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Christmas Scene 1 Language Focus

Even Rob's getting into the Christmas spirit, with some special presents for Stephen and some special Christmas words for viewers.

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


Language level

Intermediate: B1
Upper intermediate: B2


in this episode, there is no transcript
could somebody help me?

Hello Salad1,
We don't put up transcripts for the 'Language Focus' parts of Word on the Street. They are like mini-lessons, so you should just listen to them. Don't worry about hearing every word.
Best wishes,
The LearnEnglish Team

Dear Learn English Team
I want to thank all of you for what you have been providing excellent English Program to all over the world. It's been also great for me to start learning British English by on-line system conveniently. May god bless all of you and family. Forever

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Thanks in Advance

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thank you for your attention, I obey the copyright reasons and will go to other pages and click the downloads!
Best Regards

Dear Learn English Team
In task 3, there ´s a sentence which I don ´t understand, particularly the sentence number 5. What does lan ´s health problem mean?
"Lan" is the abbreviation for local area network. Is there a lan ´s health problem? 
I have even heard of lan parties but never this. It would make sense to me a lung ´s health problem for example.
I presume that I´m missing some important detail  because it doesn´t look like typo. 
Thank you all very much

Dear Juan,
The word is 'Ian', spelt with I for Igloo. It's a man's name which comes from Scotland and I think it's similar to your name - both of them are related to the name 'John'!
Best wishes,