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yesterday at 10:55. Facebook
What did you learn from Wednesday’s blog post about forming questions? Test your skills by answering the question below!
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12/07/2016 at 17:37. Facebook
Asking questions in English can be quite difficult to master. Liz Walter provides some basic rules to help you out: [ Ow.ly Link ]

Do you like swimming?: How to form questions in English

Cambridge Dictionary
12/05/2016 at 21:05. Facebook
#WOTD vet (noun): The farmer called the vet out to treat a sick cow. [ Ow.ly Link ]

This Friday is ‘International Day of Veterinary Medicine’! It is a day dedicated to the people and medicines that help keep our pets healthy and happy.
We will be posting words related to going to the ‘vets’ all this week.
Cambridge Dictionary
12/05/2016 at 09:57. Facebook
A ‘blood spa’ seems pretty gruesome, but it might not be quite what you expect! Learn more with today’s new words: [ Ow.ly Link ]

New words – 5 December 2016

Did you read Kate Woodford’s post about talking about interests? [ Ow.ly Link ] Test what you learnt with the question below.
Cambridge Dictionary’s 2016 Word of the Year has been announced! After a year of such political turmoil, what could it be..? Find out here: [ Ow.ly Link ]

Cambridge Dictionary’s Word of the Year 2016

What are you mad about?
This week, Kate Woodford reveals some words & phrases that we use to say that we are interested in something: [ Ow.ly Link ]

They’re crazy about football. (Talking about interests)

#WOTD steal (v): She admitted stealing the money from her employers. [ Ow.ly Link ]

All this week we will be posting words related to stealing.
In Lopburi, Thailand, the locals believe that treating monkeys with kindness brings good luck – so each November they hold a special banquet for them. But sightseers better beware, because these cheeky monkeys have a tendency to ‘run off with’...
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You may have heard of a glass ceiling, but have you heard of a ‘glass wall’? Find out more with today’s new words: [ Ow.ly Link ]

New words – 28 November 2016

We're delighted that Velawoods English has been nominated for a English-Speaking Union English language award! It has been shortlisted in the 'Use of new technology in ELT' category. Find out more about this innovative self-study course for beginners and try it out for free: [ Ow.ly Link ]

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Wednesday’s post provided the basic rules you should follow to avoid errors when using modal verbs: [ Ow.ly Link ]

Test your knowledge with this question!
In today’s post Liz Walter shares some basic rules to help learners of English avoid errors when using modal verbs: [ Ow.ly Link ]

Modal verbs – the basics

#WOTD give (v): Can you give me a date for another appointment? [ Ow.ly Link ]

Many Americans will be looking forward to tucking into some tasty turkey this Thursday as part of their Thanksgiving celebrations!
As the name suggests, the traditional festival is all about ‘giving’ thanks; so we thought we would ‘give’ you a synonym for ‘giving’ every day this week.
What vocabulary did you learn from Wednesday’s post about describing different landscapes? Test yourself with this question:
From ‘lush’ to ‘desolate’ the countryside can be described in many different ways. Read today’s post for some interesting ways to describe distinctive landscapes: [ Ow.ly Link ]

Describing landscapes

#WOTD slither (v): She watched the snake slither away. [ Ow.ly Link ]

From this Saturday, Harry Potter fans heading to the Warner Bros. Studio in London will get to experience 'Hogwarts in the Snow' as the film props and sets are transformed for the winter season!
All the words we will be posting this week have some connection to the Harry Potter books…can you guess how?
This week’s new words are all about the often tricky world of relationships and dating. Find out more here: [ Ow.ly Link ]

New words – 14 November 2016

On Wednesday, Kate Woodford revealed some phrases that can be used to help you say no politely. Test yourself with this question:
Following on from the US elections, today’s special post reveals the words that were looked up most frequently in the 24 hours from when the polls opened: [ Ow.ly Link ]

The US election in 24 hours of words

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