Monthly Archives: August 2011

42nd Edition

In this Edition: It’s a hack’s life By Simon Boughey Journalists are often sadly misunderstood – an insider’s view   What’s in a face? Quite a lot actually By Tim Farish An insight into Professor Eckman’s FACS   To Russia with a mission By Alastair Grant There are opportunities to be made if you go […]

Vocal Tongue twisters

Here we list some of the famous tongue-twisters to help you practice your pronunciation in English: Both bustled busily buttering buns Lots of hot coffee in a proper copper coffee pot Crispy crunchy crinkly crackling A dozen double adapters Red lorry, yellow lorry (repeat) Round and round the rugged rocks the ragged rascals ran their rural […]