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Macmillan Dictionary Buzzword: slow

A lesson plan by Tim Bowen giving tips and suggestions for using the BuzzWord article on slow in class. Student worksheets include comprehension activities, vocabulary-building activities and a focus on dependent prepositions.

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  • Hi David,

    Thanks for your feedback. You haven't had a brain freeze. The Buzzword series has indeed ended and been replaced by a new Macmillan Dictionary series 'Language for...'

    This series focuses on high-frequency vocabulary which can be used in a functional context for common, everyday topics.

    The Buzzword archive is still live on the site and you can find it here:

    Best wishes,
    The onestopenglish team

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  • I don't know if I've had a brain-freeze, but has Buzzword been discontinued? I hope not, as I find it very useful and entertaining for my students. Please can you enlighten me as to its status?
    With Thanks
    David C

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