team