In this Issue
Over the next three months we'll be bringing you special World Cup editions complete with a fantastic competition for you to take part in.
To get you ready for kick-off on 9th June, Susan Jellis, author of the feature article, takes a look at words and phrases often heard in football commentary.
Our regular series on new words explores the most common ways in which neologisms are created in English.
The language interference article describes some of the difficulties Thai learners face when learning English as a second language.
In this issue, we also introduce two brand-new series. The first of these brings you interesting information about British and American culture, starting with a snapshot of English around the world.
In the new MED Web Watch feature we'll present you with useful web resources for learning (about) English.
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