Phrase of the Week: ‘To hit the nail on the head’
‘To hit the nail on the head’ means to describe exactly what is causing a situation or problem.
5 Things With… Tatsuya
This week we interviewed our Japanese student Tatsuya who has only been in Bath for one week!
Phrase of the Week: ‘The best of both worlds’
‘The best of both worlds’ means you can enjoy two different opportunities at the same time.
The difference between 'to know' and 'to recognise'
If you see a friend in a photo, you could say: ‘I know her!’ However, next to your friend in the picture is another man.
5 Things With... Yasmine
5 Things With... is back!
This week we asked our French intern Yasmine, her top five favourite things about Bath.
Happy Easter everyone! This week’s Foodie Friday has been moved to Thursday due to the Easter Bank Holiday.
English Languages students learning about local businesses
At Languages United, we are enthusiastic about celebrating our local businesses in Bath. Today we are honouring Meticulous Ink.
Meticulous Ink is a stationery design and print company based in Bath which was founded and owned by Athena Cauley-Yu.
Phrase of the Week: ‘Speak of the devil’
‘Speak of the devil’ means that the person you’re just talking about actually appears at that moment.
Phrase of the Week: ‘To go on a wild goose chase’
The phrase ‘wild goose chase’ can be used to describe any pointless or hopeless event. For example:
5 Things With... Anna (Restaurant Edition)
This week on ‘5 Things With… Anna’ we asked Anna what her top five favourite restaurants were in Bath.