Inez Sharp describes the contents in the November 2015 issue of Spotlight magazine.
"In Britain, all the children have trainers": Mike Pilewski looks at words that mean different things in British and American English.
Prepositions are tricky, but they're part of what makes the English language fascinating and fun, writes Joanna Westcombe.
Expand your students' vocabulary by introducing them to matching words and phrases.
Writing a story is a good way to remember words. Read the short story Joanna Westcombe has written around the vocabulary in the November Word Builder section of the magazine.
English for travellers
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This month on Spotlight Audio: Romantic London, building your vocabulary, eating in a restaurant, Irish sports and more.
"So far I've learned the French words for 56 different vegetables," writes Dagmar Taylor.
Dagmar Taylor asks: "Is something wrong with my French pronunciation?"
Dagmar Taylor: "Working with my daughter was interesting. She has standards!"
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