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Advanced vocabulary development
Perfect Blog / 2 lutego, 2015

Połącz zwrot z jego definicją  To get hold of the wrong end of the stick  To diminish  To talk at cross-purposes  New-fangled  To get a word in edgeways  A twist of fate  To be like a bear with a sore head  To whizz about  Downmarket  To get told off  Hands-on experience  To get a buzz from  Bootleg  To go off the deep end A nest egg Grounding  Conspicuous  To interfere with  Shortcomings  To confide in sb  To be in the red  In-laws  Far-fetched  Mores  Conscientious  Heyday  To enhance  Quirk  Vulnerable  To surpass  A film buff  Laid-back  Innocuous  To unravel  Engrossing  To hone  To fend for oneself  To take everything in your stride  Affliction  A lobe

Top 100 Celebrity Facts
Perfect Blog / 19 stycznia, 2015

Here’s a large list of facts about celebrities, I have searched the web to find the top 100 most interesting facts on your favourite celebs! Harry Styles and Justin Bieber can juggle. Lady Gaga wrote Born This Way in 10 minutes. Nicki Minaj is acrophobic, meaning she is afraid of heights. As a child, Johnny Depp was allergic to chocolate. Chuck Norris’ first name is actually Carlos. Frank Oz was the voice for Yoda, Miss Piggy and Cookie Monster. Daniel Craig is the first actor to play James Bond that was born after the series began. Susan Boyle’s Britain’s Got Talent audition has received almost 50 million views on YouTube. One Direction member, Louis Tomlinsion, hates baked beans. Cher Lloyd’s sister (Josie) does not like Cher’s song ‘Swagger Jagger’. The whole list you can find here

Did you know that …
Perfect Blog / 5 listopada, 2014

Did you know the most commonly used letter in the alphabet is E Did you know the least used letter in the alphabet is Q Did you know dreamt is the only word that ends in mt Did you know the first letters of the months July through to November spell JASON Did you know there are only 4 words in the English language which end in ‘dous’ (they are: hazardous, horrendous, stupendous and tremendous) Did you know the oldest word in the English language is ‘town’ Did you know ‘Bookkeeper’ and ‘bookkeeping’ are the only 2 words in the English language with three consecutive double letters Did you know the word ‘Strengths’ is the longest word in the English language with just one vowel Did you know the dot on top of the letter ‘i’ is called a tittle Did you know the past tense for the English word ‘dare’ is ‘durst’ Did you know the word ‘testify’ derived from a time when men were required to swear on their testicles Did you know The first English dictionary was written in 1755 Did you know the word old English word ‘juke’ meaning dancing lends its name to the juke…

Happy Halloween
Perfect Blog / 31 października, 2014

Why did the vampires cancel the baseball game? Because they couldn’t find their bats. What did the mummy say to the detective? Let’s wrap this case up. What do you get if you cross a snowman with a vampire? Frostbite. Why didn’t the skeleton go to the Halloween party? Because he had no-body to go with. What do ghosts serve for dessert? I scream! How do monsters tell their future? They read their horrorscope. Why do witches use brooms? Because vacuum cleaners are far too heavy! Where does Dracula keep his valuables? In a blood bank. Why don’t mummies have hobbies? Because they’re too wrapped up in their work. Why did the cyclops give up teaching? Because he only had one pupil. What should you do when zombies surround your house? Hope it’s Halloween. Where does Dracula stay in New York? The Vampire State Building. What do you call a witch at the beach? A sandwich. I have 24 legs, 12 arms and 6 heads, what am I? A liar! What happened when the young witch misbehaved? She was sent to her broom.

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