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#SOSMonday – 🏮 Let There Be Light! 🕯

Different festivals of fire and light take place at this time of year. There was Diwali on 14th November It’s ‘St. Lucy’s Day in Sweden on 13th December: And 21st December sees the seaside town of Brighton host the ‘Burning of the Clocks’ festival: With these illuminating celebrations in mind, we thought we’d share some…

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#SOSMonday – The Next Episode

What TV show are you watching at the moment? Are you hooked? Can’t wait for the next episode? Let’s look at some phrases to help you describe a TV series. It’s called… 🎟 It’s a …. show (genre) 📺 It’s about… 🛤 The main character is… 🦸🏼‍♂️ _ (actor) plays ___ (role) 🕴 It’s set……

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#SOSMonday – Happy Hallo!ween!

This blog is a repost from Garnet Education. Please find the original article here: https://www.garneteducation.com/top-10-halloween-idioms-and-expressions/. With Halloween lurking around the corner, here are some spooky idioms to get you in the spirit! DIG YOUR OWN GRAVE Meaning: to do something that will cause you harm or problems in the futureExample: Student 1: I think I’m going to…

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#SOSMonday – Fake News?

Netflix have just released a new documentary – The Social Dilemma – which explores the rise of social media and its damage on society. Amongst the issues dealt with is social media’s role in spreading conspiracy theories and fake news. So today we want to test you with a selection of news headlines. You have…

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#SOSMonday – A Sporting Chance

September is a great time of year to start learning a new sport! So let’s look at some sporting idioms we use in everyday English to help give you a head start. These will really help your conversations to get off on the right foot! idiomsport of origin meaning example sentence across the boardcards equal…