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Night Out Scene 1

Stephen and Ashlie meet up with some friends for a night out in London. Will they manage to find a venue that everyone will enjoy?

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.


Language level

Intermediate: B1


what does "That should do it." exactly mean?

Imgine you are very hungry: then after you eat a good amonut of food you say: that should do it. ( enough)

that should do it . It should be ok. .

Hello pearlw777,

It means 'that should be enough' or 'that should solve the problem'. It's a fairly informal phrase.

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The LearnEnglish Team

In my opinion, Comprehension Task 3 doesn't make sense, every country has their different culture about these three events (party, concert, and club).
In my country, Indonesia, at a concert: the music is very loud and there isn't any food as well, whereas our party usually finishes before 11 pm. So, I think there isn't a wrong or right answer in Task 3, It depends on our habit in different countries.


Hello Chorolaut,

Thanks for your comment, and I think you make a good point. The exercise in Task 3 is meant to help you learn from the video, and as such applies more to Britain than the entire world.

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The LearnEnglish Team

What does "Have a good night- TAKE CARE " mean?


You can look up 'take care' in our online dictionary at the right-hand side of the page.

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The LearnEnglish Team

Hello there
Ashley used the word " trope" have seen the dictionery it means figuratively but what does it mean here ?

Hello AbdulMohsin,

I think you must have misheard Ashlie as I can't see that word anywhere in the transcript (click on the 'transcript' link under the video window to see this). There is a word 'trope' which is used in relation to literary analysis with the meaning you give, but it does not appear here.

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The LearnEnglish Team

Hey plz, just could you explain to me the meaning of "awful??
?" and when we can use it?