A free online English lesson about Madam Tussauds, London's famous Waxworks Museum. Watch a video about this popular London tourist attraction, learn some useful new vocabulary, and complete a multiple choice quiz to test how much you have understood. Part of a free series of online lessons about things to see and do in London, designed to help students learn about English life and culture and prepare for the Life in the UK Citizenship test.
Intermediate English Language Course. Practise your English with listening, reading and speaking exercises. Follow our two characters through London. In this unit John and Fiona are travelling from Heathrow into the centre of London.
Britons get creative in the Redbull Soapbox Race that returns to London after a nine year hiatus. Elly Park reports. TRANSCRIPT REPORTER: The Redbull Soapbox Race, the so called 'world's wackiest race,' hit London for the first time in nine...
The world's oldest underground rail network - London's 'tube' - is 150 years old. The Victorian artery of the British capital, which enabled the city to boom, served as shelter during World War II and has been copied around the...
A listening, vocabulary and grammar lesson about The Tower of London, for English language learners. Watch a video about this famous London icon and tourist destination, complete a multiple choice quiz, and revise the past simple tense. Part of a free series of online lessons about London history, people and places, designed to help students prepare for the Life in the UK Citizenship test and improve their level of English.
I went to London for the day last Friday with a group of students and created this crossword for them to do on the train. We had a great day, starting with a trip on the London Eye (highly recommended),...
An Intermediate level reading text for English language students about The Notting Hill Carnival, a popular London event which is held in the United Kingdom every year on the August bank holiday weekend.
London Underground celebrates its 150th birthday today. It’s sometimes easy to skip over a factoid like that, but that means that it was the world’s first ever undergound train system and opened in 1863, which is pretty incredible to think about!
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