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Don't mess with a tiger, unless it's a paper tiger 紙老虎. Making friends with a tiger's absurd,Of such friendship nobody has heard;With one snap of its jaw,Your friendship's no more,So a less dangerous friend is preferred. Find out more at BritishIdioms.com, where you will also find the idioms Interactivity.
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Edward Lear (12th May 1812 - 29th January 1888) was an English poet, author, artist and illustrator who is most famous for his nonsense poems. This nonsense rhyme, The New Vestments is a wonderful example of nonsense poetry.
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This is one of a series of English lessons based on the theme of astrology. They are designed to teach you vocabulary, and especially personal descriptive adjectives. If you were born between September 23rd and October 22nd, then your star sign is Libra. The symbol of Libra is the scales. Libra's element is air. Libra's polarity is positive or masculine. Libra's ruling planet is Venus. Libra is rational and fair, but the need for balance creates paralysing indecision. This Engli
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A bee buzzes. A snake hisses. When do we use the /s/ sound and when do we use the /z/ sound, and what's the difference? The two sounds /s/ and /z/ are very close and cause endless confusion for students. There are some rules and the rules are normally to do with the voiced and unvoiced sounds. A voiced sound is that made when we use our vocal cords. /z/ is the voiced form of the sound /s/, which is unvoiced. This video English lesson will explain everything.
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A term that has become increasingly popular in English since the 1970s has been political correctness or PC. In simple terms, this means avoiding the use of words or phrases that might upset someone's sensibilities. In more complex terms, this means being afraid to say what you think because it just might be deemed offensive by the PC Brigade. It is a curtailing of our freedom of speech.