Difficult words: recipe, receipt, prescription
Some English words are easily confused, read on to make sure you ask for a receipt and not a recipe when you buy something
Post boxes: A royal history
Antiquated they might be but post boxes also tell something of history
Phrasal verbs: Looking forward or looking for?
They say looks can be deceptive and that goes for the word look too. Combined with a preposition various phrasal verbs can be contructed, read on and learn something new.
Pie: A bitesize piece of a culinary treasure
Have your slice of the pie, be it sweet, savoury, or even mathematical.
Choosing the right words: Borrow, lend, rent and hire
Knowing when and how to use these common English words is crucial for smooth communcation. This article explains it clearly and concisely.
Tea time, let’s have a cuppa, or perhaps a bite to eat?
Is tea only drunk or is it also eaten? Read on and learn something new