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Macmillan Dictionary Love English Awards 2014

Macmillan Dictionary Love English Awards 2014

Nominations are now open!

Is there a website, blog or Facebook page that you regularly read to satisfy your curiosity about English? Where do you go for your English language resources?

Here is your chance to nominate your favourite online English language hub in the Macmillan Dictionary Love English Awards 2014!

When?

Now! You can nominate a blog, website or Facebook page until midnight (GMT) 15 December 2014.


NOMINATE NOW

Voting starts on 13 January 2015 and ends on 9 February 2015. The winners will be announced on this page on 17 February 2015.

Is there anything new this year?

Yes! The fourth edition of the annual Love English Awards introduces a new category: Best Facebook page about the English language.

What can be won?

The winning entry in each category will win £100 in Amazon.co.uk vouchers. All winners and runners-up will also receive a Macmillan Dictionary Love English Awards badge for their blog/website/Facebook page.

Out of all people who nominate a blog, website or Facebook page, we will randomly select three lucky winners who can choose to receive as a prize either five eBooks from the Macmillan Education eBook store or a one-year subscription to onestopenglish, the number one website for English language teachers.

Things you need to know about the competition

The annual Love English Awards, hosted by Macmillan Dictionary, is a public voting contest where readers can nominate and cast their vote for their favourite website/blog/Facebook about the English language. It is a yearly event that is held from November to February.

Which websites/blogs/Facebook pages can be nominated?

The awards are designed to support websites/blogs/Facebook pages that are 'English language gems' where people go to learn more about English. They can be hosted in any language, as long as their main subject is the English language. They can be:

  • educational sites
  • teachers' blogs
  • resource sites
  • websites/blogs about words
  • inspirational/fun Facebook pages
  • or any other blog/website/Facebook page that encourages you to learn more about English!

Share your love and appreciation for your favourite blog/website/Facebook page and make sure that your favourite is nominated for the Love English Awards.

How does it work?

Our Love English Awards competition consists of several stages:

  • Stage 1 – Nominations: members of the public are asked to nominate their favourite English language blog/website/Facebook page.
    Timeframe: 4 November 2014–15 December 2014
  • Stage 2 – Nominees: Macmillan Dictionary will aim to contact all nominated candidates, asking them to confirm that they are happy to appear in the nominations list. They will also get the opportunity to download nomination badges.
    Timeframe: 16 December 2014–5 January 2015
  • Stage 3 – Voting: members of the public are invited to vote for their favourite nominated blog/website/Facebook page.
    Timeframe: 13 January 2015–9 February 2015
  • Stage 4 – Winners: the blog, website and Facebook page with the most votes wins the competition in each category. There are also two runners-up per category.
    Winners announced on: 17 February 2015

Terms & conditions

We recommend that you read the full Terms and Conditions before you take part in the competition.

2013 winners

Best Website category:

  • Winner: English Experts
  • Runners-up: 5 Perc Angol (5-Minute English) | ESL printables

Best Blog category:

  • Winner: Luke's ENGLISH Podcast
  • Runners-up: Worldwide School Blog | English with a Twist

Winner of the Nexus 7:

Macmillan Dictionary Love English Awards

We promised to give away a Nexus 7 tablet to one lucky person who nominated their favourite blog or website.

The lucky winner was:

Akramov Shuhrat from Uzbekistan

2012 winners

Best Website category:

  • Winner: 5 Perc Angol (5-Minute English)
  • Runners-up: ESLprintables | VOA learning English

Best Blog category:

  • Winner: Luke's English Blog
  • Runners-up: Worldwide School Blog | Close your books

2011 winners

Best Website category:

  • Winner: Wordsmith
  • Runners-up: English Club | World Wide Words

Best Blog category:

  • Winner: Luke's English Podcast
  • Runners-up: Film English | ESL Pod