When their country is invaded and their families are taken, eight unlikely high school teenagers with no miltary training band together to fight a well-armed invasion force.
A young man created with scissors for hands falls in love with a beautiful girl and displays a talent for cutting hair and hedges in this delightful gothic fable.
On his first day at a new school, a teenage boy instantly falls for the girl of his dreams. The only problem is that she is forbidden to date until her completely un-dateable older sister goes out too. This modern retelling of The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare, stars Heath Ledger, Julia Stiles and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. The title is sometimes styled as Ten Things I Hate About You.
Many Australians enjoy watching and playing sport, so how do you talk about a recent game you've watched? Jack and Sarah explore this in this episode.
In this episode, find out more about the Australian currency denominations and the words you need to know when you want to make bigger purchases.
We use the internet and social media sites all the time to stay connected and understand what's happening around us. In this episode, learn the vocabulary you need to know to talk about this topic.
We are surrounded by technology, but how do we use the right words to talk about it? In this episode, Sarah and Jack introduce some key vocabulary related to this topic.
Assigned to protect a small town in Vietnam, Dao arrives to fight against the crime boss; but soon his past catches up with him, threatening to destroy the cherished village.
We often find ourselves in situations where we meet new people and want to make friends. What do you say in such a situation? How can you find out more about your new friends? Jack and Sarah explain how in this episode.
It's being described as a radical new experiment in education, the Catholic school that has done away with tests, grades and even year levels. St Luke's Catholic College is delivering a personalised curriculum for every student and it's all being delivered in a brand-new, open plan school with life coaches. But critics are questioning the radical approach to learning.
How is writing to a friend different from writing a formal letter? Sarah and Jack explain in this episode.
When you go to the doctor, what can you say to describe how you're feeling? Find out more in this episode.
What are your dreams and how are you achieving them? What about your goals? If you have some goals in mind, learn how to talk about them in this episode.
When you're writing a formal letter or email, what should you include in it? And what sort of phrases and words can you use? Pick up some tips in our latest episode.
It's the greatest literary mystery of all time: Who wrote the works of William Shakespeare? Although the official story of a Stratford merchant writing for the London box office has held sway for centuries, questions over the authorship of the plays and poems has persisted. Mark Twain, Sigmund Freud, Charlie Chaplin, and Orson Welles are among the many famous figures who doubt that a grain-dealer from Stratford-Upon-Avon was England's "Star of Poets". Sir Derek Jacobi leads an impressive cast featuring Oscar-winning actress Vanessa Redgrave and Tony Award-winning actor Mark Rylance on a quest to uncover the truth behind the world's most elusive author, and discovers a forgotten nobleman whose story could rewrite history.
Learn how to use cause and effect language in this episode, and pick up some environment-related vocabulary along the way.
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When three witches tell Macbeth that he is destined to occupy the throne of Scotland, he and his wife choose to become the instruments of their fate and to kill the first man standing in their path, the virtuous King Duncan. But to maintain his position, Macbeth must keep on killing - first Banquo, his old comrade-in-arms; then, as the atmosphere of guilt and paranoia thickens, anyone who seems to threaten his tyrant's crown. From its mesmerising first moments to the last fulfilment of the witches' prophecy, Shakespeare's gripping account of the profoundest engagement with the forces of evil enthrals the imagination.
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Talking about your family members? Learn how to use the appropriate adjectives and prepositions to talk about your family.
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