Are you old enough to remember watching the first moon landing? Walking on the moon became a collective fantasy for the children who watched the astronauts, and it gave The Police and Michael Jackson the ideas for their greatest hits. Study verbs of locomotion.
If she were still alive, movie legend Elizabeth Taylor would have turned 85 this month. She was famous for playing Cleopatra and other roles. Read about her eventful life and then try our reading-comprehension quiz.
Cowgirls don't like to be fenced in, they need lots of space to themselves. Learn the great song by Cole Porter and do a grammar exercise on me, myself and I. "Just turn me loose, let me straddle my old saddle / Underneath the western skies."
What would Britain be without tea? Many people in the UK are worried that Brexit will make everyday products more expensive – including tea! Our vocabulary exercise this week will teach you how to talk about all things tea-related.
The city of Memphis, in Tennessee, has inspired many great musicians. Ray Charles and Sam Cooke, Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley, for example,
all began their careers there. Study the expressions you will need to talk about your favourite recordings.