Taps: hot and cold, for beer or for something else?
Even an ordinary, everyday item like a tap can have its interesting points and help develop knowledge of the English language.
Choosing the right words: Lockdown, lock out, lock in, lock up
Lockdown is a word that we have heard a lot recently. Read on and learn the correct use of this and several phrasal verbs with lock.
English beer; best served cool, not warm or cold
Get comfortable and read a little about English beer, or ale as we like to say. Cheers!
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.