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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'.
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!
Make your emails clear and easy to understand by properly organising them.
Spelling errors make a poor impression! Learn about some common mistakes to avoid.
Don’t be rude! Be sure to follow these fundamental rules on what to write and what not to write in your emails.
Tess and Ravi discuss the news and the BBC, while Adam and Jo talk about unusual words such as 'series' and 'news'.
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