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Halloween in Quarantine: 5 FUN ways how to practice English.

This Halloween might be the spookiest of all: no trick or treating, no costume parties with friends and on top of that, there will be a full moon… Sounds boring? We’ve got you covered! We’ve compiled a list of 5 Halloween activities that will not only make this holiday spooky but will also help you improve your English. Have fun and stay safe!

1. Learn spooky idioms and expressions

Idioms and fancy expressions come in handy for every English language learner. For this Halloween we’ve prepared a list of idioms and expressions that will haunt your dreams!
Study 11 spooky idioms and expressions on Quizlet!

2. Watch Halloween movies (in English!)

There’s no doubt that watching movies can boost your English – from improved vocabulary and pronunciation, to overall fluency! Pick your perfect Halloween movie from one of our lists:
Family friendly Halloween movies list
Scary Halloween movies list

3. Cook a spooky meal

Have you ever baked some bloody witches’ fingers or cooked vampire’s punch? Halloween is a perfect time to try out craziest meal ideas and as a bonus, you get to practice food vocabulary! What spooky meal will you make this Halloween?

4. Write a short scary story

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Improve your writing skills and test your creativity by writing a short scary story. Werewolves, zombies, vampires, haunted houses and more… What’s your theme? You can even publish it or get some inspiration from this subreddit.

5. Listen to a spooky podcast

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Practice listening with these bone-chilling podcasts:

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