Why didn’t the skeleton go to the party?
Because he had no body to go with.

HAHAHA. HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
That was lame. Wait. I can do better.

Why didn’t the skeleton go on the roller coaster?
Because he had no guts!

Still bad?
Ok. Let me try again.

What do ghosts eat for dinner?
SPOOKETTI!!

Thank you, I’ll be here all week.

Whether you celebrate Halloween or not, here’s some nifty tricks and treats for you in English.

Find out how sounding like a baby can help you nail one of the most difficult sounds in English.

Learn how playing with animals  can help you remember which preposition to use.

If you’re in doubt on whether to say ‘much’ or ‘many’, just say ‘a lot of’ – that works for everything! (And the same is true if you’re confused about ‘a little’ or ‘a few’ – just say ‘not a lot of’ and you are good to go!

Here’s a treat for you – my free Telephone Skills PDF – so helpful if you use the phone at work!

If you think doing grammar exercises is a treat (and if so, I love you) here are some fun ones to try!

And, last but not least, if you want to increase your scary vocabulary, check out this video!

Don’t be scared of ghosts today when they come to call.
(Be scared of ghosts any other day, though.)

Whether you celebrate or not, have a lovely last Monday in October!

Oh, and just one more before I go (just call me Columbo, yo),

Why should you always hire a cannibal?
Because they have an impressive range of skulls.

Thank you. Stay fabulous!
XX buffi