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COLUMNS
Language Interference
False Friends and the Varieties of English

Are England and America really divided by the same language?

Focus on Language
Awareness

Introduction
Business English: Writing e-mails
UK version  US version

New word of the month
Mailbomb, virus, worm, Trojan horse, nastygram, mockingbird.
Find out what these words have in common.

Top Tips for the CD-ROM
Use SoundSearch to learn about homophones 

onestopenglish.com

 

Letters to the Editor

We are interested to hear from you with any comments or suggestions you may have. Here are a couple of emails we received from readers of the magazine:

'I teach English in Mexico. Since I am American and most of my students’ contacts are with Americans, I teach American usage. Therefore, it was useful to me to read the article on pragmatics in the American English version. … I think I’m going to like your magazine and believe it will be helpful to me and my students. Keep up the good work!'
Jim (Mexico)

'Congratulations! There is a lot of good material on the web but this really is special. What can I say, except thanks.'
Linda (Israel)

 

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