Have you been paying attention to this month’s Words of the Day? Can you remember what a mesomorph is? Or what pyrophoric means? Take the quiz to find out if you can match the words to their correct definitions! Not yet signed up to our free Word of the Day service? Click here to receive your daily word.
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Bare and bear are homophones – that is, they sound the same – but have very different meanings. Do you know how to use these two correctly? Test yourself with our quiz, or swot up with all you need to know about bare and bear.
Read the paragraph below; even if you don’t think you speak French, you’ll probably understand exactly what is being said… Imagine a rather bijou little hotel tucked away down a Parisian cul-de-sac, the kind with a rather louche air of faux decadence where the ensuite has a bidet and every night there’s a cabaret in […]
Do you know what the translation for the French taupe is? Or which language has two words for blue? Take our quiz to test your knowledge of colours in language. Photo credit: Natalia Deriabina / Shutterstock.com
Do you always know when to use I and when to use me in a sentence? Test yourself with our quiz. Find out more about how to use I and me.
What is a Vorstellung? Or a definiendum? This month we’d like to quiz you about June’s Words of the Day. How many do you know? Not yet signed up to our free Word of the Day service? Click here to receive your daily word.
The actor Will Smith was not present at the Declaration of Independence on the 4th of July, 1776. At least there are no pictures that show him next to Thomas Jefferson or Benjamin Franklin on that historic day. No official pictures anyway. However, there are many similarities between Independence Day – the 1996 film starring […]
Word of the Day: patrilocal - a married couple residing in the husband's home… bit.ly/2dsjGwl