CHUNK OF THE DAY

This week, a friend of mine in France sent me a message via Facebook asking if I'd got a copy
Last Wednesday evening, I took a train from Preston back home to London. As we were nearing Euston station, I
As with single words, we should look for opportunities to revise or recycle chunks. When we do so, it's good
In class yesterday, we looked at some vocabulary for describing different roles and duties people have at work. Students then
I had two conversations last night which featured this chunk. The first one was with a friend who was moaning
This weekend sees the big match in north London between Arsenal and Tottenham. Among discussions about who has the best
One of the best things about adopting a more lexical view of language is that you start to appreciate more
We've often said that what strikes us most about the many incredibly competent non-natives we meet in our field is
Listening to a Radio 4 review programme the other day, I was struck by the description of quirky Icelandic singer
Jon Wright is the author of the wonderful Idioms Organiser, for our money perhaps the best self-study book on idioms