In this episode we join Jasmine as she rides down a mountain trail.
Learn how to say dance with Suhasini and some useful expressions for talking about the past.
Gustave shows what it means to set up and give something a shot.
Learn a few useful plurals with Tony as he swims with sharks.
As Christina climbs Jacob's ladder, find out what pass out and so far mean.
Visit a farm with Suhasini and learn what is different about sheep and goats.
Join Jasmine as she admires some pandas and find out when to say seen or saw.
Shobbie goes fishing and shows what it means to say 'my foot'.
Shaiful learns to play golf while you learn how to use reflexive pronouns.
Today Shobbie learns how to be a bar tender and goes to work in a pub.
Join Shobbie and learn a little about both cricket and English.
Learn a couple of words for meat and eating while Christina cooks kangaroo.
As Jason graduates, learn the different ways to pronounce graduate.
Find out if there are other ways of saying sit down and light up as Chloe enjoys a moon lantern festival.
Learn about dressing up with Jasmine.
Today we join Preeti on a tour of places that sell donated goods, called op shops. Listen for what they are going to do.
Today we join Raymond and his friends as they make beer. First, listen for why Raymond is nervous.
This story is about ballooning. First, listen for when Shaiful uses 'a' and 'an'.
Today we join Sarj as he learns ballroom dancing. First, listen to the advice his housemate gives him on how to dress for the occasion. Listen for some slang, or informal expressions:
This story is about swimming with sea lions. We'll look at the expressions 'all walks of life' and 'something else', as well as the phrasal verb 'get on'
This story is about a fitness centre run by a young couple. We'll look at the expressions 'day-to-day' and 'day in, day out', as well as explaining what it means to fly by the seat of your pants.
This story is about a national park known as the Grampians. We'll look at two, to and too, as well as explaining what 'some time' means.
This story is about collecting toys. We'll look at the expression 'by far', the phrasal verb 'move on', and a common irregular past tense.