Session 5

Enjoy our new drama, 'The Race' and test your knowledge with our weekly quiz

In episode 1 of our new drama you can meet the main character Phil. His life is about to get a lot more exciting! After that, test your skills in our weekly quiz.

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Friday is drama day. In our first story we join Phil and his shipmate Passepartout as they attempt to sail the world in 80 days.


Just 80 days?


What will they do?


What could possibly go wrong?


Join their journey...


... and practise all the week's language as you go.

Friday is the last day of the unit. It’s your chance to relax, enjoy a drama and to test your knowledge of the content in this unit.

Every Friday we challenge you to a big weekly quiz. How well will you do? You can find out later.

Friday is also the day for our weekly drama.

Each week you can follow the adventures of our heroes and heroines and learn some useful expressions on the way. There is an audio drama episode, video diaries and even weekly summaries to help you understand the drama. Find out more about our first drama from Sophie and Amith.

To do

Now check what you know about the drama with this three-question quiz.

What do you know about our drama?

3 Questions

Choose the correct answer

Congratulations you completed the Quiz
Excellent! Great job! Bad luck! You scored:
x / y


Our new drama, The Race, is about to begin. Enjoy!

Session Vocabulary

  • gap year
    a year that you spend travelling, often with friends, usually after finishing school and before starting university. Some gap year travellers work while they are travelling, for example in bars and restaurants

    an unusual, difficult and sometimes dangerous journey

    travelling to lots of different countries

    travelling to and visiting lots of different countries, carrying everything that you need for your journey in a bag that you carry on your back

    to sail all the way around something, such as an island, or the world