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Collins Word of the Year 2018
'Single-use’, a term that describes items whose unchecked proliferation are blamed for damaging the environment and affecting the food chain, has been named Collins’ Word of the Year 2018.
Collins staff record pronunciation videos
Many staff at Collins took time out last year to record dictionary words. Find out how we went about it and watch some of our funniest moments!
13th edition of the Collins Dictionary out now!
Updated with all the very latest new words and senses, this new 13th edition is an unparalleled resource for word lovers, word gamers, and word geeks everywhere. #homeoflivingenglish
Some common 'eigh' words to learn
Cut through any confusion and learn how to pronounce common 'eigh' words in our latest playlist series.
When 'ch' sounds as 'k' words
Avoid common pitfalls by learning from our playlist containing the letters 'ch' which are pronounced as 'k' as in 'kitten'
When 'b' is silent...
Make sure you don't trip up in your spelling by leaving out that pesky 'b'. Watch our playlist to learn a few common words.
Pronunciation of ‘-ough’ words
Confused with 'cough', 'though', 'bough'? If there is any group of letters that underlines how tricky English pronunciation can be, it is the string ‘-ough’. Watch our playlist of how common words are spoken.
Looking at '-ough' words
In the first of our blog series of words that are tricky to spell, we look at '-ough' words and the different ways they can be pronounced.
Soft 'c' words
The letter 'c' can be pronounced both hard as in 'card' and soft as in 'celebrate'. Learn some soft 'c' words to make yourself a pronunciation winner!
The 'ph' sound
The letters 'p' and 'h' combined give the 'f' sound - these words often come from Ancient Greek. Listen to words from our playlist!
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