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Sammy shows Julia some photos of him playing different sports. Why is she not impressed?
Sammy is impatiently waiting in front of the cinema. Will Julia spoil their date?
Julia doesn't want to meet Sammy's old friends. What is she nervous about?
Julia and Sammy read their horoscopes. What is their future together?
Sammy has an idea for the holiday. But will Julia want to go away?
Sammy is excited about taking Julia to his favourite campsite. There's just one problem ...
Do the exercises and learn the words for some accessories.
Do these exercises and learn words to talk about meals and ways of cooking food.
Email addresses are essential in business – do you know how to say them correctly?
Jamie's taken his exam and is waiting for the results. Adam and Jo talk about the meaning of different exam results in the UK.
Learn how to talk about the different parts of an email in English.
Discussing TV crime programmes, Tess teaches Ravi a thing or two about Sherlock Holmes. Adam and Jo explain how to use 'to be born'.
You've got mail! Learn how to talk about the different parts of an email program.
How should you begin and finish an email message to someone you don't know? Find out here!
Carolina and Emily are in the library to study, but end up chatting. Jo and Adam chat about conditionals – sentences with 'if'.
Need to organise something? In this unit, you can practise common phrases used to make plans by email.
Where can you practise the ways we ask questions in emails? Here, of course!
Tess and Ravi discuss the news and the BBC, while Adam and Jo talk about unusual words such as 'series' and 'news'.
Carolina goes to the river and goes on a rowing boat with Jamie. Adam and Jo talk about difficult aspects of English such as homographs and homophones.
Tess and Ravi talk about pop music and Jo and Adam look at the difference between the verbs 'hear' and 'listen'.
Jamie might have the chance to follow his dream. Adam and Jo look at how Jamie and Carolina use 'will', 'won't' and 'might' to talk about his future.
Tess and Ravi talk about a typical English drink and where to find it. Jo and Adam look at adjectives and adverbs.
Emily thinks Carolina should go and see Jamie's band play, but Carolina doesn't want to lie to her boss. Jo and Adam talk about the difference between 'good evening' and 'good night'.
Tess and Ravi are back to talk about shopping in London, and Jo and Adam look at how to use the word 'too' in different ways.
Carolina and Jamie disagree about telling Emily about Cameron as they get ready to eat dinner, while Adam and Jo consider potatoes and the past continuous.
How would you describe the British character? Tess and Ravi consider whether the British are reserved, while Jo and Adam look at negative prefixes.
Carolina and Jamie go to the pub and see something they didn't expect. Should they tell Emily? Jo and Adam examine the pronouns Carolina and Jamie use to talk about what they saw.
Tess and Ravi talk about one of the most emblematic forms of transport in London. You guessed it! The big, red double-decker buses! Jo and Adam join them in speaking about transport.
Carolina and Emily are also back for Series 4! Along with Jo and Adam, they talk about the time of year when bargains can be had – the January sales!
LearnEnglish Podcasts is back! Join Adam, Tess, Ravi and a new presenter for Series 4 as they talk about pets and whether it's true that the British are crazy about animals. Please join us, and let us know what you think!
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