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Great news! The latest issue of Hot English (207) is out now! Learn over 1,000 useful words and expressions and improve your listening skills with Learn Hot English! This month we’re looking at 10 movie quotes with the Present Perfect. Read over the quotes, then try our language exercises. Plus, 15 words for the bar or nightclub, 10 useful words for talking about the computer (part II), idioms, phrasal verbs... plus: • Jokes – jokes in English. • Language – unusual words. • Grammar – the future in the past. • Sport – the Tour de France. • Humour – annoying things. • Language – how to improve your English. • Wildlife – pandas. • Celebrities – Ashton Kutcher. • Nature – Bees. • Money – expensive gifts. • Literature – book series. • Business – disastrous demos. • Vocabulary – loan words. 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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Editor’s Letter
WHY ARE YOU LEARNING ENGLISH? TO GET A BETTER JOB,
Pre-Intermediate (CEF level: A2)
When there’s just no word for it
Jokes, anecdotes and stories as told by native English speakers
FAMOUS NAMES WITH MEANING
LEARN SOME USEFUL WORDS AND EXPRESSIONS TO TALK ABOUT... BARS AND NIGHCLUBS
LEARN SOME MORE USEFUL WORDS AND EXPRESSIONS TO TALK ABOUT COMPUTERS. THIS IS THE SECOND PART OF A TWO-PART SERIES
“YOU NEED TO BACK UP YOUR F ILES EVERY DAY
THIS MONTH WE’RE LOOKING AT WAYS OF GIVING AN OPINION
Trying to get what you want
THIS MONTH, WE’RE LOOKING AT THE FUTURE IN THE PAST
Intermediate (CEF level: B1)
The toughest race in the world
The things that really annoy us
Here’s the second part in our series on how to improve your English. Have fun with these ideas
Trying to get to the place you need to get to
Pandas are in danger. But why? And what’s being done to help them?
America’s hit comedy series
Charlie Sheen: the “bad boy” of Hollywood
An English aristocrat who was the original controversial celebrity
Hollywood’s innovator
Upper Intermediate (CEF level: B2)
Films can help you learn a language. They can improve
Check out our grammar explanation, and then try our Present Perfect exercises to perfect your language skills. This will help you form Present Perfect sentences quickly, easily and fluently
Nature’s best friend is having a few problems
Here are some more interesting things about bees
This month we’re looking at some more “loan words” – terms or expressions that have been borrowed from other languages
If you love someone, show them how much
Problems with online romances
HERE’S A QUICK AND EASY PASTA DISH TO MAKE, WHICH IS PERFECT FOR AN EVENING MEAL
Trying to get a bit of assistance
Advanced (CEF level: C1)
EXAMPLES OF HOW TO SAY THINGS IN DIFFERENT SITUATIONS
CAN YOU THINK OF ANYTHING TO WRITE IN THE SPEECH BUBBLES? HAVE A COMPETITION IN CLASS OR AT HOME
Here are some more “dream” idioms. This is the second part of a two-part series
Same characters, same settings, same storylines – the wonders of the book series
When things don’t go as planned
Here are some more phrasal verbs for you to use. Complete the sentences (1 to 8) with the words from below
THIS MONTH’S WORD OF THE MONTH IS “THE STREISAND EFFECT”