because people speak English
I've been a member of English Club for about two years now. Anyone here WHO's ever met me knows that I'm a huge DR. WHO fan.
Some may ask why I'd chose such an eccentric fictional character as a dinner guest. He's not exactly notorious for having excellent table manners.…Continue
In the often "politically correct" language of American English, we sometimes exchange the word "fear" for the word "challenge"...
To many Americans, "challenge" just sounds better when motivating a good friend while encouraging them to face his or her "fears".
For a brief example, I'll give you two sentences. One is written in the negative context. The other contains the positive. Both…Continue
Now that I've given you a bit a personal insight into my own sentiment, it's time to share a bit of light hearted humor...
FOR THE LEARNERS...
FOR THE FELLOW NATIVE SPEAKERS AND…Continue
This is a story that involves an American sporting legend. Most of you that weren't born upon American soil have never heard of him. He wasn't an athlete in the traditional sense. He didn't become famous for his athletic efforts on a soccer field, baseball diamond, or American Football Field.
His name was Dale Earnhardt.
He grew up in the American Southeast. Kannapolis, North Carolina was his hometown.
His routes were…Continue