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Can you guess the ending of this idiom?
Do you know the meaning and fascinating etymology of the word serendipity?
Becoming a self-supporting artist is a dream for people of all ages, including students preparing for college. For many people it will always remain a dream, but it is easier to turn that dream into reality with the right background and education.
“What’s money? A man is a success if he gets up in the morning and goes to bed at night and in between does what he wants to do.”
Who said these famous words? Just shows you that you can combine English literature and music, and make a living out of it!
Hell yeah. And here are some great reasons why a college education will make you healthier, wealthier and wiser.
A man in my neighborhood has three daughters. One day when I asked their ages he said, “The product of their ages is 36.” When I still couldn’t find their ages he said, “Ok. I’ll give you another clue: the sum of their ages is same as the number of my house.”
Can YOU solve this fiendishly difficult math problem? 95% of MIT students CANNOT and only 10% of Stanford students CAN! Here it is: Can you make the number 24 from using 3, 3, 7, 7? And here are the rules: you have to use ALL the numbers but once only.
How many English idioms do you know that include “salt”? Salt plays a significant role in many areas of our lives: we need it to survive; we use it to preserve foods; we add it to food to bring out the taste.
Getting a scholarship can be either incredibly easy or unimaginably difficult, and sometimes both at the same time. At AGF Tutoring we have helped many students find both full and partial scholarships. So just how does one go about getting a scholarship?
Pitman shorthand is a system of shorthand for the English language developed by Englishman Sir Isaac Pitman (1813–1897), who first presented it in 1837. Like most systems of shorthand, it is a phonetic system; the symbols do not represent letters, but rather sounds, and words are, for the most part, written as they are spoken.
National Scrabble Day is observed annually on April 13th. Originally named Lexiko and then Criss-Cross Words, Alfred Mosher Butts eventually settled on the name Scrabble. The amateur artist and unemployed architect developed the word game in the midst of the depression.