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Camden Scene 2

Ashlie and Stephen need to finish their shopping. Ashlie drags Stephen into a shoe shop and they look at some amazing clothes.

 Do the Preparation task first. Then watch the video. Next go to Task and do the activity. If you need help, you can read the transcript at any time.

Task 1

Comprehension Task

Do you like the clothes Stephen and Ashlie bought? Answer these questions.


Task 2

Sort out the questions that you heard in the video.



Language level

Intermediate: B1


Hello marcozroberto,

We're very glad to hear that – thanks for telling us! Best of luck with your exam and please let us know how it goes.

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Hey, while I was reading the preparation for this video I came across the sentence which has, or it just sounds silly to me, inverted the last two words. It says:"...clothes shopping." I've never heard this before in my entire life, not in a movie, video game or anywhere. I assume it is actually correct but how come I've never heard that before in everyday speaking? If it is, I'd like u give me an example, like where can I find more of these unusual phrases that cannot be heard in random everyday speaking. Thank u. :)

Hello Andrea,

'Clothes shopping' is not all that common, probably because 'going shopping' often refers to shopping for clothes, but the way it is formed is nothing unusual. It's a compound noun similar to others noun + noun combinations such as 'car shopping', 'razor blade' or 'bus stop'.

I think the best thing you can do to pick up vocabulary like this is to read and listen to English widely. It sounds as if you already do that, but if not, I encourage you to give it a try. There are loads of resources on the internet that you could use (e.g. the BBC world news, TED talks, etc.). And of course a good dictionary will be a good friend for your listening and reading.

Good luck!

All the best,
The LearnEnglish Team

I don't like really and I don't ask questions. I just ask for shoe size

i answer right questions

we’ve got to get a move on.

what does it mean? tell me in simple english....

Hello Velmurugan A,

'Get a move on' means 'hurry' or 'speed up'.


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The LearnEnglish Team

This is the first lesion i learned at LearnEnglish, that's really great way to improve listening skill.

I too missed some words.

sorry , i miss some word