I spent the entire day at a fairly remote beach. No wi-fi. No radio. No news. Probably no phone signal. No bunting. In fact nobody mentioned the...
This one has puzzled me, too.
As with the "neither" example, I hear both in the UK. As a (very) general rule of thumb I hear the "sked"...
I used to go supermarket shopping every week, but in the last couple of years just get a full online shop from Waitrose once every month or so. In...
Which is it?
It's meant to be some kind of...
Coming out of the cabinet. It had to happen one day.
Well - I rest my case. This is why I find myself saying "had something to eat".
:D If it gives you any consolation, the "eight" pronunciation in...
I feel the need to share a problem...
I'm quite nervous about using the word "ate" in conversation (as in "I ate my breakfast").
I know the...
Many happy returns, EB.
I can't help wondering if Cosmic Steeple had a hand in this.
Yes - that's exactly what I've thought of each time I've seen it used.
I can remember using cruise control for the first time many years ago. It's quite an unsettling experience at first to allow the car's computer to...
Many happy returns, @Toni.
Have a lovely day, Karin.
Easy for you to say, Willie. ;)
I shan't embarrass myself and risk offending someone with a Google Translate response. Instead I'll just thank...
This morning I learnt a hitherto unknown-to-me word from a Guardian article @James from London posted in the Corrie forum.
Now I just need to...
British Summer Time (or Greenwich Mean Time + 1) begins on the last Sunday in March at 1:00 (GMT). So we're in sync with Sweden.
Thanks once again everyone. I had a really nice day.
A few plans have had to change because of the wacky weather, but that's all added to...
Thank you all for the well wishes. Who'd have thought it would be a white one?! :eek:
No danger. My eyes are watering from the heat.
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