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

Do the Preparation task first. Then watch the video. Next go to Task and do the activity. If you need help, you can read the Transcript at any time.

Task 1

Comprehension Task

Read the questions and select the right answers.

Exercise

 

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Language level

Intermediate: B1

Comments

Wow, That's a brilliant video!! Every little thing London have is fantastic. there's something special about London. I would like to go there. But I can't speak English well. I just lose my nerve when I stand in front of Foreigners. It's always me that ends up listening only. I want to speak English well, like jazz.

That's an incredible video , what amazing sights !  Fantastic ! I hope I can visit London one day. the only thing I can't do as usual is that i can't repeat their sentences  after listening because the music is so loud and i felt that the rate of speaking is faster than usual , isn't it? anyway I have enjoyed watching it. Thanks a million.

Hi littlemoon86,
I'm glad to hear you enjoyed the video and the sights. Yes, they speak quite quickly in this video, more so than in most others in Word on the Street, but please don't be discouraged. With more practice, I'm sure you'll be able to understand such speech more easily.
Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Please English teachers I want to know difference between (Situations, Attitudes) and I want to know all meanings of (Attitude), Thank you.

Hello Amr Fouad,
I've just answered this question on another page for you.  Please post questions once only and we will answer them as soon as we can.
Many thanks,

Peter
The LearnEnglish Team

thank you very much !!!

thank you very much its useful

Hi there!
My name is Cleison and I'm from Brazil. This website is great. I can always learn new words and expressions and improve my listening skills through it.
I have a doubt about the transcription. When they are about to get in the London Eye, Aslhie said:
"Oh, and the weather’s so good, we’ll be able to see loads."
What does she means with "we’ll be able to see loads"?
For me, seems that the meaning is "we'll be able to see a lot of things".
Is it an usual term? Can I use it with another verbs or in another tenses too? Like this:
"We'll be able to do loads"
"We've seen loads"
Thank you.

Hello Cleison!
 
Yes, that's a common word in informal British English speech. If you look it up in our on-line Cambridge Dictionary, you'll see it means lots, as you guessed. Both of your example sentences are fine!
 
Regards
 
Jeremy Bee
The LearnEnglish Team

oh my god, I can't see the video

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