Latest News for: Oxford vocabulary


A tale as old as time: Reading with your child creates a lifelong love of learning

Vail Daily 15 Jun 2024
They delight in discovering the patterns of rhyme and song and are exposed to rich vocabulary through story. A University of Oxford study found that children’s books contain far more lexically ...

Individual, National, General – Obscuring Poverty in Post-Pandemic Japan

GlobalResearch 05 Jun 2024
A Vocabulary of Culture and Society, in which he took key terms relating to politics, the economy, and ... Oxford University Press ... A Vocabulary of Culture and Society. Oxford. Oxford University Press.

Hunger, homelessness and gang grooming: just a normal week at one London academy

AOL 03 Apr 2024
Really worrying’. social problems driving rise in home schooling in UK. “It’s the biggest story, mark my words ... All 72 classes are named after global universities, so Stanford, Princeton, Oxford and Cambridge are part of pupils’ vocabulary ... .

How Oxford’s attempts to drag itself into the 21st century have backfired

AOL 26 Mar 2024
With its centuries-old customs and peculiar vocabulary, the University of Oxford can seem to outsiders like a bastion of tradition ... But Oxford’s apparent attempts to drag itself into the 21st century appear to have backfired.

Oxford University Press unveils bilingual Assamese and Bengali dictionaries

Financial Express 22 Feb 2024
Oxford University Press (OUP), part of the University of Oxford, has introduced two significant dictionaries catering to linguistic diversity in India ... Moreover, the Oxford Mini English-Bengali ...

Witerati: New Year Resolves, se-rizz-ly!

Hindustan Times 14 Jan 2024
Credit it on vocabulary builders like Oxford Dictionary which comes out with its Shortlist for Word of the Year ... the Oxford Dictionary shortlisted favourite “Deinfluencing” into our daily vocabulary.

Lockdowns caused four in 10 pupils to fall behind in their vocabulary development, report suggests

The Daily Mail 12 Dec 2023
Four in ten pupils have fallen behind in vocabulary development due to lockdowns, a report suggests ... Meanwhile, 95 per cent believe that school closures and disruptions during the pandemic contributed to a widening vocabulary gap ... Oxford University.

Vocabulary made easy: Learn a new word today to ace your exams

Hindustan Times 20 Oct 2023
Are you preparing for GRE, IELTS, TOEFL and other competitive exams? Candidates attempting competitive exams are expected to have knowledge of a wide range of vocabulary as it would help them maximise their verbal and communication scores.

K-pop seeks to broaden its global reach

China Daily 19 Sep 2023
Genre faces challenge of becoming accepted by other cultures.  ... Later, the term "K-pop" was included in the vocabulary list of the Oxford English Dictionary ... K-pop then spread to other East Asian countries until the mid-2010s ... 1/4 Next.

Most Viewed

File - In this photo released by the Taiwan Ministry of National Defense, Chinese vessels are seen near Taiwan on Thursday, May 23, 2024. Taiwan tracked dozens of Chinese warplanes and navy vessels off its coast Friday on the second day of a large exercise China's People's Liberation Army held in response to the inauguration of the island's new leadership.
AP / Taiwan Ministry of National Defense via AP
Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks as he meets with Russian servicemen at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, Tuesday, June 27, 2023
AP / Mikhail Tereshchenko, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP
Nikita Belykh
Creative Commons / Пресс-служба Президента России
Jean-Marie Le Pen at National Front meeting, Paris, France
Creative Commons / Kenji-Baptiste OIKAWA
Russian President Vladimir Putin, center, and Vietnamese President To Lam inspect an honour guard during an official welcome ceremony at the Presidential Palace, in Hanoi, Thursday, June 20, 2024.
AP / Gavriil Grigorov, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP