TODAY'S WORD 23 FEBRUARY 2017 ENGLISH WORD: to supervise (v) DEUTSCH: betreuen, beaufsichtigen EXAMPLE: The professor supervises the student's work.
Monat: Februar 2017
TODAY'S WORD 23 FEBRUARY 2017 ENGLISH WORD: advantage (n) DEUTSCH: der Vorteil EXAMPLE: His knowledge of the English language is a significant advantage in his job search.
TODAY'S IDIOM 24 FEBRUARY 2017 ENGLISH IDIOM: to take someone under your wing EXAMPLE: When he was taken on, Sarah took him under her wing. GERMAN IDIOM: jemanden unter die Fittiche nehmen
BUSINESS WORD 23 FEBRUARY 2017 BUSINESS ENGLISCH: requirement (n) DEUTSCH: die Voraussetzung BEISPIEL: My sister has met all the requirements for the scholarship.
BUSINESS WORD 24 FEBRUARY 2017 BUSINESS ENGLISCH: achievement (n) DEUTSCH: der Erfolg BEISPIEL: You can be really proud of all your achievements so far.
TODAY'S IDIOM 23 FEBRUARY 2017 ENGLISH IDIOM: to pull a few strings EXAMPLE: I had to pull a few strings to get this assignment. GERMAN IDIOM: die Beziehungen spielen lassen
TODAY'S WORD 22 FEBRUARY 2017 ENGLISH WORD: profession (n) DEUTSCH: der Beruf EXAMPLE: Teaching is a profession that requires good people skills.
BUSINESS WORD 22 FEBRUARY 2017 BUSINESS ENGLISCH: reference (n) DEUTSCH: das Dienstzeugnis BEISPIEL: As you can see, I have a lot of good references from previous employers.
BUSINESS WORD 21 FEBRUARY 2017 BUSINESS ENGLISCH: Curriculum Vitae (n) DEUTSCH: der Lebenslauf BEISPIEL: Attached to this mail you find my CV with all the necessary information.
Romania three weeks into anti-corruption protests 22 days have passed since the first in a series of protests took place in Romania. Citizens of the capital Bucharest and of other major cities have been fighting the winter cold, snow and rain every day for longer than three weeks now, defending a legal system and a society with zero tolerance of corruption. It all started with …