This week’s lesson is based on a conversation between a British person and a Brazilian on the subject of different accents in spoken English.
This week’s lesson is about the famously addictive sport of surfing.
This week’s lesson is about the miners who have been trapped underground at a gold and copper mine in Chile since early August – a story that has been reported by the media worldwide.
To mark the United Nations ‘International Day of Democracy’ on 15th September, this week’s lesson is based on two opinions about the advantages and failings of democratic systems of government.
This week’s lesson is based on four recent stories related to space, or space exploration. Three of the stories are true and one has been invented.
This week’s lesson is based on a conversation between two British people on the subject of foreign languages
This week’s lesson is about the terrible floods currently affecting millions of people in Pakistan.
This week’s lesson is about the recently released film Toy Story 3, which has already been a big success at the cinema box office in dozens of countries.
This week’s lesson is based on a conversation about superstitions and also includes a brief quiz about superstitions in Britain.
This week’s lesson again comprises exercises based on information about various different countries.