Stephen takes Ashlie out for lunch at their friend Tristan’s café. They enjoy themselves, but don’t manage to eat!

Do the Preparation task first. Then watch the video and do the first Task. Watch the video a second time and then finish the Tasks. If you need help, you can read the Transcript at any time.

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Intermediate: B1

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I like this web, it's great!!!

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Thank you for your help. It was my first question here.

Hi. I don't know why in Task 3 is "a tomato soup" instead "some soup", soup is a noun uncountable.

Hi carnations,

In restaurants and bars we often order food in this way. We can say 'A tomato soup, please' or 'I'll have a coffee, please', for example, using usually uncountable nouns with the indefinite article.

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Peter

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Thank you for your favour

hi guys , i noticed two expressions.

1) i'm sure it won't be long would it have been the same in he had used " take intead of be"?

2) i thought it was going to be a lot harder: in this expression is "was going to" the future in the past?

I'm new in this webpage, and these videos and their questions are very useful for learning english...thanks to british council!!

Hi.I really don't understand what this sentence infer to "The cook's gone home sick."I know what homesick means.

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