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Do you have a few minutes to work on your reading? Here’s an interesting activity for you.

Read the article ‘Truth about ballet’ and answer a few questions, then check your answers:
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If you think about something 'in the cold light of day', you think about it clearly and calmly, without the emotions you had at the time it happened.

Here's an example:
The next morning, in the cold light of day, John realised the mistake he had made.

When was the last time you realised something in the cold light of day?
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01/14/2017 at 12:10. Facebook
What does it mean when we say 'time flies'?

You can find out the meaning of this idiom in this short video.

How do you make time fly? Tell us!

Idioms: Time Flies

This series of short fun clips show the real meaning of popular English idioms and how to use them in everyday life. Please note idioms are not tested as par...

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01/13/2017 at 17:06. Facebook
Time for a quick vocabulary challenge! How many modes of transport can you spot in this short clip?

Challenge your friends and see who can identify the most!
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01/13/2017 at 14:16. Facebook
Let’s play Hot Seat!

Take a break from studying and play a game with us.

Join in our live game of Hot Seat and help our Cambridge English friends to guess the words – remember you can’t say the word, just give clues to help them

HINT! They are all words that have both British English and American English alternatives!
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01/12/2017 at 15:28. Facebook
We know that many of you find listening in English particularly challenging, so here are some quick, free activities for you. Just put on your headphones or turn up your speakers and try them out now: [ Cambridgeenglish.org Link ]
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01/11/2017 at 08:57. Facebook
'a' is one of the shortest words in the English language – but it can cause some of the biggest problems for our learners.

Check out these sentences written by candidates taking the Cambridge English: First exam.

Can you spot all the mistakes?
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01/10/2017 at 09:18. Facebook
If you walk with or have 'a spring in your step', you walk energetically in a way that shows you are feeling happy and confident.

Here's an example:
There's been a definite spring in his step ever since he got his new job.

What gives you a spring in your step?
Is punctuation something you want to work on? Try out this quick activity today: [ Cambridgeenglish.org Link ]
Build your vocabulary by learning and using phrasal verbs. How many of these common verb phrases with 'take' do you know and use? Challenge your friends and see who can write the most sentences with 'take'!
Here's our top tip for keeping track of new vocabulary.
'Moral support' is a noun that describes help that is emotional or psychological, rather than material.

Do you have people in your life that give you moral support while you learn English?
Watch Laurie talk about his New Year's resolutions with his friend. Have you made any resolutions this year?
Hamdog for dinner with a freakshake for dessert, anyone?

Here are 10 words that have recently made their way into the English language.
Five quick ideas to improve your vocabulary:

1. Start a vocabulary notebook and write down any new words you learn.
2. Read a short article. Look up at least three new words.
3. Choose a word you’ve recently learned. Try and use it in a sentence today.
4. Find synonyms for words you always use. For example, if you say ‘nice’ a lot, try and use ‘enjoyable’ or ‘pleasant’ instead.
5. Spend 10...
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Activities for Learners

Look at this snap shot of Twitter on New Years Eve. It's great to see so much happiness! #2017
Try this story generator to create short stories to read and share with your friends.

Plot Generator

A 'rumour'* is an unofficial interesting story or piece of news that might be true or invented, and quickly spreads from person to person:

Rumours are going around the school that we will be getting a new canteen.

[ + that ] She's circulating/spreading rumours that the manager is going to resign.

*this word is spelled 'rumor' in American English.
Do you know how often a new word is added to the English language? Find out here in our 10 awesome facts about the English language.

Tag a friend who would find this surprising!
Are you ready for a listening challenge? Check out our Virtually Anywhere audio series.

Put on your headphones and follow final-year archaeology students Geeta and Paul on this their adventures.

Virtually Anywhere Episode 1