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.
TODAY'S IDIOM 1 FEBRUARY 2017 ENGLISH IDIOM: the oldest trick in the book EXAMPLE: Flattery is the oldest trick in the book, so don’t fall for it! GERMAN IDIOM: der älteste Trick der Welt
Donald Trump denies refugees and citizens from seven countries entry to the US No day seems to pass without a controversial executive order issued by the White House. On Saturday, the US President banned the access of Syrian refugees indefinitely, while citizens from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen were forbidden to enter …