Word of the day: pardon

I started teaching English as a Foreign Language back in 1993, and over the years I've learned lots of things from the thousands of students I've been lucky enough to meet. Perhaps the most important thing I've learned is that…

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Word of the day: pivot

There's an ancient Greek myth about a king called Sisyphus, who committed a terrible crime against the gods and was condemned to an eternity of hard labour! He was forced to spend each and every day carrying a huge boulder…

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Word of the day: pop

One of the best things about adopting a more lexical view of language is that you start to appreciate more clearly how words interact with other words, and you are then able to start passing on to students the message…

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