Our listeners' musical talents are the topic for discussion this episode. Tess and Ravi tell you all about the drink British people are famous for loving.

Tess & Ravi

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

Task 4

Task 5

Task 6

Task 7

Task 8


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Do you drink tea or coffee? How do you make it? With or without milk? With or without sugar? What other things do people in your country like to drink?

We always enjoy reading your comments and we read some of them out in the following episode.


Language level

Intermediate: B1


Dear Momen,
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Hello guys,
What is very interesting-I came from country where tee usually drink people when they getting sick.Stupid but it is true.Many people in the morning take domestic drink called RAKIJA.It is very strong spirit but nice to taste.Normally only one shot glass and after that rest like coffee , breakfast and so on.The drink is similar like whisky but made from fruit(100% fruit without added sugar).Most people consume coffee then tee and I think they do wrong.Tee is much better and healthier then coffee.But RAKIJA is good as well.

i'm from Tunisia and tea is also popular in our country but i think that coffee is more      popular! i like both of them and i drink lot of coffee a day!

Hello Adam!
I thing there is something wrong with task 1. Non matter what I tick, always point b, d, f are wrong and the rest are right.
And I'm a little bit confused about task 4 question 8: Mother Teresa of Calcutta gave/was given the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979. I tick 'gave', but it was wrong. I'm sure should be gave, but maybe I could be wrong. Please confirm that.
Best regardas

In task 1, b, d and f are all false, which is why they have a cross next to them. I know it's confusing and we're trying to think of a way to make it clearer.
Task 4 question 8 has the right answer. Mother Teresa didn't give the Nobel Prize to anyone, it was given to her by the Nobel Prize committee.
Best wishes,
The LearnEnglish Team

Thank you so much for your answer! 
Now I now how it works. For my explanation I have got only I've thought, the cross appear next to my mistakes (in task 1) but they appear at false statements. Sorry I bother you, and thank you once again:)
Best regards

Everybody, I am Dennis.This is the first time I come here. My English is poor and I want to improve it. I'd like to make friends with you and learn English together. I believe that this is god's arrangement!

Hi Adam and all my friend here :) in my country ussually tea drink in the morning and afternoon..... and we always make some tea to our guest who come to our home :)

I had made a mistake in the word I said, It should be : that was the frist time I had drunk the tea I felt fantastic I had never had before my life. Not very fantastic.
Thank you

I have known tea since I was a child, a neighbor of mine who was an old man we called him "grandpa".
There was once in the middle of August a festival of Mid-Autumn,
in Chinese custom we usual as drink tea and eat the moon cake.
But at that moment most families were poor had no extra money to buy moon cake and with a nice cup of tea.
This kind old grandpa invited me to his home tasted a nice cup of tea with the moon cake , that was the frist time I had drunk the tea I felt very fantastic I had never had before my life.
Now I am getting old I always remember that day he and I had a wonderful moment, after that I like drinking tea, that's because him.
Best wishes,