Three sections from the January magazine for our Premium users: avoiding common mistakes; controversial pizza marketing; the latest films, apps and podcasts.
Mike Pilewski describes one of the biggest trends of recent years which has largely gone unnoticed.
English for travellers
HISTORY: Who shot JFK?
This month on Spotlight Audio: Romantic London, building your vocabulary, eating in a restaurant, Irish sports and more.
Read all about ten-year-old Martha Payne's food blog and then practise the vocabulary from the text in our latest exercise.
(US) try to keep people's attention by doing something atypical or absurd (den kreativen Höhepunkt überschritten haben)
Four sections from the August magazine for our Premium users: the story of Kettle Chips; dialogues on having a baby; our pub dialogue and tips for improving your listening skills.
Green Light is our new booklet in easy English to help you refresh the basics. It's free inside every issue of Spotlight magazine. In August: using possessive pronouns, talking about temperatures, selling items online.
Try our translation exercise on words for summer fruits. Can you match the English vocabulary to the
corresponding words in German?
It's the season for apricots, berries and cherries. Anna Hochsieder presents words you can use to talk about summer fruits. The first page is available free to Premium users.
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