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Rubrika: Fun language work

28. 12. 2012 | 17:21 

All I Want For Christmas

Mariah CareyAll I Want For Christmas I don't want a lot for Christmas There's just one thing I need I don't care about the presents Underneath the... 

25. 10. 2012 | 07:15 

Common Mistakes in English

SICK or ILL? Don’t say: He’s been sick for over a year. Say: He’s been ill for over a year. ! To be ill means to be in bad health.... 

18. 10. 2012 | 08:27 

Common Mistakes in English

CUSTOMER or CLIENT? Don’t say: That grocer has plenty of clients. Say: That grocer has plenty of customers. Don’t say: That lawyer has... 

15. 8. 2012 | 00:00 

Notices and warnings

Do you understand the signs and notices in public areas? Check it out out... 

25. 7. 2012 | 00:00 

Murphy's work laws

Murphy's laws function in both our private and working lives. Look at some applying to the professional one. 

4. 7. 2012 | 00:00 


A saying is a "pithy expression of wisdom or truth", often humorous and funny. Check those we have brought to you. 

13. 6. 2012 | 00:00 


Have you got doubts whether to use 'of' or 'from' when speaking of certain materials? Then have a look at our hints. 

2. 5. 2012 | 07:15 


Don't say: I am going to tell what is on my mind. Please say me how to get to the station. Say: I am going to say what is on my mind. Please tell me how to get to the station. 

28. 3. 2012 | 13:38 

Common Mistakes

BORROW or LEND Don’t say: I want to lend a book from you. Will you please borrow me the book? Say: I want to borrow a book from you. Will you... 

16. 5. 2006 | 14:36 

Tricky word combinations

One of the biggest problems with English is that what you read and what you hear sometimes seem like two completely different things. As always, practice is vital, so we have created a set of ten tricky word combinations for you to think about. They have been spelt to represent the actual sounds you would hear in conversation with a native speaker on the phone. There is only one correct answer… Seeyifyacangeswotitis!  

18. 10. 2005 | 14:06 

Do you know English proverbs?

An important idea can often be contained in only a few words. Proverbs are a way of communicating wisdom in a simple and memorable phrase. In fact, before written language was common, a village elder would often know hundreds of proverbs which could be used when making decisions for the community, or settling a local dispute. See if you can fill in the blank to complete some of these common English proverbs.  

4. 6. 2005 | 20:01 


Many jokes in English are connected to language. Sometimes the context is deliberately misleading, only to surprise you at the end. Often there is double- or even triple-meanings in phrasal verbs or idioms! Some English speakers might want to share a joke with you to break the ice. You might want to do the same, so here is a joke for you to learn. It’s not inappropriate and is quite safe to use in an informal, but professional, situation. It was voted the world’s funniest joke in an international survey, so it should go down well. Good luck! 

3. 6. 2005 | 16:29 

Walk a tightrope quiz

The way you motivate your staff is key to your management style. Modal verbs are critical in making requests with the appropriate level of politeness as well as giving each instruction the right level of importance. Being rude or pushy can cause conflict, but being too polite may be perceived as weak. Try this quiz to see how well you can walk the modal verbs tightrope. 

10. 5. 2005 | 13:18 

Telephone lingo on the street

I remember seeing a documentary on the 100th anniversary of the telephone. The programme described how this one invention changed not only communication, but our whole society. Communities were safer as police and firemen became rapid and more responsive to emergencies. Even the story line in films and books became more complicated with the "mysterious phone call" at midnight. For instance, thousands of women often found their first job outside the home as switchboard operators.  

14. 2. 2005 | 20:12 

New gadgets

Try our little quiz to see how much you are "in the know" about office technology, new and old.  
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