Knickers in a Twist: A Dictionary of British Slang by Jonathan Bernstein, http://www.amazon.com/dp/1841958344/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_Uoj4qb1VJ20NF

Knickers in a Twist: A Dictionary of British Slang, a book by Jonathan Bernstein

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How Not To Say What You Mean: A Dictionary of Euphemisms (Oxford Paperback Reference)

How Not To Say What You Mean: A Dictionary of Euphemisms (Oxford Paperback Reference)

We often use euphemisms when dealing with taboo or sensitive subjects. We speak of "full-figured" women. We "fudge" on our income tax. We get "cold feet" before

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The UK has given us amazing people. Rob Pattinson, Adele, Laura Marling, Johnny Flynn, Marcus Mumford to name a few of my favorites.

Infographic for active vs passive voice. A helpful infographic from Your Dictionary. Perfect for the classroom!

Change Passive Voice to Active Voice

Infographic for active vs passive voice. A helpful infographic from Your Dictionary. Perfect for the classroom! I like that this doesn't make passive voice seem like the be all that end all in composition.

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