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Camden Scene 1 - Language Focus

Rob explains question forms and expressions people use when they go shopping.

Watch the video. Then go to Task and do the activities.

Task 1

Complete the questions with the right question word.

Exercise

Task 2

Match the questions with the answers.

Exercise

Task 3

Rearrange the words to make 'how' questions.

Exercise

Task 4

Match the sentences with when we use them.

Exercise

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Language level

Intermediate: B1

Comments

Hello Karin Gäbel,

To move an answer into a gap, you have to click or press on it. Then click or press on the gap where you want it to go, and it will move there.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Thanks for the lesson. I am preparing for the IELTS test it is in 20 days. I am afraid! hehe

I've understood easily the languages focus. This video is very interesting,
Thank you so much

Hello All, how I can pass for next level? Thank you team!

Hello Lana Shcherbyna,

Although the materials on our site are tagged for level, they do not form courses as such and you can access any material which seems to you to be appropriately challenging. Learners progress at different rates in different areas, so sometimes a person might need more difficult grammar exercises but still have problems with even simple listening texts. Our advice is to work on material which is challenging for you but not frustrating.

If you have been working on certain materials on our site and would like some suggestions as to what you might try next then we'll be happy to advise, of course. Just let us know what you have been working on and what you would like to practise.

 

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Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

This video was been much easier to understand than Camdem Scene 1, maybe that´s the reason for not have transcripts. However, I enjoy videos like Camdem Scene 1, it´s like a challenge in my way to improve my english skills, since that kind of videos use a more natural english, close to the english used for native speakers.

is it correct to say "What time do you start working?"

tks

Hello mancini2,

Yes, you can say that. Using 'working' implies a focus on the actual action of working. If you're simply asking what time a person's workday begins, then 'work' would be better.

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Good evening The LearnEnglish Team,
This is the first time I join this class due to first time register.
Could you advice me how to learn English effectively?
I only listen and practice. and after that I receive feedback.
Could I practice to speak online with you?
I am really sorry for this inconvinience.

Hello TRAN QUOC,

We have a section which answers precisely this question. You can find it here: Getting Started.

Please also take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions page which has information and tips on how to improve specific areas of English, such as grammar, vocabulary, speaking and so on.

 

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Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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