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Social Media Revolution

Have you ever wanted to be involved in making a video? Watch as Wendy visits the 'set' for a popular series and learns how social media play a key role in the production of videos made for the internet.

Watch the video. Then go to Task and do the activities.

Task 1

After watching Wendy's documentary about social media, choose the correct option to complete each sentence.


Task 2

Read the extract from the documentary and find eight more words connected with the topic of TV and film. Add them to the list.


Task 3

Can you remember the TV and film words from Task 2? Type in the correct words.



Language level

Intermediate: B1


I like watching videos about computer games.
No, I haven't

I enjoy watching video game videos.
There are Netflix series which was made for the internet.

hi,everyone! could someone explain me for what LAPC stands?

Hello anton81,

The video which they are making is not a documentary, so it's not about a real police department. LAPC is the name they chose for the fictional police force - it is a play on the name of the LAPD - the Los Angeles Police Department.


Best wishes,


The LearnEnglish Team

Hello, Peter M .Thanks a lot.

Thank you very much

where are the keys of the tasks ?
I don't know am I true.

Hello renata333,

To see how many you have got right for a task, click 'Check Answer'. To see all the correct answers, click 'Submit'.


Best wishes,


The LearnEnglish Team

Hi teacher,
If "following" are people who you follow and followers are people who follow you, then, I don't understand the sentence "... it has built up a dedicated following." Isn't it supposed to be talking about the followers of the series? (this last sentence might be bad-written, sorry, my english isn't quite good)
Best wishes

Hi ssoniacs,

That is not the meaning of 'following', I'm afraid. When we talk of 'a following' we mean a group of people or a movement who follow/believe in/support a person. To describe he people you follow we would use a different word, such as 'idol', 'guru', 'leader' or similar, depending on the context.

Best wishes,


The LearnEnglish Team