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FEATURE
Cutting a long word short —
Creating new words in English

COLUMNS
Language Interference
False Friends between
French and English
Parlez-vous Franglais?

Focus on Language
Awareness

Introduction
Academic Writing:
Writing an Essay —
Editing your writing

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New word of the month
Read about new idiomatic phrases

Top Tips for the CD-ROMs
Using SoundSearch for
intensive listening practice

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