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A recent study lasting for over 14 years in America, involving more than 400,000 people found that coffee is good for you!
Donna Summer – the Queen of disco died recently at the age of 63. Suffering from Lung Cancer she became a LEGEND and a leading star of the seventies and eighties disco music.
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSCm4QXcwnw On the 5th June this year the Queen will celebrate her Diamond Jubilee; 60 years as a REIGNING MONARCH.
Commercial divers have stumbled upon an incredible find. A U.F.O! A group of divers in the Baltic Sea were making their final run to the bottom of the ocean with a ‘sonar fish’ – a sensor when it suddenly showed … Continue reading
JP Rangaswami – innovator and chief information officer for many leading financial businesses likes to think that food and information are the same thing and that energy and data are similar. He believes that monkeys can learn faster than humans … Continue reading
Children in Mexico have assisted in making a publicity movie to help promote a serious point about the political climate in their country. The video shows street scenes of corruption, illegal immigration and mugging. Children play all the parts as … Continue reading
Singular indefinite pronouns Somebody, Anybody, anywhere, nobody The compound of some and any act in the same manner as some and any. Some – affirmative Any – in the negative and questions Some – to offer something, … Continue reading
An America tycoon wants to build Vegas in Europe and has chosen Spain as the destination. The American business tycoon, Sheldon Adelson wants to emulate Nevada’s state cash cow ‘Las Vegas’ here in Spain and is deciding where to build – … Continue reading
Do you know how to use TOO, TWO & TO correctly? These are homophones (words that are spelt differently but have the same pronunciation) TOO – used with adverbs and adjectives. (too can also mean ‘as well’ or … Continue reading
Titanic is the world’s most famous maritime disaster in history. The colossal four funnelled ship hit an iceberg in the Atlantic ocean during it’s maiden voyage on April 10 1912 and sank to the icy bottom, making history worldwide.