How to keep active in self-isolation – BBC Learning English

How are you keeping active while in self-isolation due to the coronavirus? Here are some ideas to keep you inspired! We’re all in this together! Watch the video and answer … Read More

Sheeple: The English We Speak

Sometimes people just follow the crowd. Instead of thinking for themselves they copy what others are doing – a bit like sheep do. Why not leave the crowd and learn … Read More

Coronavirus: How to clean your phone

The #Coronavirus: we all know to wash our hands. But what about cleaning our phones? Here’s how! Watch and answer these questions: 1.What should you not use? 2.Where should you … Read More

How to use modal verbs of deduction – English In A Minute

Must, can’t, may, might and could. How do we use these modal verbs of deduction? Saskia can’t do a better job of explaining modal verb of deduction in this English … Read More

What does 'talk shop' mean?

Work, work, work! We spend so much time doing it, do we really want to talk about it when we’re not in the office? Well, for some people they just … Read More

‘Good’ and ‘well’ – Learners’ Questions

“What’s the difference between ‘good’ and ‘well’?” That’s what Sven would like to know, and Dan has the answer! If you have a question for Learners’ Questions, contact us on: … Read More

Would you eat pond scum? Eating Microalgae! Listen to 6 Minute English

How do you feed the world’s ever-growing population when the amount of land available to grow things is getting smaller? Could pond scum be the answer? Scientists say this microalgae, … Read More

Turning moon dust into water: Lingohack

Last year marked fifty years since man first walked on the Moon. But now – scientists want to go one step further – and build on it. Experts at The … Read More

Kobe Bryant's wife sues helicopter company: News Review

In News Review we talk about Kobe Bryant and teach new vocabulary. Kobe Bryant’s wife is suing the owner of the helicopter that crashed last month killing him and their … Read More

‘That’ – Learners' Questions

“When can we leave out ‘that’?” That’s what Saulo would like to know, and Dan has the answer! If you have a question for Learners’ Questions, contact us on: learning.english@bbc.co.uk … Read More

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