The answer to yesterday's quiz was (b) horrible green trousers. Did you get it right? Find out more here: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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Our Fast Phrasals comics and cartoons are a great way to learn lots of useful phrasal verbs! Every episode has a different story where you can see how to use phrasal verbs in everyday conversation. Check them all out here!

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Phrasal verb videos | LearnEnglish Teens

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Reading is one of the best ways to improve your English...but it has to be fun! If you really enjoy what you're reading, you'll learn much faster than if you make yourself read something boring! So to help you, our blogger has made a list of eight great novels. Have you read any of them?

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Eight novels to help you learn English | LearnEnglish Teens | British Council

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Do you know what a 'bucket list' is? Read this blog, then tell us what would be on yours!

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Bucket lists | LearnEnglish Teens | British Council

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Hamlet is Shakespeare's most famous play - do you know the story? Watch our video lesson to learn all about it: [ Bit.ly Link ], then click here to join our free online course, Exploring English: Shakespeare: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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Have you watched our great new LearnEnglish Teens YouTube show yet? Check out the first video from Asha asking... Are you tech addicted? [ Bit.ly Link ]
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Are you tech addicted?

YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp, Snapchat... are you always checking your phone or tablet for the latest updates? Then you may be tech addicted! Watch...

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Do you know what a banana skin is? Not a real one of course! Find out in this week's Premier Skills English podcast! Rich and Jack also talk about the latest news from the Premier League and the language focus this week is on words that we use to give examples e.g. 'for example', 'such as' and 'for instance'. Listen and let us know what you think!

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Do you know what a banana skin is? - 16/17 ep.25

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Have you ever watched or read Romeo and Juliet? Do you know the story? Watch our video to find out all about it [ Bit.ly Link ], then join our free online course, Exploring English: Shakespeare, to learn even more!

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Have you seen the film Arrival? Read our blogger's review here: [ Bit.ly Link ] then why not try writing your own? Choose a film you've watched recently, practise with these activities, then write us a paragraph about it in the comments.
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Vocabulary: describing films - [ Bit.ly Link ]

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Arrival Trailer (HD) (English & French Subtitles)

http://www.subtitledtrailers.com Here is "Arrival" trailer with English and French subtitles. All right reserved. There are days that define your story beyon...

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It's Friday! Time for some great new UK music from The Selector – British Council! This week Goldierocks has Scarlet Rascal live in the studio, music from Los Campesinos!, The Magic Gang, Bryde, the Biggest Record in the UK from The Moonlandingz and more! Take a listen and tell us who you like best!

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The Selector w/ Scarlet Rascal & DJ S.K.T

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Love, ambition, revenge - Shakespeare's got it all! Do you know the names of the three plays in this video? Learn all about Shakespeare's life and most famous plays in our free course, Exploring English: Shakespeare [ Bit.ly Link ]. Starts 27 February.

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Do you know what a banana skin is? Not a real one of course! Find out in this week's Premier Skills English podcast! Rich and Jack also talk about the latest news from the Premier League and the language focus this week is on words that we use to give examples e.g. 'for example', 'such as' and 'for instance'. Listen and let us know what you think!

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Do you know what a banana skin is? - 16/17 ep.25

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Check out the second video in our brand new YouTube series! Join Sophia for a day around London as she visits the London Eye and more. Have you ever been to London? If you could visit, what would be the first thing you'd like to see?

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A day around London

Join Sophia for a day out in London, visiting the London Eye, Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park and more! Visit our website for lots more great videos and langu...

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The answer to yesterday's quiz was (c) - did you get it right? 'Most afternoons' goes at the end:
- I (a)______ use (b)______ the school library (c)______.
- I use the school library most afternoons.
Expressions like 'most afternoons', 'twice a week' etc. which tell you how often something happens, normally go at the end of a sentence. They can also go at the beginning. You can find out more...
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Adverbs of frequency

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Have you watched our great new LearnEnglish Teens YouTube show yet? Check out the first video from Asha asking... Are you tech addicted? [ Bit.ly Link ]
Tell us what you think in the comments below!

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Are you tech addicted?

YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp, Snapchat... are you always checking your phone or tablet for the latest updates? Then you may be tech addicted! Watch...

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Don't miss our special IELTS Facebook Clinic today on LearnEnglish – British Council! The educators from our Understanding IELTS course will be there to answer all your questions, so check your local time here and come along! If you haven't joined the free course yet, sign up here: bit.ly/IELTS6

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Event Time Announcer - IELTS Facebook Clinic Week 1

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Where should you add 'most afternoons' in this sentence - in position (a), (b) or (c)?
I (a)______ use (b)______ the school library (c)______.

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Adverbs of frequency

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The answer to yesterday's quiz was (c) going. Did you get it right? In British English 'do you fancy...?' is a friendly, informal way of saying 'would you like...?' 'Fancy' is followed by a noun or the -ing form of a verb. So you can say 'do you fancy a cup of tea?' or 'do you fancy going swimming'. Learn lots more useful expressions like this in Starting Out!

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Episode 07 - A race

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