News Headlines,

  • English In Use 'No Place Like Gnome'

    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 - 'A Slice Of Heaven'

    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 - 'Aberdeenshire Business Owner Wins Presidential election'

    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.

    News Headlines Explained - US Election

  • English In Use - 'Blatt's All Folks'

    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 - 'Cold Paw'

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

  • English In Use - 'Dying To Meet You'

    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 - 'Flab-Tastic News'

    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 - 'Fox Pops Into Caffe Nero, Causes A Latte Problem'

    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 - 'He'll Be Back'

    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 - 'It's Wayne Crooney'

    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 - 'Pot Luck'

    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.

    Pot luck is a phrase used to describe something found by chance, so it was the perfect headline for a Daily Mail story about a group of friends in Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Cleveland, who were part of a pub syndicate that had won £1 million on the lottery, but had lost the ticket!  Don't worry, there is a happy ending:  The headline is "Pot Luck" because they found their long-lost winning ticket in a plant pot. 

  • English In Use - 'T-een Total'

    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 - 'Tortal Recrawl'

    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.

    'Total Recall' was the title of a hit 1990 sci-film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. The headline writers at The Sun cleverly converted to 'Tortal Recrawl' on a story about runaway tortoise Arnie who turned up at his family's old home in Middleton, Shropshire two years after disappearing!

  • English In Use - 'TV Chef Pays Staff Peanuts'

    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.

    Pay Peanuts

  • 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 - Break-in Bad

    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.

    Broccoli

     

  • 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