- "I was wondering, is there any way that we could move these meetings up earlier in the morning?"
- "It's obvious that the company isn't doing well."
- "Make sure they're cooked all the way through."
- "Over one in five Americans suffer from obesity."
- "Excuse me, I wanted to see about opening a small business checking account."
Category Archives: Technology
Labor Students, As of Thursday 4th February you can subscribe to our podcast and/or download in an MP3 format the files for every article we have posted on Labor English Zone. Just click on the icon on the right-hand column, … Continue reading
What is Linguee? With Linguee, you can search many millions of bilingual texts for words and expressions. Every expression is accompanied by useful additional information and suitable example sentences. What is the benefit? When you translate texts to a foreign … Continue reading
Google’s latest mapping experiment? The human body. ‘Body Browser’ lets users explore an interactive 3D model of the human anatomy. It’s a high-tech, highly detailed look at a human body — inside and out. No, it’s not the latest TSA … Continue reading
The following article by Tom Kington was published on the Guardian last Sunday 12th December. An Italian researcher, Silvano Vinceti, has sparked new controversy over the world’s most famous painting by claiming Leonardo da Vinci painted tiny letters into the … Continue reading
As soon as you are given your usernames and passwords you and your families can start using Alexia, our new school management software. Here you will find thorough information and reports on events and incidents, absenteeism, truancy, late arrivals, homework … Continue reading