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Camden Scene 2 - Language Focus

Rob talks about the sort of questions people ask when they go clothes shopping.

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

Task 1

Language Task

Match the beginnings and endings.

Exercise

Task 2

Language Task

Are the sentences from a clothes shop or from a restaurant?

Exercise

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Language level

Intermediate: B1

Comments

Hello to every one.I'm from Uzbekistan.And i want to find new friends from foreign countries

Ohhh,this video is a really amazing,really good job (video) from them.Thanks to website
August Rush

Hi thanks for yours interesting job. I would like to know if there are transcriptions for lessons Thanks, Melania

Hi Melania,
Thanks for your kind words - it's always great to know that people appreciate our work.
There are transcripts for most of the lessons in Word on the Street, but unfortunately not all of them - for example, see Animals Scene 1 and Shakespeare Scene 1.
There are also transcripts for many other sections of LearnEnglish, for example the Magazine, Elementary Podcasts and Big City Small World.
Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

  Hi, The LearnEnglish Team, Thanks for your every effort to the programme, I can learn English and explore the places of UK, this is a great job .  

Hi,I would like to know if there are other series with brothers Walker and the teacher Rob...can someone enlighten me:))??thank you

Hi Paula,
There are two series of Word on the Street, both of which are on LearnEnglish. However, I can tell you now that there will be a third one!
Best wishes,
Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

Thank you for your great job. In the video they say "50 quid" why not "50 quids"?

Hello FarzadTabrizi,

Thank you for your kind words and I’m glad you like LearnEnglish. ‘Quid’ (which is a very informal way of saying ‘pound’) is an example of a noun with an irregular plural form: like ‘fish’, ‘sheep’ and ‘deer’, the plural form is the same as the singular form.

For more information on nouns and plural forms, including some irregular plural forms, take a look here.

Best wishes,

Peter
The LearnEnglish Team

Thank you very much for fantastic lesson, it's so useful in everyday life. Specially when someone lend you some money. Can you lend me fifty quid? Fifty quid eh? Don't worry you will get it one day...yes I like that!

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