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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

Hi JackQuy,

Please remember that it's not necessary to understand every word of everything you hear. We include audioscripts for the material which is intended for listening practice, but for pages like this one which focus on language explanations it is important to understand the explanations, not every word.

At 1:40 Rob says '...fixed expressions'

At 1:44 Ashlie says 'So you don't have to eat fast food every day. Take note, Stephen!'

I'm afraid it's not normally possible for us to answer these sorts of questions as we have so many users and if we tried then we would have no time left to actually run the site!

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Thank you very much

hi
this is sadib from bangladesh
i have been watching this program for 4 month and its helps me a lot.shopping is more difficult when its foreign language.

So in this video I heard they have spoken "can I try it on, please" though Can I say "may I try it on, please"? Thanks

Hello Leo Maia,

Yes, both 'can' and 'may' can be used to ask permission. See our grammar page on this topic for a full explanation.

Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hi, I love British Council, thanks for this great opportunity :)

This is great way to practice and learn English
Thank you #BritishCouncil

Thank you, it is very useful and easy question to use in daily life.

Hi !
Thank you a lot for those lessons, we rarely find those kinds of materials for free ! Great job BritishCouncil :)

Hi LearnEnglish Team,

Can I use "quid" for smaller or bigger amount? For example: 1,000 quid or 10 quid. Can I use "quid" in informal writing? Thanks in advance.

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