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New Words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Jun 26, 2017)

New Words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Jun 26, 2017) asperitas dark sunshine red geyser To know the definition and other details of these new words , visit About words, a blog from Cambridge Dictionary. Blog post written by: Cambridge Words … Continue reading

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It’s kicking off! (Phrasal verbs for starting things) – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Jun 21, 2017)

It’s kicking off! (Phrasal verbs for starting things) – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Jun 21, 2017) This week we’re looking at the many phrasal verbs that are used to refer to things starting. Let’s begin with the verb ‘start’ … Continue reading

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New Words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Jun 19, 2017)

New Words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Jun 19, 2017) F rating the Paula principle sologamy To know the definition and other details of these new words , visit About words, a blog from Cambridge Dictionary. Blog post written by: Cambridge … Continue reading

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I was completely baffled. (Words meaning ‘confused’) – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Jun 14, 2017)

I was completely baffled. (Words meaning ‘confused’) – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Jun 14, 2017) From time to time, we all find ourselves unable to understand things, whether it’s instructions for a piece of equipment that confuse us, an … Continue reading

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New Words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Jun 12, 2017)

New Words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Jun 12, 2017) ambient tea golden milk mindful drinking To know the definition and other details of these new words , visit About words, a blog from Cambridge Dictionary. Blog post written by: Cambridge … Continue reading

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I messed up! (Phrasal verbs for problems) – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Apr 19, 2017)

I messed up! (Phrasal verbs for problems) – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Apr 19, 2017) Last month we focused on words and phrases that are used to describe problems and difficult situations. This week we’re looking specifically at phrasal … Continue reading

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New Words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Apr 17, 2017)

New Words – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Apr 17, 2017) Calexit catio twodio To know the definition and other details of these new words , visit About words, a blog from Cambridge Dictionary. Blog post written by: Cambridge Words This preview … Continue reading

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Accept or except? Affect or effect? Spelling words that sound similar – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Apr 12, 2017)

Accept or except? Affect or effect? Spelling words that sound similar – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Apr 12, 2017) A reader of one of my recent posts asked for an explanation of the difference between aught and ought. Aught … Continue reading

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Phrasal verbs with more than one meaning – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Mar 15, 2017)

Phrasal verbs with more than one meaning – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Mar 15, 2017) Phrasal verbs are often difficult to learn because they tend to be formed from fairly common verbs and particles. To make matters worse, many … Continue reading

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All, both, and everyone: How to use pronouns (2) – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Mar 01, 2017)

All, both, and everyone: How to use pronouns (2) – Cambridge Dictionary About words blog (Mar 01, 2017) In my last post I looked mainly at personal pronouns such as he, them and yours. This post looks at some other common pronouns … Continue reading

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