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Great news! The latest issue of Hot English (195) is out now! Learn over 1,000 useful words and expressions and improve your listening skills with Learn Hot English! This month: Learn 25 hairstyles in English. Plus, 10 useful words and expressions for talking about holiday nightmares, 24 useful travel expressions, idioms, phrasal verbs... plus: • Ecology – cycling cities. • Grammar – making requests. • Marketing – brand stretching. • Travel – Kensington, London. • Language – reading English. • Culture – post English people. • Education – the Bullingdon Club. • Politics – Cameron & Johnson. • TV – the A-Team. • Traditions – fox hunting. • Literature – Jeeves & Wooster. • Cuisine – avocado salad. • Accents – the posh accent. • Words – understatement. 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 1,000 useful words or expressions. Plus, you'll get a better job and pass English-language exams more easily. Guaranteed!

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Pre-Intermediate (CEF level: A2)
Hi, and welcome to another issue of Learn Hot English
The best cities in the world for cycling
THIS IS ANOTHER PART IN OUR SERIES ON FAMOUS NAMES WITH MEANING
Jokes, anecdotes and stories as told by native English speakers
Think of ways to describe the words above. See if
THIS IS ANOTHER PART IN OUR SECTION ON USEFUL VERBS AND EXPRESSIONS. THIS MONTH: HOLIDAY NIGHTMARES
WHAT COMES TO MIND WHEN YOU THINK OF ENGLAND? ANY OF THESE THINGS? CAN YOU NAME THEM? USE THE WORDS BELOW
IN THIS DIALOGUE, MEGAN AND DUNCAN ARE CLEANING UP AFTER
• I’m sorry but I’m a bit busy at the
THIS MONTH, WE’RE LOOKING AT SOME MORE QUESTION WORDS. THIS IS THE THIRD PART OF A MINI-SERIES ON QUESTION WORDS
IN THIS SECTION, DR FINGERS IDENTIFIES AND CORRECTS TYPICAL ERRORS
Nature versus air travel
Intermediate (CEF level: B1)
London’s poshest district
When companies take their products too far
THIS MONTH, HOW TO... LEARN ENGLISH BY READING
Can you think of anything to write in the speech
Life with a sports fan
Hugh Grant, David Cameron, Ralph Fiennes and the Queen are all very posh. But what exactly does it mean to be posh?
This famous photo shows David Cameron with his “hard-drinking” friends
He’s a famous Old Etonian. He went to Oxford University. And he’s awfully posh. David Cameron was the UK’s 52nd prime minister
GOT A PROBLEM? PERHAPS YOU NEED TO CALL THE A-TEAM! THEY’LL SORT IT OUT FOR YOU
If you’re travelling abroad this summer to an English speaking country, you’ll find these survival phrases really useful! [This is the second of a two-part series.]
How much do you remember about the useful travel expressions? See if you can do these two exercises
Upper Intermediate (CEF level: B2)
HAIRSTYLES COME IN ALL SHAPES AND SIZES. HAVE YOU HAD ANY OF THESE?
One of England’s most controversial “traditions”
The English gentleman, and the gentleman’s gentleman
It’s a big moment for bird lovers: for the first
HERE’S SOMETHING COOL AND FRESH FOR THE SUMMER
Alternative ways of living your life
Advanced (CEF level: C1)
Prince Harry and Prince William went there. David Cameron went there too. And so did 18 other prime ministers. Eton is one of England’s most famous schools
He’s been to Eton and Oxford University. He’s a friend of David Cameron’s. Boris Johnson is one of the UK’s most flamboyant politicians. He was the mayor of London from 2008 until 2016, and the Foreign Secretary from 2016 to 2018
HERE WE’VE GOT SOME EXAMPLES OF HOW TO SAY THINGS IN DIFFERENT SITUATIONS
OUR MONTHLY LOOK AT ENGLISH ACCENTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD IN BOTH ENGLISH-SPEAKING AND NONENGLISH-SPEAKING COUNTRIES. THIS MONTH: THE POSH ENGLISH ACCENT
HERE ARE SOME “BRIDGE” IDIOMS FOR YOU
Trying to get some help for a new business
A few easy ways to spend a lot of money... fast
HERE ARE SOME TYPICAL PHRASAL VERBS THAT REFER TO TALKING AND MAKING CONVERSATION. MORE NEXT MONTH. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE WORDS FROM BELOW
THIS MONTH’S EXPRESSION OF THE MONTH IS... UNDERSTATEMENT