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Richard finds out about all the different kinds of English and talks to some of the hundreds of thousands of students who come to Great Britain to learn English every year.
Ashlie and Stephen are getting ready for Christmas. They need to buy presents and decorate the tree, but there's still time for a bit of ice-skating...
Even Rob's getting into the Christmas spirit, with some special presents for Stephen and some special Christmas words for viewers.
It's Christmas morning! Ashlie's got a lot to do to cook dinner for the family, but can she get Stephen to help?
Rob and Ashlie talk about Christmas food, then look at the difference between verbs we use in the present continuous and verbs we usually use in the present simple.
Beautiful Christmas window displays are one way shops get into the Christmas spirit. Amandeep goes to Fortnum & Mason to see the work that goes into the displays and find out more about Christmas shopping.
Shakespeare, Dickens and more... Britain's literary history is world class, and Richard speaks to experts about some of the country's greatest writers.
Modern-day authors cast their own spells, too, and Richard visits a very magical place to find out about contemporary English writers.
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.
Rob and Ashlie talk about the little words which cause so much trouble: articles!
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