Watch YouTube videos and improve your English at the same time. There are exercises, transcripts and worksheets to help you understand.

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Learning how to chop an onion is really, really useful. You'll probably chop hundreds, if not thousands, of onions in your life. So, learn how to do it really well with this video.  

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This song was created by members of GMCBeats rap workshops and Webwise Ireland to celebrate Safer Internet Day. Online safety is really important for everyone who uses the internet so listen to the song and do the exercises to make sure you stay safe online. 

We have our own YouTubers! They talk about everything and anything and we add subtitles and transcripts to help you improve your English as you watch. Post a comment to join in the discussion. 

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A bucket list is like a wish list of things you'd like to do. In this video Asha tells us what's on her bucket list. 

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Sophia compares living in Sicily with living in Scotland, and talks about some of the differences between life in a cold climate and a hot one!

Play games, have fun and improve your English vocabulary at the same time.

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Play Wordshake and see how many points can you get in 3 minutes. Longer words score more points!

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Think of a number with two digits. For example, 43. Follow the Magic Gopher's instructions and he will amaze you by telling you what number you chose.

Write captions for the funny photos.

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Can you write a caption for this strange character we found in a library? 

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What could he be thinking? Can you write a caption for this photo?

Guess what the photos are and write your answers below. 

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Who will be first person to guess what this picture is?

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Here we go! Can you guess what this is?

Read stories and articles for your level of English.

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Chloe has an unusual pet which isn't popular with all the members of her family. In this story it gets her into a bit of trouble.

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You shouldn’t believe everything you read in a text message... or should you?

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