These resources aim to give learners the confidence and the language to deal with situations they may encounter in their homes.
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Do you know what to do if there is an accident at work. In this resource you will listen to Rene reporting an accident to the supervisor.
Did you know that the most common accident for cleaners was slipping over? Watch Anna explain to Rene some simple steps to help stop this happening. In this resource you will learn some new vocabulary and practice your listening skills.
Do you watch the weather news on TV? We like to know if it will be sunny or rainy tomorrow but predicting the weather is a very difficult job.
Britain has always been a creative place for writers. Inspired by the richness of the English language and the work of their predecessors, British writers are still producing some of the best-loved literature across the world. Watch the video to find out more about British literature and its authors.
Throughout history, the English language has constantly changed and adapted to become the global language that it is today.
'Someone at the door - meter reading', is part of 'English in my home'. These resources aim to give learners confidence and equip them with the language necessary to deal with situations where unexpected callers arrive at the door. In this lesson, Sunita finds out all about how the electricity reads the meter.
'Someone at the door - charity collection', is part of 'English in my home'. These resources aim to give learners confidence and equip them with the language necessary to deal with situations where unexpected callers arrive at the door. In this lesson, Arjun and Sunita deal with some very suspicious charity collectors.
Charities are organisations that raise money to help people who are in very difficult situations. They collect money in many different ways, and sometimes they come to your home to ask you for money.