John has just arrived at Fiona's place in Camden. He wants them both to go out for the evening in London. He makes several
suggestions about what they could do.
Instructions for exercise
Listen to the dialogue by pressing the play button below (). When you have heard it, drag the sentences into the white boxes in the correct order. Use the language tips at the bottom of the page to help you.
a bite to eat
- food "my treat"
- "i'll pay" what's on
- here, the films that are showing
Language tips - grammar
"Let's go and see a band." (Let's + base form.) "How about going out for a bite to eat?" (How about + -ing?) "We could go and see an exhibition." (We could + base form.) "Why don't we go and see a film?" (Why don't we + base form?)