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Further sporting idioms

Further sporting idioms

With Wimbledon now in full swing and competing with the World Cup for the attention of sports fans everywhere it’s a good moment to look at some further useful idioms and expressions which you will come across in newspaper, on TV and on the internet. They can also be used in other contexts and are therefore of wider interest than just for sports fans.

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Language to help you talk about the World Cup

Language to help you talk about the World Cup

With the World Cup being followed in almost every country and about half of the world’s population watching, this makes it a popular topic of conversation so why not also use it as a chance to learn more English vocabulary and idioms? Here is a list of general words and phrases which will help you when reading reports, listening to live commentary or pundits (experts commenting on games on TV) or when talking about football with your friends.

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10 Reasons To Study English In Canterbury

10 Reasons To Study English In Canterbury

For nearly a thousand years, pilgrims have been treading a well-worn path to come to Canterbury. As a UNESCO world heritage site, Canterbury has become one of the most visited cities in the United Kingdom due to its history dating back to prehistoric times, its picturesque gardens and beaches. So, here are ten reasons why you should come to Canterbury:

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English Pronunciation Practice For Arabic Speakers

Designed for students of English whose native language is Arabic

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Phonetic alphabet - examples of sounds

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is a system where each symbol is associated with a particular English sound. By using IPA you can know exactly how to pronounce a certain word in English. This helps in improving English pronunciation and feeling more confident speaking in English, whether you learn English on you own or with a specialist teacher in an individual English Accent Training class.

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