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Stephen and Ashlie go away for a Murder Mystery Weekend and find the first victims.
Rob and Stephen look at how ‘must’, ‘could’ and ‘perhaps’ can be used to speak about certainty and possibility.
Ashlie thinks she has solved the mystery, but Stephen thinks otherwise. Who is the murderer?
Rob and Ashlie look at how to use the past simple and past perfect to speak about events in the past, and ‘about to’ for the near future.
Who is the most famous fictional detective to have roamed the streets of London? Join Wendy as she learns about Sherlock Holmes.
Stephen tries out his skateboard at a skate park. What could possibly go wrong?
Rob and Ashlie discuss different ways to ask for things and the expression ‘here you go’.
Ashlie and Stephen go to hospital, where Stephen is examined and has X-rays taken.
Rob and Stephen talk about the third conditional, some medical vocabulary and ‘neither’ and ‘nor’.
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