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.

Task 1

Order the events in the video.

Exercise

Task 2

Choose the right answer.

Exercise

Task 3

Put the right word in each space to complete the sentences.

Exercise

Task 4

Be careful - not all adverbs need -ly! Add -ly if it is needed.

Exercise

Discussion

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Language level

Advanced: C1
Upper intermediate: B2

Comments

i was downloadable but it is very expensive, two part are free

I want to know how to download video section in mobile.....

Hello Pankajkumar!
 
I'm sorry but for copyright reasons these videos are not available for download. If you want things to listen to on your phone, try our Elementary Podcasts. You could also have a look at our phone apps.
 
Best wishes,
 
Jeremy Bee
The LearnEnglish Team

i want to learn English, but i don't have idea, how i start learning English? help me Jeremy Bee , how i start learning English.
 

Hello,
Jeremy gave advice about this lower down the page to Hakmat Kamal. Do you have any questions that aren't covered by his answer?
Best wishes,
Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

English is a global language, of course, but the English language spoken here is perfect!
Most people could desire to study in GB, so I'm sure of the people's admiration. They are lucky! 

i am agree with you, they are lucky.
 

Hi, I'm from Argentina and I wanted to know if it would be possible to download these videos as they are very helpful for me. Thanks :)

Hi
i need your help how can i improve my English and grammar ?
thanks 

Hello hakmat kamal!
 
Well, you should see this website as a library – just borrow whatever interests you! Our Elementary Podcasts are a good place to start. Listen to the podcasts, do the exercises, and talk to other learners about the topic. If you like the Podcasts, try our video series, Word on the Street next. If you want to work on grammar, take a look at our grammar section.
 
Don't forget that we also have a search box. Put a topic you're interested in into the box – like 'food' or 'the past simple' - and you'll get a list of pages about that topic.
 
We have a lot of different levels on the site, so don't worry if something is too hard – find something easier, and come back to it later. As I said in answer to your speaking question, just try to look at something ever day!
 
Hope that helps,
 
Jeremy Bee
The LearnEnglish Team

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