CHUNK OF THE DAY

If you're ill and go to the doctor’s, once the doctor has examined you and discussed your symptoms, they'll usually
Apologies for not having written one of these word / chunk of the day posts for quite some time. I've
I have just come back from Scotland, where I was giving the keynote talk at the City of Glasgow College’s
According to some recent research I read, the number of divorces in the UK last year was highest among men
After an Indian summer - a period of warm weather in autumn, a time when it's usually pretty cold -
Almost everyone who has learned English in class has probably had that lesson where you study second conditionals. In a
In a recent post on the word pogrom, we looked at language connected to the dark human tendency to blame
Recently, in a break from the norm, the Guardian newspaper here ran a whole series of features on the capital
A march is when a large group of people walk down the streets protesting against something – or in support
As anyone who has ever watched a loved one fight against it will know, cancer is a truly horrible disease.