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From art to architecture, from film to fashion, Britain has always been home to some of the world’s most talented and creative people. Watch the video to learn more about some examples of British creativity.
The search for knowledge is central to British life. Watch the video to learn about Oxford University, the Science Museum and the Wellcome Collection and how they are all involved in Britain’s quest for knowledge.
Being green means doing things to protect and sustain the natural environment, and Britain is continually developing ways to do this. Watch the video to learn about some of the green projects taking place in the UK.
Throughout history, the English language has constantly changed and adapted to become the global language that it is today.
Unit 3 is about what happens at places in town. It develops all language skills and can be used in ESOL literacy classes. Learners listen to sound clips and discuss what they can hear and where, build sentences and identify verb-noun collocations. Learners also develop simple transactional dialogues such as buying food in a café, a ticket on the bus, or paying at the checkout.
In the UK, Bonfire Night or Guy Fawkes is celebrated on November 5th and the night skies are filled with colour. It's a special day in honour of a historic event. In this activity you can read about the history of the November 5th celebrations, complete various tasks to check your understanding and try an exercise on passives.
It's not easy living in a new country. Sometimes it takes time to get used to things.