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Life-Long Love of the English
Ken Wilson reflects on English
English Loan Words in Japanese
Read about the pitfalls of loan words and false friends in Japanese
Writing an Essay How to begin
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word of the month
The Language of the Web
Read about the creation of new
words for the Internet
Tips for the CD-ROM
Find out how to practise
spelling with SoundSearch
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all of the information used by learners is drawn from the Web. Every
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There is now an archive of
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writing, reading, integrated skills, grammar and vocabulary, and pronunciation.
There's a new round of the lesson share competition every month, so
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