The Olympics are coming to England. I couldn’t be more excited, and I’m sure I am not alone.
If one were to plan a party for them, now would be the time.
What would you place on your menu? Sure, you could default to the English stand-by of fish and chips, or maybe you want to try your hand at tea. Beware the clotted cream. I may enjoy it, but it isn’t for all.
With the Summer Olympics in full swing, I thought it would be fun to brush up on our English. Familiarize yourself with the British expressions and their meanings below, and soon you’ll really "know your onions" (be knowledgeable, that is) when it comes to "London-ese."
I have stated before that I have never really been a fan of mysteries. Recently, I began exploring a little more of this genre, and I have found a couple of good books. I just finished my first Agatha Christie novel and enjoyed it quite a bit. I was also delighted with theNo.