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Episode 04: Save the café!

Sarah knows a "secret" about the building in which the café is situated. Will this save the café?


Do the Preparation task first. Then listen to the audio. Next go to each Task and do the activity. If you need help, you can read the Transcript at any time.


Language level

Intermediate: B1
Pre-intermediate: A2


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can you help me?

Hello everybody
I'm new her, and I learned English in this website faster than using other websites. so I would like to thank British Council Team for there  helps to learn English language easley   

Hello everyone,
First of all, I would like  to say thank you because this site is great for learning
I'd like to know if with my log in, there was a topic that takes our staff and our score obtained in the exercises. sorry if I express myself badly, I am French and I have many things to learn in English! thank you for your answers.

Hello Jenny,
No, the system doesn't store your scores in the different exercises. It's a nice idea, though, and we might do it one day.
Best wishes,
The LearnEnglish Team

hello Adam, thanks for your answer.
yes it would be very nice to store our score, maybe one day...?
In the meantime, thank you for this site that really helps us improve our English!!


I heard the story. Nice and helping me a lot. Thanks to British Council.

This site is very helpful. :) Especially for those who'd like to learn the British accent. I've only joined yesterday and most of the pieces that I've come accross are very useful.

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I want to , not I wanna

You're right that in written English, people usually put 'I want to' rather than 'I wanna'. However, on the internet, a lot of people use a very informal style of writing that is closer to speech and that's why you'll see lots of words that you won't find in normal writing.
For example, 'yeah', 'nah', 'LOL' 'I want 2 b happy' etc.
Best wishes,
The LearnEnglish Team