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Thursday, 21 December 2017

Use the correct grammar

Are you on the verge of cracking up?

Are you in love with someone?

Are people taking you for granted?

Are you at odds with everyone?

Saturday, 16 December 2017

Morning rush hour on Westminster Bridge


I wonder how many people have seen and took a photograph of this famous landmark in London?


Monday, 11 December 2017

Are you Under the Weather?

How many of these phrasal verbs can you use?  Do you know some more interesting expressions?
For Example:
I am stressed out.
I feel over the moon.
Has the cat got your tongue?

Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Learning a new language

Which language is easier to learn Japanese, Mandarin or Arabic?

According to the Foreign Service Institute, Japanese is the most difficult language for a native English speaker to learn. This ranking takes into account not only the language itself but also the cultural aspect that comes with learning any language, so it is perhaps no surprise the most difficult language would come from a culture that is also notoriously difficult for Westerners to adjust to. Grammatically speaking, Japanese couldn’t be more different from English; it belongs to its own language family, Japonic or Japanese-Ryukyuan, so the vocabulary wouldn’t be familiar except for the occasional loan-word here and there; and instead of an alphabet, the Japanese writing system consists of characters adopted from Chinese plus two different syllabaries. If you meet a native English speaker who learned Japanese to any degree of proficiency, give him or her a pat on the back.


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