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American English and British English, at times, use different words to describe the same thing.  Are chips the same as crisps?

American English and British English, at times, use different words to describe the same thing. Are chips the same as crisps?

There are hundreds of mobile apps available for English language students. Photo by Chris Whittle, used with permission.

There are hundreds of mobile apps available for English language students. Photo by Chris Whittle, used with permission.

8 английских слов, которые часто путают #misused #english #words

8 английских слов, которые часто путают

8 английских слов, которые часто путают #misused #english #words

This EFL lesson is designed around a short video commissioned by OUP to promote their Q: Skills for Success series. In the lesson students talk about their reasons for learning English and what they want to do with English in the future. They also watch a short video and answer comprehension questions.

This EFL lesson is designed around a short video commissioned by OUP to promote their Q: Skills for Success series. In the lesson students talk about their reasons for learning English and what they want to do with English in the future. They also watch a short video and answer comprehension questions.

English is FUNtastic: Likes and dislikes - food: video & several interactive exercises

English is FUNtastic: Likes and dislikes - food: video & several interactive exercises

Virgin America Safety Video #VXsafetydance This is really an amazing engaging safety video. First time I have looked at an entire in-flight safety video.

Virgin America Safety Video #VXsafetydance This is really an amazing engaging safety video. First time I have looked at an entire in-flight safety video.

1. 15 seconds—the amount of time you have to make a positive first impression on your audience. 2. 5 minutes—the average audience attention span. 3. 10%—Get to the point! The percentage of your speech dedicated to your introduction. 4. 12 words—the maximum number of words that should be projected on your screen at a time. 5. 100% of your audience will appreciate your speech ending on time

1. 15 seconds—the amount of time you have to make a positive first impression on your audience. 2. 5 minutes—the average audience attention span. 3. 10%—Get to the point! The percentage of your speech dedicated to your introduction. 4. 12 words—the maximum number of words that should be projected on your screen at a time. 5. 100% of your audience will appreciate your speech ending on time

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