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New Year Resolutions?

It is an English custom or habit to “make New Year resolutions”…
cook

Cook

“Cook” you will know. A cook is a person that works in a…
May and Can

May and Can

Errors abound (abundan) with these two words. Their uses are…
Bones

Bones

“Bone” (hueso, espina) and “bones” you may understand.…
wind

«Wind»

“Wind” (viento) you will know. Here the focus is on some…
Heat

Heat

“Heat” (calor) you may know. There is a phrasal verb “heat…
three o more options

Do you have three alternatives?

No is the simple answer. “Alternative” comes from Latin and…
are-you-a-layman

Are you a layman?

Are you a layman? Probably. “Layman” has two meanings.…
Do you cut the mustard?

Do you cut the mustard?

Who knows (quien sabe)? “Mustard” you may know as “mostaza”.…
sheep

Sheep

“Sheep” (oveja) you may well know. It is single and plural.…
Nuts

Nuts

NUTS “Nut” has two meanings: tuerca, nuez. You may know…
A-piece-of-cake

A piece of cake

“Cake” (tarta, pastel) you may know. Here the focus is on…