In this English speaking lesson we discuss a contemporary English word used to describe a rather brutal ending to a relationship.

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The corpus of words used in modern everyday English changes all the time. We rediscover old words, or someone makes new words up to describe new scenarios or problems or products faced in the UK today.

Well, if you use online services to arrange dates and meet new people, you might be familiar with this new word. Have you ever been “Ghosted?” or have you “Ghosted someone?“ we hope not!

Have you heard it before and don’t know what it means? Or are you interested in using it properly in your English conversation? Great news! Today we talk all about the new phenomena of “Ghosting” in the UK.


A photograph of a happy couple having a coffee together. Used as an article image for the article

A photograph of a happy couple having a coffee together. Used as an article image for the article “English Speaking Lessons: Have You Ever Been Ghosted Article Image”

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