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Word of the Day: spooky
Have a scream this Halloween with our selection of topical resources, including our brand new spooky idioms infographic. Also, don't miss an extra-special offer from our Macmillan eBookstore.
Join us @MacmillanELT for a #trickortweet special: pick your brain over our Halloween grammar puzzles and solve our Twitter teasers in the lead-up to the 31st of October.
We also have a range of Halloween resources available on our Onestopenglish site, check them out!
Listen up! Until 31st October, you can download the audio book version of Owl Hall – absolutely FREE!
This ELTon-nominated, modern-day mystery tells the story of Kara and her family holiday to a curious old farmhouse, Owl Hall. As the story unfolds, readers (and listeners!) are encouraged to join the adventure on the Owl Hall website, where they can read and comment on Kara’s blog.
Reading or listening to Owl Hall is a unique and interactive experience; download the audio book and try it out now!
Halloween is coming, so now is the perfect time to sink your teeth into a good Mystery or Horror eBook!
From Dracula to Dorian Gray, there’s a monster selection of creepy classics to discover on the Macmillan eBook store…if you dare!
Have a Happy Halloween with this spooky selection of activities and games from Story Central:
Level 1: Spot the spiders, count the cats and play a game!Level 3: Practise the present simple, comprehension and telling stories.Level 5: Take the Halloween quiz and practise the past tense.
Are you a scaredy-cat? Do you have any skeletons in your closet? Learn all about spooky idioms and phrases with our Halloween-themed infographic.
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