Die, Death, Dead, and Deadly in English

Written by Meryem Kennedy

Meryem has worked with students of all ages from all over the world. As a teacher for over 25 years, she has taught at high schools, universities, colleges, and language institutions, in addition to private tutoring. Her education includes three university degrees: English Teaching, Applied Linguistics, and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).

have a Halloween treat for you.

Does learning English scare you… to death? If your answer is yes, then join me as I show the different parts of speech related to “die”: die, death, dead, and deadly.

I made a video years ago and thought it would be fun to reintroduce it for this Halloween.

So, hang on tight and get ready to be terrified while you watch this creepy video about death.

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