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Night Out Scene 1

Stephen and Ashlie meet up with some friends for a night out in London. Will they manage to find a venue that everyone will enjoy?

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Intermediate: B1


mate i believe it is a connection problem you need to refresh and refresh till it works .. 

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It's nice each I watch this clip especially seeing Ashlie and Stephen. They look like a good couple not look like as sister and brother and I also like outfit Ashlie. She always wear good clothes. What she was wearing very interesting. Ranging from her hair style, clothing and shoes. I like it so much. It can be my inspiration in clothing. Thank you very much. And I like body shape Stephen. hehehe. He is my ideal man that I dream. Once again, thank you so much. I never feel bored learning English by this program.

Hi Stephen Jones,

Just learnt from you that what are the differences between "Here they are", "Here you go", "Here you are".

Could you pls explan what's the meaning of "there you go".
Quote from [Stephen: Big queue at the bar.  There you go. ]


nice  video ...

i want  to  ask  why  is Ashlie didn't  ware a jacket ?? it is cold ??? all  people around wearing heavy clothes

Thank you very much AdamJK

I guess 'hit the town' means something like going on shopping

if i'm not mistaking .. hit the town is just like going to the town .. we r here to share our knowledge so please people correct me if im wrong .. is there any page on this site where we can speak to each other in voice .. like skype .. with native english that would be awesome .. i'm so eager to get better .. peace out !

You're very close, but it actually means what Stephen, Carl and Ashlie are doing. It means to go out and have a good time.
Best wishes,
The LearnEnglish Team