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Three ideas to improve your listening skills:

1. Start a WhatsApp group with your study friends. Everyone records a short voice message on a topic of their choice. Listen and comment.
2. Find a new song in English. Listen as often as you like and write down the lyrics.
3. Try one of our fun, free listening activities on our Learning English website:
Three ideas to improve your listening skills:
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Evren Solgun
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yesterday at 09:36. Facebook
Here's an interesting adjective that includes the word 'tell'. It's used to describe something revealing a state, fact or situation you were trying to keep hidden.
Heres an interesting adjective that includes the word tell Its used to
Cibeles Sanz Beltrán
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04/27/2017 at 09:35. Facebook
Gael García Bernal is a Mexican actor who appeared in the 2006 film Babel. In an interview with Time Magazine, he said this about how hard it is to express himself in different languages.

What do you think about how you express yourself in English?
Gael García Bernal is a Mexican actor who appeared in the 2006
Florentina Tutu
Leandro Santos
Muhammad Shehata
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04/26/2017 at 14:18. Facebook
Do you want to improve your listening skills? Put on your headphones and try it now.
Do you want to improve your listening skills Put on your headphones and try it now

Theatre review

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Jaqueline Teixeira
Gustavo Martins
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04/26/2017 at 09:34. Facebook
Boost your writing!

Do you have trouble with linking words? You'll learn a few things if you try this activity. Challenge your friends to see who is the best writer!
Boost your writing Do you have trouble with linking words Youll learn

Linking words

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Liz Briganti
Cristhian Rojas Vite
Shelby Maria
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04/25/2017 at 14:33. Facebook
It's not always easy to use verbs correctly – especially in exam situations.

Here is a short dialogue inspired by candidates who took the Cambridge English: First writing exam. Can you correct the mistakes?
It's not always easy to use verbs correctly – especially in exam situations
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04/25/2017 at 09:32. Facebook
Did you know 'Beautiful' is one of the top 50 words most often spelled incorrectly by learners? Remember: the correct spelling has ‘eau’ and only one ‘l’.

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Did you know Beautiful is one of the top 50 words most
Aisha Nur
Elia Marsen
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04/24/2017 at 14:12. Facebook
Do you know what ethical journalism refers to? Check out this reading activity to find out more.
Do you know what ethical journalism refers to Check out this reading

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04/24/2017 at 09:32. Facebook
'Tell' is a really useful verb to know in English – and it appears in so many patterns.

Here are a few for you to learn – do you know them all?
'Tell' is a really useful verb to know in English – and it appears in so many patterns
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Dazzling Dhivakar
Puneet Datta
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04/23/2017 at 10:54. Facebook
Challenge your friends on #EnglishLanguageDay.

The 'b' in comb is silent – it isn't pronounced. Here are five more words with silent letters for you to learn.

Can you spell them correctly?
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Are you ready to improve your English? Do you have five minutes free right now?

Visit our Learning English site for fun, free practice activities you can do online:
Are you ready to improve your English Do you have five minutes free right now
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Do you like stories? Reading fiction can be great as it allows us to 'play make-believe' – invent fantastic characters and amazing stories in our head.

When was the last time that you played make-believe?
Do you like stories Reading fiction can be great as it allows
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Germán Allaín
Tay Pham
We've launched a free online course to help refugees and asylum seekers get the information they need to apply to UK universities. Find out more and enroll today!

During the 3-week course, participants will learn about:

- the UK higher education admissions process
- choosing a university and course of study
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Weve launched a free online course to help refugees and asylum seekers

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Mazen Elmasry
Peter Whitney
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It's really important to be able to show both sides of an argument or debate – especially when you have to write an essay for a Cambridge English exam.

Here are five expressions for showing opposing views, opinions and facts. How many can you use in your writing?
Its really important to be able to show both sides of an
Bisonno Bristi
Dan Carvalho
Fabiana Ramalho
'Do' and 'make' are two words that can cause problems in English. This is because sometimes there are verbs in other languages that can be translated as either 'do' or 'make' depending on the context.

Try this activity from our Learning English site to see if you know the difference! Tag a friend who needs help with their 'dos' and 'makes'.
Do and make are two words that can cause problems in English

Do or make?

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Mazen Elmasry
Svjetlana Mikač Jovanović
Benício Matheus
Three ideas to help you with your pronunciation today:

1. Work on saying this tongue twister perfectly:
'Seventy-seven benevolent elephants'.
2. Learn and recite a poem in English.
3. Try out these quick, free pronunciation activities:
Three ideas to help you with your pronunciation today:
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There are two verbs in English that can cause problems for many learners – 'make' and 'do'. Take a look at the ways 'do' can be used. Do you know them all?
There are two verbs in English that can cause problems for many
Sujit Prasad
The answer to yesterday's grammar mistake.

When 'enjoy' is followed by a verb, that verb cannot be used in the infinitive with ‘to’.
The answer to yesterday's grammar mistake
Thai Van Dang
Gibbs Montiel
Natty Alice
In English, an interesting way we can say that something is in the style of a particular person is by making adjectives from the person's name and the suffix -ian.

For example, 'Hitchcockian' can mean 'in the style of the director Alfred Hitchcock'.

These are called eponymous adjectives and here are five of them!

Do you know any eponymous adjectives in your language?
In English an interesting way we can say that something is in
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Can you find the common mistake in this sentence?
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