- "There're some good restaurants around here."
- "Ma'am, it seems to be six pounds over the allowed weight. There will be an additional overweight baggage charge for that."
- "This is just a polite reminder to please notify me whenever you update the extensions spreadsheet."
- "All right. Have a good day."
- "My my! Don't you look dapper?"
Category Archives: History
Thanksgiving Day is a harvest festival celebrated primarily in the United States and Canada. Traditionally, it has been a time to give thanks for a bountiful harvest. While it may have been religious in origin, Thanksgiving is now primarily identified … Continue reading
Remembrance Day – also known as Poppy Day or Armistice Day (the event it commemorates) or Veterans Day – is a Commonwealth holiday (observed in all Commonwealth countries except Mozambique) to commemorate the sacrifices of members of the armed forces … Continue reading
ESO Students, Last November 2nd, “Estadios de Fútbol en España“, a blog about football stadiums in Spain, published a report on Balaídos stadium. As it is written in English we thought you might find it interesting. We hope you will … Continue reading
ESO Students, We give you again the post we published last year about Guy Fawkes’ Gunpowder plot. Enjoy it: In 1605, thirteen young men planned to blow up the Houses of Parliament. Among them was Guy Fawkes, Britain’s most notorious … Continue reading
The following article was published by El País in English on Sunday 27th March 2011. As St. Martin’s day is drawing near we thought that it would be a good idea to bring it back. That home-killed taste: Spaniards ignore … Continue reading
Labor School Students, Halloween is approaching and to celebrate it at LaborEnglishZone we give you again a very interesting post on the origins of this holiday. Have a nice Halloween and enjoy the post! Photo by our Primary Physical Education … Continue reading
Carnival Carnival is a festive season which occurs immediately before Lent; the main events are usually during February. Carnival typically involves a public celebration or parade combining some elements of a circus, masque and public street party. People often dress … Continue reading