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Awks – Oxford Learner’s Dictionaries Blog

Awks – Oxford Learner’s Dictionaries Blog  You know the situation when you and a friend are talking about someone, and that person overhears you? In the past, you might have described this situation as ‘awkward’, but now you can describe … Continue reading

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Fangirls and fandom – Oxford Learner’s Dictionaries Blog

Fangirls and fandom – Oxford Learner’s Dictionaries Blog  Have you ever found yourself ‘fangirling’ over a celebrity? Which ‘fandoms’ do you belong to? Do you ‘ship’ any characters in your favourite TV show? If the above questions have left you … Continue reading

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Languages change all the time – Oxford Learner’s Dictionaries Blog (Dec 07, 2016)

Languages change all the time – Oxford Learner’s Dictionaries Blog (Dec 07, 2016) If you have studied the English language at school, college or university you will know that it has changed since its beginnings to the present time. For further reading, … Continue reading

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Hygge | Word of the Month – Oxford Learner’s Dictionaries Blog (Nov 29, 2016)

Hygge | Word of the Month  – Oxford Learner’s Dictionaries Blog (Nov 29, 2016) People around the world have long benefited from what Denmark has to offer those who live outside its borders. For further reading, visit “Oxford Learner’s Dictionaries Blog”. … Continue reading

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Listicle – Oxford Learner’s Dictionaries Blog (Oct 10, 2016)

Listicle It’s difficult to go on any social media site without quickly coming across a link to a list of “mind-blowing facts”, “reasons why…” or “mistakes you might be making”. This increasingly popular form of online content has become known … Continue reading

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