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FEATURE
Languages at War
Find out how loan words are
changed in times of conflict

COLUMNS
Language Interference
Three words to watch out for:
actual, eventual and important

Focus on Language
Awareness

Introduction
Academic Writing:
Writing an Essay — Finding and referencing sources

UK version  US version

New word of the month
Food for thought

Read about new words
based on food

Top Tips for the CD-ROMs
Using SmartSearch for correcting learner errors

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