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A boomerang is not just for Christmas, it’s for life!

Why do we celebrate Christmas Day on 25th December? In the 3rd century, the Roman Empire, which at the time had not adopted Christianity, celebrated the rebirth of the Unconquered Sun (Sol Invictus) on December 25th. ... The church in Rome began formally celebrating...

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In for a penny, in for a pound

Business English word of the Week  Geschäftsenglisch "Friday Dress Down Day" usually happens once a month in some companies, where you are required to actually come to work in jeans and a T-shirt! However, not ripped jeans or t-shirts with 'Megadeath' logos on them...

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Guy Fawkes Night

Also known as 'The Gunpowder (Schwarzpulver) Plot', or 'Firework night'. George Cruikshank's illustration of Guy Fawkes, published in William Harrison Ainsworth's 1840 novel Guy Fawkes. Other names: Guido Fawkes, John Johnson. Gunpowder Plot, a conspiracy...

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The Bees Knees

Some idioms and special words "Bob’s your Uncle" – there you have it or there it is. ("and Fanny's your Aunt"). "Cool as a cucumber" - calm and composed. James Bond is always as cool as a cucumber. The British are always as cool as a cucumber, but some other countries...

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Pronunciation Problems

Pronunciation Vegetable Sample sentence: "I like eating vegetables and I like eating meat. Anyone who does not like eating meat is a 'Meat Head' which is American slang. Comfortable Sample sentence: "I feel comfortable when I am wearing loose trousers and not tight...

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Special days of the year: Halloween All Saints Day

  Halloween The history of Halloween goes all the way back to a pagan festival called Samhain. The word "Halloween" comes from All Hallows' Eve and means "hallowed evening." Hundreds of years ago, people dressed up as saints and went door-to-door, which is the...

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“You will just have to MAKE DO.”

  Do and Make grammar rules “You will just have to MAKE DO.” Make do is an idiom. Grammatically, it is a verb phrase, and it means to use what one has on hand or to persevere through non-ideal circumstances. For example, “We've lost a lot of supplies, but we'll...

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Many hands make light work

  Business English word of the Week  Geschäftsenglisch Branch The noun branch refers to the local office or shop of a company. Sample sentence: Our bank will be opening a new branch in Oberbobritzsch next month. Dress code The phrase dress code refers to a set of...

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sweet Fanny Adams

Translate the Text: Übersetzen Faten, Rico, Heike, Simone and Frank. das Zeug das Feuer das Fahrzeug das Feuerzeug der Flug das Flugzeug das Spiel das Spielzeug das Werkzeug Ich mag keine Feuerzeuge Mein Feuerzeug ist neu Die Frauen mögen die Werkzeuge Das ist mein...

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Better late than never

Business English word of the Week  Geschäftsenglisch Estimate The noun estimate refers to a general idea about the value, size or cost of something based on a rough calculation. Estimate can also be used as a verb, but the pronunciation is a bit different; click here...

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