Infografía con las muertes imaginadas por Shakespeare (sí: se vale usarla como acordeón). (Ve la imagen más grande aquí.)
Even as a native English speaker, I like to make sure that the phrase I’m using means what I think it means.
Here’s a resource I found to do that: The Phrase Finder.
Bob’s your uncle
An exclamation that is used when ‘everything is alright’ and the simple means of obtaining the successful result is explained. For example, “left over right; right over left, and Bob’s your uncle - a reef knot”.
'Bob's your uncle' is one of those phrases that keep etymologists off the street corners. Read the rest »
found on The Editors’ of Association of Earth (a Facebook group),
thanks to Padraig Hanratty
The Story Coaster
Drawing for the 7/14 Sunday NY Times Book Review - thanks to editor Pamela Paul!
"Over the years, the European Institutions have developed a vocabulary that differs from that of any recognized form of English."
It demonstrates the expertise of the people who participated:
Most importantly, it’s USEFUL. How Clothes Should Fit.