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Ashlie and Stephen’s friend Tristan asks the pair to help out in his café. What could possibly go wrong? And will they do any better selling ice cream on the beach at Brighton?
Perhaps they could start their own business instead – as young people do in the UK every year. Joe meets some of Britain’s brightest young business people – and gets to play a round of golf!
Stephen takes Ashlie out for lunch at their friend Tristan’s café. They enjoy themselves, but don’t manage to eat!
Rob and Ashlie talk about using ‘out’ with verbs and some phrases used when ordering in a restaurant.
Ashlie and Stephen help out in an ice cream van. That sounds easy, doesn’t it?
Rob and Stephen discuss differences between the past simple and present perfect and different uses of ‘look’ and ‘say’.
Have you ever wanted to start your own business? Joe meets young British people doing just that, and gets advice from entrepreneurs old and new, including Sir Richard Branson.
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