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In most cases Americans and Britons have the same words for speaking about food. A steak is a steak, apples are apples, and potatoes are potatoes. Most of the time it doesn't matter which side of the Atlantic you're on - … [Read More...]
Let's take a look at the way English repeats comparative adjectives to describe a continuous change. Change can happen to different degrees: just once, moderately - The temperature fell yesterday. dramatically … [Read More...]