Beach life!

16 de julio de 2019 at 15:18

A popular city beach in Barcelona. Source @ Wikimedia commons

“Sunshine is the best medicine” so the saying goes. You can produce Vitamin D by being in the sun and maybe this is one of the reasons that going to the beach in the summer is one of the most popular things to do on holiday. For this reason, in this post we look at beach vocabulary.

Anyone for tennis?

27 de junio de 2019 at 17:05

Rafael Nadal (ESP) Source @ Wikimedia commons

Tennis is one of the most popular sports today and Wimbledon is one of the most famous tennis tournaments. The first Wimbledon was in 1877 and it is usually at the beginning of July. It is a ‘grass court’ competition. Tennis can be played on a grass court, a clay court or a hard court. Tennis has a lot of special vocabulary so in this post we are looking at the world of tennis in English! 


Summer sailing idioms

30 de julio de 2018 at 11:20

Plain sailing – Source © Wikimedia commons

It’s holiday time and now is the time to relax, kick back and enjoy some free time in the sun. Is your holiday planning so good that your holiday will be all plain sailing? Plain sailing is an idiom, which means something that is easy and pleasurable with no problems.  The UK has many words and phrases that originate from our naval past. Add to your vocabulary by finding out more in this week’s summer post…

The Red Card Club

4 de julio de 2018 at 18:07

Source@Wikimedia commons

What do David Beckham, Zinedine Zidane and Luis Suárez all have in common? Obviously, they are world famous; they are all icons in the world of football and you can read about them in newspapers and in “Hello” magazine. Did you know that they are also members of the World Cup “Red Card Club»?  Now that the world is football crazy, let’s take a look at these iconic football heroes less heroic moments.

«11 Freunde müsst ihr sein»: So spielt Deutschland bei der Weltmeisterschaft 2018

12 de junio de 2018 at 15:32

   Bundestrainer Joachim «Jogi» Löw (2017)

Liebe Fußballfreund*innen und Nicht-Fußballfreund*innen: Heute möchte ich über ein «rundes» Thema schreiben. Im Juni beginnt die Weltmeisterschaft (=WM) in Russland.

Let’s go for a run!

21 de abril de 2017 at 13:46

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Running or jogging? The name is not important to those who practise a sport that is becoming more and more popular.

Running has  without a doubt become a very popular sport. If you don’t practise it yourself I am sure you know someone who does.  Every morning (or evening) in cities across the globe