Whilst some languages are thriving in today’s digital world, others are falling behind. Oxford Global Languages is a new initiative to support these digitally underrepresented languages and their communities. More about Community >
The Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary is founded on a passion for the English language, and a detailed understanding of how people learn English. First published in 1948, it introduced a ground-breaking approach—replacing complex dictionary definitions with simple, clear explanations tailored to the needs of language learners. More about Passion >
Extensive reading is recognised as one of the best methods of stimulating effective language learning. Read On! is an English language extensive reading project for schools in Italy, designed to support the development of language, literacy, and life skills. More about Improving language, literacy, and life skills >
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