There are many famous British pairings – Wallace and Gromit, footy and beer, Ant and Dec and of course fish and …….? You said it! Chips.
Wpisy z tagiem: UK culture
British Summer Traditions
Every country has its customs which are unique to the summer season. Americans send their kids off to summer camps and get 2-litre Slurpees, while Canadians go fishing with a 24 of beer. The Brits are not alone in the … Czytaj dalej
Differentiation in the classroom
We all know that a one-size-fits-all approach towards a language lesson isn’t what our students expect. And they’re right. Each person contributes to lessons in a different way by sharing their knowledge, experiences and motivation. We should observe our learners … Czytaj dalej
Two to two too 2:2 – Homophones
Candles – Homonyms
5 Must-See Films About Teachers and Students
There have been many films which portray the different types of teachers we encounter on our educational journeys. Some are strict disciplinarians, some are cool and laid-back. We have seen kind teachers with a deep passion for their craft and … Czytaj dalej
Put on your bow and bow to the king – Homographs
Idiom: in the loop
Meaning: to be kept updated about an ongoing issue and included in conversations about it.
5 Hot New Expressions Made Famous by the Internet!
The Internet has been responsible for many new inductions to the Oxford English Dictionary (OED). The new technology has brought us all kinds of new words and expressions from ‘tweet’ and ‘unfriend’ to verbs like ‘to DM someone’ or ‘ … Czytaj dalej
Idiom: to be ‘scratching the surface’
Meaning: To be just beginning to find out more about a particular subject. To be only looking at something (initially) in a superficial way.