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Shakespeare: Romeo & Juliet

What do teenagers find so compelling about Romeo and Juliet? British actor Jade Anouka explains what British teenagers taught her about playing Juliet.


What are these activities called?


Are you a football fan? Try this game to see how many football words you know in English. Can you beat the goalkeeper? Good luck!

You're hired

Watch Daniel and Sarah make their presentations to see who can impress Philip and Marcia the most.

Unit 8: Proofreading

Spelling errors make a poor impression! Learn about some common mistakes to avoid.


It might be better to express a negative opinion if that gives you more to say.


Your Comments

19 February, 2017 - 08:02
Hello Ebi Soleymani, 'Screw it' here is a mild expletive, meaning something like 'don't thing about it' or 'don't hesitate'. It's used for effect because it rhymes with 'do it'.   Best wishes,...
19 February, 2017 - 08:02
Hello GAGAN JEET SINGH WALIA, The meaning of the sentence is I haven't seen you for a long time.   Best wishes, Peter The LearnEnglish Team
19 February, 2017 - 08:02
Hello Walid baidas, An adjective phrase can include two adjectives. It can also include adjectives separated by other words. For example: The house is large but stll comfortable. In this...