Apr 242013

extr@ English promises language learning with laughter, in an authentic London setting. With 30 hilarious, half-hour sitcom programmes, the extra@ series is a delight for anyone learning English, especially young adults. The adventures of the four main characters in their London flat are stylish, sexy and funny.

The extr@ series is equally at home in the language class and with friends and family, making it ideal for teacher-led and self-study language learning. The programmes feature lively, colloquial English dialogue. The characters speak naturally, but clearly with constant repetition and strong use of visual prompts that help learners without detracting from the sitcom format. Thanks to its underlying linguistic framework, the series follows a syllabus in line with the aims of modern EFL curricula, practicing functions and structures suitable for intermediate level learners.

The Episodes of extr@ English:

Episode 01: Hector’s Arrival
Episode 02: Hector Goes Shopping
Episode 03: Hector Has A Date
Episode 04: Hector looks for a job
Episode 05: A star is born
Episode 06: Bridget wins the lottery
Episode 07: The Twin
Episode 08: The Landlady’s Cousin
Episode 09: Jobs For The Boys
Episode 10: Annie’s Protest
Episode 11: Holiday Time
Episode 12: Football Crazy
Episode 13: A Wedding In The Air
Episode 14: Changes
Episode 15: The Bouncer
Episode 16: Uncle Nick
Episode 17: Cyber Stress
Episode 18: Just The Ticket
Episode 19: Kung Fu Fighting
Episode 20: Every Dog Has Its Day
Episode 21: The Entertainers
Episode 22: Haunting At Halloween
Episode 23: Truth Or Dare
Episode 24: Pilot Nick
Episode 25: Art
Episode 26: Alibi
Episode 27: Can You Live Without
Episode 28: Christmas
Episode 29: Camping
Episode 30: Love Hurts

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  3. I can’t wait ! I’m an Ivorian student in lowersith and I love English… I’m am waiting for the next episodes!! This series is really educational and funky… I need more, we need more! I am waiting for more épisodes… I can’t tell how helpful and the first episodes were for me!
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  4. when are the next episodes coming back? my students have watched all 30 of the first series at least 3 times, now we need more….

  5. How to open the episode

  6. I want learn inglish , 1st episode

  7. I want learn inglish

  8. There is not more episodes availables since 30?

  9. Hello,
    Could you please tell me if it is possible to watch the episodes without the subtitles?
    thanks for your answer.

  10. […] Extra: Extra is a British situation comedy designed for English language learners. All of the regular characters have British accents, but they speak slowly and clearly. The show is set up so that there are a lot of context clues to help viewers understand what the characters are saying. And yet the show is still surprisingly natural and fun to watch. You can view the first 30 episodes here. […]

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