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Amandeep enjoys the sound of summer at one of the UK’s many music festivals. She even gets to go backstage with a British band!
It’s Valentine’s Day and Stephen convinces Ashlie to try speed dating. Does she meet someone special?
Rob and Ashlie talk about some love and romance words and when to use ‘make’ or ‘do’. The more you study, the more you learn!
Ashlie tries online dating and Stephen anxiously awaits the postman. How many cards will he get?
Rob and Stephen look at some words used to describe people’s character and nouns that have become verbs. How on earth did that happen?
Join Amandeep as she meets a young couple on their wedding day. Find out how people get married in the UK and watch as they get ready to tie the knot!
Stephen takes Ashlie out for lunch at their friend Tristan’s café. They enjoy themselves, but don’t manage to eat!
Rob and Ashlie talk about using ‘out’ with verbs and some phrases used when ordering in a restaurant.
Ashlie and Stephen help out in an ice cream van. That sounds easy, doesn’t it?
Rob and Stephen discuss differences between the past simple and present perfect and different uses of ‘look’ and ‘say’.
Have you ever wanted to start your own business? Joe meets young British people doing just that, and gets advice from entrepreneurs old and new, including Sir Richard Branson.
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’.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a paramedic? Join Wendy as she talks with some paramedics and learns more about the work they do.
Ashlie and Stephen go to the gym to prepare for a half-marathon for charity. Who’s going to be better prepared?
Rob and Ashlie review some gym vocabulary and how to use ‘going to’ to talk about plans.
Stephen and Ashlie run the half-marathon but disagree about how to win the medal. Who’s going to win?
Rob and Stephen look at examples of ‘text speak’ and the different meanings of the phrasal verb ‘work out’.
Joe visits the Tottenham Hotspur Football Club to watch the Ladies Academy side compete and to learn more about women’s football in England. Will they win?
Stephen helps Ashlie with some ideas for her blog so that it gets more ‘views’. What does he advise?
Rob and Stephen discuss some common words used to talk about social media and different continuous forms.
Ashlie and Stephen’s video is a hit!
Rob and Ashlie look at ways to use the words ‘if’, ‘what if’, ‘already’ and ‘nap’.
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