give someone a reason to be happy (jmds. Tag retten)
In December: formal language, post-office vocabulary, Christmas memories and more.
unlike any other (einzigartig)
"Is this scepticism or a conspiracy theory?" Owen Connors looks at the continuing debate over adding fluoride to drinking water.
In the podcast for 10 July 2014, listen to part of the column Britain Today. Is a trip to Disney World the ideal family holiday?
To the untrained ear, Australian, New Zealand and South African accents are rather similar. A New Zealand accent is easy to recognize, however, by its high pitch, unusual vowel sounds and the speaker's choice of expressions. Part 2 of our series.
Green Light is our booklet in easy English to help you refresh the basics. It's free inside every issue of Spotlight magazine. In June: types of meat, "how much" and "how many", wedding phrases.
Subtitled, synchronized or underwritten?
Green Light is our new booklet in easy English to help you refresh the basics. It's free inside every issue of Spotlight magazine. In March: names of vegetables, "was" and "were", a business memo.
(US youth slang) unusually and extremely good (der Oberhammer)
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