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 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.
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 …
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.
TODAY'S WORD 3 FEBRUARY 2017 ENGLISH WORD: hardcover (n) DEUTSCH: die gebundene Ausgabe EXAMPLE: I bought the book as a hardcover because it looks nicer than the softcover.
BUSINESS WORD 3 FEBRUARY 2017 BUSINESS ENGLISCH: securities (n) DEUTSCH: die Wertpapiere, Aktien BEISPIEL: Securities are tradeable financial assets.
TODAY'S IDIOM 30 JANUARY 2017 ENGLISH IDIOM: don´t judge a book by its cover EXAMPLE: Don´t judge a book by its cover, maybe she will surprise you. GERMAN IDIOM: zieh keine voreiligen Schlüsse
BUSINESS WORD 30 JANUARY 2017 BUSINESS ENGLISCH: savings account (n) DEUTSCH: das Sparkonto BEISPIEL: The money on my savings account is for rainy days.
TODAY'S WORD 30 JANUARY 2017 ENGLISH WORD: bookshop (n) DEUTSCH: der Buchladen EXAMPLE: I enjoy just sitting in a bookshop rummaging through new books.