"How do you find out where the talent is?": Colin Beaven shares his thoughts on today's pop stars. Premium users and magazine subscribers can listen to the text for free.
get out of control (außer Kontrolle geraten)
Get dreadlocks, grow a moustache (Schnurrbart), shave off their beards or shave their heads?
"What could 'Scottish week' at the bank mean?" Dagmar Taylor looks at the use of a popular stereotype.
A collection of quotations is a good source for producing classroom activities, writes Joanna Westcombe.
To the Canadian Cancer Society, September is Men's Cancer Health Awareness Month. With the help of a funny video, the society is encouraging men to practise good "nutiquette" — a word formed from "nuts" (testicles) and "etiquette".
Funny movements make for fun exercise. "I've taken up prancing, and I like it," writes Dagmar Taylor.
Read about the silliest sporting event of the year and then practise the vocabulary from the article.
The July magazine contains lots to smile, laugh, giggle and grin about in our feature on jokes and humour, writes Inez Sharp.
LAUGH AND LEARN
Learning English from jokes
10 REASONS WHY
Mick Jagger is a rock legend
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