Have you found any useful articles, exercises, or advice this week about learning English? We have! Here are our five favorites for the week.

Are Emojis Language?

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Are emojis just pictures? Or are they actually a form of language? This post explores both sides of the issue.

Trump employee apologizes for plagiarizing Michelle Obama speech

This week, a common word from our writing classes was all over the news: Plagiarism. Learn more about the controversial speech while you practice reading and vocabulary skills.

Is It Possible to Form Good Study Habits with an App?

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There are many smartphone apps to help you develop new habits. This teacher shares some ideas about how to use apps to improve your English study habits.

Quiz: Twitter acronyms

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image via Oxford Dictionaries

Test your knowledge of common English acronyms (abbreviations made from the first letter of each word in a phrase) from Twitter and other social media.

Article Use in English Quiz

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You may remember our two-part series on a, an, and the (part 1; part 2). Now check your ability to use articles correctly.

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