This is a lovely expression. What could be nicer than being ‘as good as gold’? Strangely enough, it’s not actually the word “GOLD” used in
When you look at it, from an outsider’s point of view, it must seem a funny old word: SON But there you have it, and
You could take on the challenge and get your head round the two different ways of saying “You’re” in Spanish. It’s a bit of a
It’s time to take SER a bit further and see what else is lurking under that cute, innocent-looking word!
Choose SER (SOY = I’m /ERES = you’re /ES = she’s) if you are going to use adjectives which describe inherent personality traits or characteristics of people or things. i.e. English, Spanish, intelligent, silly, short , tall, etc.
I love patterns. The Oxford English Dictionary defines a “pattern” as;”A regular and intelligible form or sequence discernible in the way something happens or