A character Oscar Wilde forgot to mention in The Importance of Being Earnest gives her own batty synopsis of the goings on in the play.
Original script by Liquorice Allsorts
This piece is proposed as a humorous ice-breaker for any group of students
A Florentine woman is disgusted with her recent kitchen installation and the appalling attitude of the shop when she complained. She warns against them.
This 1-minute 9-second mp3 audio recording is aimed at students of Italian as a foreign
A sequence of undefined but vaguely familiar and sometimes funny and startling animal sounds made by a human voice: mewing, purring, whining, laughing, snarling, humphing, snuffling, sniffing, screeching, snorting, chuckling, foraging.......... for
The conditional is perhaps the most ubiquitously abused element of grammar, particularly the 3rd conditional. Even the most educated and articulate news anchors and journalists are guilty, on a daily basis of announcing to us that "if someone would