This page has been archived and is no longer updated. Unit 6 multimedia out more about page archiving. John and Fiona go to east London for something to eat. They go to a curry house in Brick Lane – an area well known for its history of immigrant communities.
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Today, it is populated by a Bangladeshi community that has popularised Indian restaurants in the area. Learning about the immigrant history of London. Practising the word stress of food items. John persuades Fiona to go out with him one evening for a curry.
They have been for a few drinks in east London and decide to go to Brick Lane for something to eat. This is an area famous for restaurants where you can buy a curry. John and Fiona are in an Indian restaurant in Brick Lane. They are looking at the menu and discussing what they want to order. There is a large Bangladeshi community in east London and many restaurants with an Indian theme. Read more about the ethnic mix of people in east London and the area around Brick Lane. When talking about food the pronunciation of a specific word can alter depending upon where the stress is placed.