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Camden Scene 1

Stephen and Ashlie realise they have quite similar ideas about what their Mum would like, but Ashlie soon gets distracted from the task in hand!

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Hello Trieu Hai Binh,

'Quid' is an informal or slang expression for the British pound. It is a countable noun but its plural form is the same as its singular form so we say 'one quid' (one pound), 'ten quid' (ten pounds) and so on.

Many currencies have slang names. For example, in the US dollars can also be called 'bucks'.

 

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Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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how can I download camden text ?

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Peter

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Yes, I do and enjoy it like everyone. In Bangladesh, markets are pretty similar to Britain, I suppose. Though Bangladesh is a developing country, the biggest shopping mall of Asia is situated here.However, one of common character of our market is- many of them are appeared on foot patch! I perceive one of the big different is, most of the market in our country are congested!!

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Hello, really nice video.

What is the meaning of "let’s split up" in this video?

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Nestor

Hello Nestor,

"Let's split up" here is a suggestion that the two people should separate and not stay together. Stephen says that the place is very large and so not staying together will enable them to visit more market stalls and find a better present for their Mum.

 

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Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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