Every week, we summarise the news to give you some insight into what is happening in Britain, and what people are talking about.
This week: global secrets of the UK's favourite TV show, exam results and first ever night of TV recreated
Get up-to-date with British news and culture with English UK Every week, we summarise the news to give you some insight into what is happening in Britain, and what people are talking about.
This week: the Olympics comes to an end; the world's biggest airship has been launched; JK Rowling announces more stories about life at Hogwarts; and UK television screens are taken over by baking (again).
Dancing, music and masquerade – join the Carnival fun in Notting Hill in London. It's Europe's biggest street festival.
This week, we do well at the Olympics, meet the UK's newest billionaire, find out the truth about dogs and find out why a man presented a TV show in his underwear.
Summer time = Festival time = Leeds and Reading Festival
The annual Leeds and Reading festival is a highlight for all who love music and is a great way to spend the British August Bank Holiday weekend (the long public holiday we have from 26 -29 August).
The Bournemouth Air Festival is the most popular seafront airshow, which attracts visitors due to the action and entertainment on land, at sea and in the air.
If you are fanatical about garlic bread, garlic mushrooms or garlic butter you should not miss this festival. The Isle of Wight Garlic Festival is a two day food and entertainment show, celebrating garlic.
"I like my teachers and the weather, even the rain. It's different from Saudi Arabia. I like everything and would recommend it to my family and friends"
Anas Alsalamah's experience studying English in Plymouth, South West England.
Have you ever been to the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo or seen it on TV? Don't miss the unique opportunity to enjoy musicians and performers from every corner of the globe in Edinburgh, Scotland's capital city.
The StudyTravel Star Awards is an 'Oscars' ceremony for the study travel industry, where businesses nominate and vote for their peers. We are thrilled to see so many English UK members and partner agencies nominated for awards.
Do you think the Edinburgh International Festival does not quite meet your needs? Why not visit the Edinburgh Fringe Festival instead ?
As well as at the festival's celebratory attitude to innovation and life-affirming sprit, there are more than thousand reasons to become addicted to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Offering English with golf to juniors is pretty unusual, and even more so when the school has built its own nine-hole golf course.
"Basically we're a language school that does sport and music very well," says director Bram Van Asselt, who began the business with Olympic gold medal hockey player Steve Batchelor.
In this week's news written for English language students: Harry Potter returns, a famous painting of Queen Elizabeth I bought for the UK, Britain's third-time Tour de France winner and plastic bags disapear.
Every week, we summarise the UK news to help you understand what is happening in Britain, and what people are talking about.