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Discussing TV crime programmes, Tess teaches Ravi a thing or two about Sherlock Holmes. Adam and Jo explain how to use 'to be born'.
Sarah finally agrees to go out with Carlos but they have no idea where to go. And is Fadi really jealous of Harry for spending a lot of time with Olivia?
Written by Chris Rose.
At an art market, Ash and Stephen find themselves in an argument about who is the better artist. They decide to have a competition, but first they need to find out what art is.
What's the best way of making a comparison? Rob and Stephen talk about comparatives and superlatives.
Now Ashlie has found her new flat, there's only the packing, moving, cleaning and unpacking to do. What could possibly go wrong?
Amandeep investigates the sometimes difficult relationship between Britain and Europe and hears from people on both sides of the Channel.
Ashlie and Stephen's house is full of witches, wizards, and ghosts... and everyone's having a frighteningly good time!
Stephen and Ashlie see some of Northern Ireland's sights, and then head to the Atlantic Ocean for surfing lessons.
Rob tells us about He said, She said, and then gives us a bit of information about the word 'bit'.
Stephen and Ashlie continue their adventures in Stratford, Shakespeare's birthplace. Stephen finds out the truth about his new job and Ashlie meets her Romeo!
Rob talks about verb patterns and explains how some verbs are used together.
Rob the teacher talks about using the present perfect to describe events and experiences.
Rob talks about '-ing' and '-ed' adjectives and the words 'so' and 'such'.
Rob explains question forms and expressions people use when they go shopping.
Ashlie and Stephen need to finish their shopping. Ashlie drags Stephen into a shoe shop and they look at some amazing clothes.
Carlos, the aspiring chef, shows up out of the blue - but he might help save the café.
Most of Britain’s population enjoys sport and leisure activities in one way or another, and whether as a participant or a spectator there are a whole host of activities to enjoy.
Check out Hermia's favourite music band - one which plays real music!
Sarah will be kicked out of her flat soon and so everyone is on a mission… Written by Chris Rose.
Listen to Jocelyn talk about why she has chosen to live on her own.
In this episode Tess and Ravi talk about restaurants, and their guests talk about Albert Einstein and shopping. You can also follow Carolina as she meets her course tutor. Will she get good feedback on her essay?
Listen to part of a radio programme. Peter Jones works for Art and Business, a company that develops creative partnerships between business and the arts.
Do you know the techniques you can use for doing market research? What differences are involved in doing qualitative research as opposed to collecting quantitative data?
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