TODAY'S WORD 31 JANUARY 2017 ENGLISH WORD: bookmark (n) DEUTSCH: das Lesezeichen EXAMPLE: I just use a photo or any piece of paper as a bookmark.
Month: February 2017
BUSINESS WORD 31 JANUARY 2017 BUSINESS ENGLISCH: Automated Teller Machine (ATM) (n) DEUTSCH: der Geldautomat BEISPIEL: Excuse me, do you know where I can find the next ATM?
Politics generates a new literary trend The radical changes which have been occurring on the world’s political scene in the last few months seem to have increased readers‘ appetite for dystopian novels. Alarmed by what seems to be a fall of democracy and by the uncertainty of a new world order, more and more people …
BUSINESS WORD 1 FEBRUARY 2017 BUSINESS ENGLISCH: to withdraw (v) DEUTSCH: etwas abheben BEISPIEL: Before we go to the cinema I have to withdraw money from the ATM.
TODAY'S IDIOM 2 FEBRUARY 2017 ENGLISH IDIOM: by the book EXAMPLE: He always tried to do everything by the book. GERMAN IDIOM: nach den Regeln handeln
TODAY'S IDIOM 3 FEBRUARY 2017 ENGLISH IDIOM: to be in someone´s good books EXAMPLE: I’m trying to get back in her good books. GERMAN IDIOM: bei jemandem einen Stein im Brett haben
TODAY'S WORD 2 FEBRUARY 2017 ENGLISH WORD: dog-ear (n) DEUTSCH: das Eselsohr EXAMPLE: I don´t mind dog-ears in my books, it means they have been read a few times.
BUSINESS WORD 2 FEBRUARY 2017 BUSINESS ENGLISCH: debit card (n) DEUTSCH: die EC-Karte BEISPIEL: I just got a new debit card as my old one was expired.
Natural wonders in the UK While London and the UK‘s other urban areas packed with historical and cultural sights receive frequent visits from foreign tourists, Britain also hides a number of less known secrets, natural gems which are only seldom chosen as holiday destinations by travellers from abroad. Let’s take a look at a few …