Meaning: To react angrily.
In today’s Britit blog post we will be telling you about the exciting competition ‘Famelab’. We’ll also introduce you to the winner of the Polish Famelab finals who will be representing Poland in the global finals this June.
Meaning: to go beyond what is usually required; make an extra effort.
Hi everyone! It’s May, which means the football season is coming to an end. It’s an exciting time for fans, as lots of big matches are played and trophies are won. But how many of these expressions about the beautiful … Czytaj dalej
Meaning: present an issue so that it appears much more problematic than it actually is Polish analogue: Robić z igły widły An example of use: I think you’re making a bit of a mountain out of a molehill. The problem isn’t … Czytaj dalej
This year Ramadan begins on the 27 May and continues until the 25 June. This sacred month in the Islamic calendar is when the Quran or Koran (the holy book of Islam) was revealed for the first time to Prophet Muhammad by … Czytaj dalej
Links between the UK and Poland both metaphorical and literal might over recent years have become closer than ever but in fact a cultural crossover has always existed. In today’s Britit post, I’m writing about some of my favourite historical … Czytaj dalej