English in the News,

  • English In Use - 'Banger Out Of Order'

    A selection of headlines from stories in the news. They use English in a way that you might think is intended to confuse but it's all perfectly clear to the native speaker.

  • English In Use - 'Fifty Shades Of Beige'

    A selection of headlines from stories in the news. They use English in a way that you might think is intended to confuse but it's all perfectly clear to the native speaker.

  • English In Use - 'School Din-Heir'

    A selection of headlines from stories in the news. They use English in a way that you might think is intended to confuse but it's all perfectly clear to the native speaker.

  • English In Use - Apple Crumbles

    A selection of headlines from stories in the news. They use English in a way that you might think is intended to confuse but it's all perfectly clear to the native speaker.

  • English In Use - Broc of Gold

     A selection of headlines from stories in the news. They use English in a way that you might think is intended to confuse but it's all perfectly clear to the native speaker.

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  • English In Use - Chemical Cosh

    Phrases from stories in the news. They use English in a way that you might think is intended to confuse but it's usually perfectly clear to the native speaker.

  • English In Use - Crooking With Gas

    Phrases from stories in the news. They use English in a way that you might think is intended to confuse but it's usually perfectly clear to the native speaker.

    News Headline - Crooking with Gas

  • English In Use - Eggs and Pains

    A selection of headlines from stories in the news. They use English in a way that you might think is intended to confuse but it's all perfectly clear to the native speaker.

  • English In Use - End of the Peer

    A selection of headlines from stories in the news. They use English in a way that you might think is intended to confuse but it's all perfectly clear to the native speaker.

  • English In Use - Four by Paw

     A selection of headlines from stories in the news. Newspapers often use English in a way that you might think is intended to confuse but it's all perfectly clear to the native speaker.

  • English In Use - In the Widdle Lane

    A selection of headlines from stories in the news. They use English in a way that you might think is intended to confuse but it's all perfectly clear to the native speaker.

  • English In Use - Mars Barred

    A selection of headlines from stories in the news. They use English in a way that you might think is intended to confuse but it's all perfectly clear to the native speaker.

  • English In Use - Mortar Worry About

    A selection of headlines from stories in the news. They use English in a way that you might think is intended to confuse but it's all perfectly clear to the native speaker.

  • English In Use - Must Try Harder

    A selection of headlines from stories in the news. They use English in a way that you might think is intended to confuse but it's all perfectly clear to the native speaker.

  • English In Use - Pawtergate

    A selection of headlines from stories in the news. They use English in a way that you might think is intended to confuse but it's all perfectly clear to the native speaker.

  • English In Use - Pomicide

    A selection of headlines from stories in the news. They use English in a way that you might think is intended to confuse but it's all perfectly clear to the native speaker.

  • English In Use - Rot Tub

    A selection of headlines from stories in the news. They use English in a way that you might think is intended to confuse but it's all perfectly clear to the native speaker.

  • English In Use - Splatellite

    A selection of headlines from stories in the news. They use English in a way that you might think is intended to confuse but it's all perfectly clear to the native speaker.

  • English In Use - Stewdent Union

     A selection of headlines from stories in the news. Newspapers often use English in a way that you might think is intended to confuse but it's all perfectly clear to the native speaker.

     

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  • English In Use - Students Bandit

    A selection of headlines from stories in the news. They use English in a way that you might think is intended to confuse but it's all perfectly clear to the native speaker.

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