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Most popular new words of 2005

Teaching and Learning Resources , Literacy
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A fun list for Literacy and Language teachers and learners

Macmillan Publishing have released their list of the most popular new words of 2005. The words reflect changes

You can access a list of the words and their definitions on the Macmillan English Dictionary website (you may discover you’re a Whovian, ask your learners to write a fanfic or you may decide this is all just spim….).

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