Ashlie, Stephen and Jazz take a trip on the London Eye to enjoy the views of London.

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Task 1

Comprehension Task

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Intermediate: B1

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How many different types of transport can you think of?
I know some means of transport like: Airplane, helicopter, metro, car, taxi, horse, boat, train, on foot etc.
The types of transport have Stephen, Ashley and Jazz been on are: Airplane, taxi and train.
I can guess what Ashlie’s surprise is.

This video is amazing. I do not know London yet, but now I really want to go there. (especially if I will be hosted by Stephen, he is handsome boy)

I know London in photos, after I have watched this video, I want know a lot this fantastic city
Thank you

We can go everywhere with buses,ships,trains,planes etc.
They have been on the underground and taxi
I think her suprise is a dinner

Now I know the name of that famous structure in London.

London Eye is amazing. Thanks for the nice video.

London Eye is amazing. The view from there is wonderful.

How many different types of transport can you think of?
there are many types of transport like: taxi, plane, bus and ...

What types of transport have Stephen, Ashley and Jazz been on?
they transported wit boat and then they going to London Eye.

Can you guess what Ashlie’s surprise is?
she surprised when she understand that they want to going to London Eye

Can you explain me in what circumstance do we use "going to". I'm never going to forget this day or you guys are not going to believe that. I often think about "going to" as talking about something you're sure that will happen in the future. It appears not to be true here.

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