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Letters to the Editor
Write to Us
Spread the Word
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Spreading the word:
Where does it all come from?

Your questions


Focus on Phrasal Verbs:
Learners and phrasal verbs

New word of the month
Go flirtberrying and become a LAT:
love and neologisms in
the noughties

A review of 2005 in twelve words

Corpora tips
Where to go if you would
like to find out more


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