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The latest issue of Hot English (183 – the August issue) is out now! Learn over 300 useful words and expressions and improve your listening skills with Learn Hot English! This month: How to form questions with prepositions! Learn how to make questions with verbs + prepositions by placing the preposition at the end. Plus, 12 useful words for talking about camping, 10 useful words for talking about the city, 12 useful words for meeting and greeting someone, “street” idioms, “clothing” phrasal verbs... plus: • Entertainment – the use of animals! • Quiz – how moody are you? • TV – teen series. • US culture – freaks and geeks. • Grammar – confusing words. • Film scripts – The Wizard of Oz. • Relationships – how to hold a drink. • Festivals – Glastonbury. • Medicine – basic anatomy. • Food – avocado wrap. • Music – Bruce Springsteen. • Language – spelling. • Literature – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. • Sport – cheating in sports. • Slang – learn some useful slang terms! AND LOTS, LOTS MORE! By reading and listening to all this great content, you'll improve your English reading and listening skills and learn up to 300 useful words or expressions. Plus, you'll get a better job and pass English-language exams more easily. Guaranteed!

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Editor’s Letter
Why are you learning English? To get a better job,
Pre-Intermediate (CEF level: A2)
Match the circus acts/animals (1 to 7) to the photos
THIS IS ANOTHER PART IN OUR SERIES OF FAMOUS NAMES WITH MEANING. MORE NEXT MONTH
Jokes, anecdotes and stories as told by native English speakers
HOW MOODY ARE YOU? ARE YOU SIMILAR TO A SULKY
THIS IS ANOTHER PART IN OUR SECTION ON USEFUL VOCABULARY
THIS IS ANOTHER PART IN OUR SECTION ON USEFUL VERBS AND EXPRESSIONS
WHAT DO YOU REMEMBER ABOUT YOUR TEEN YEARS? PERHAPS THESE TV SERIES REVIEWS WILL BRING BACK A FEW MEMORIES
• The best way to get to the centre from
Useful language for successful communication
What do you think of when you hear the term
IN THIS SECTION, DR FINGERS IDENTIFIES AND CORRECTS TYPICAL ERRORS
An argument between a parent and a teenager
THIS MONTH, WE’RE LOOKING AT MORE EASILY-CONFUSED WORDS
Intermediate (CEF level: B1)
Try to figure out the definitions for each bolded word
How do you hold a drink at a party? Do
Glastonbury music festival: a survival guide
What we know and don’t know about the human body
MATCH THE WORDS (1 TO 10) TO THE PHOTOS (
THIS IS ANOTHER PART IN OUR MINI-SERIES ON STRANGE FACTS. WHOEVER THOUGHT THE WORLD WAS SO EXTRAORDINARY?
I would be delighted to help. You’re right, “hear” and
First, mix the dressing and the cream cheese. Then, spread
The life and times of rock star Bruce Springsteen
In very formal English, you might see the preposition at
Upper Intermediate (CEF level: B2)
MATCH EACH JOKE BEGINNING (1 TO 8) WITH ITS ENDING (A-H). THEN, LISTEN TO CHECK YOUR ANSWERS
An expert gives us more information about mood swings
Who was Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - the man who introduced the world to detective Sherlock Holmes? And what was he really like?
HERE ARE SOME MORE USEFUL AND INTERESTING EXPRESSIONS FOR YOU TO LEARN. THIS MONTH, FEELINGS AND MOODS
“My first thought was, ‘It’s a lunatic ninja coming through
Advanced (CEF level: C1)
HERE WE’VE GOT SOME EXAMPLES OF HOW TO SAY THINGS IN DIFFERENT SITUATIONS
The joys of camping
THIS MONTH, WE ARE LOOKING AT SOME “STREET” IDIOMS
The rise of the professional cheat
THIS MONTH, WE’VE GOT SOME PHRASAL VERBS ABOUT CLOTHING. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE WORDS BELOW
Want to impress your friends with some new expressions in English? Check out these two and try to use them in conversation before the end of the month