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A ghost's guide to London: Episode 2: King's Road

Lord Jeffrey, the Ghost of London, takes students on a swinging audio tour of the King’s Road. In this lesson students will: learn about the King’s Road; practise listening for gist and reconstructing audio stories from memory; compare and contrast standard forms of English with colloquial expressions and then practise these expressions in a personalized speaking task; prepare personalized anecdotes about falling in love.

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Readers' comments (6)

  • This whole series is fantastic and after the free first installment, it was one of the reasons I decided to become a full member. I live in Co Kerry, Ireland and have many Spanish au pairs that come for one to one lessons and they all want to go to London to work so this is very relevant for them and very interesting.
    Great work, thanks.

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  • Nice! Thumbs up!
    Miek

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  • These are fantastic- keep up the great work!

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  • Many thanks for pointing out the mistake in the key - this has now been changed to 'complement'!
    The onestopenglish team

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  • In the key, it should of course be "complement" (to balance out or inprove something), and not "compliment" (to praise someone)!!

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  • Hope everyone enjoys episode 2! Please tell us what you think of the Kings Road!

    All the best

    Luke

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