Topics today include:
-the difference between "at 11am" and "by 11am"
-What is "May Day"?
What is meant by "I always get chills when she raises her voice"?
to get chills
What is the difference between a "customer" and a "client"?
customer vs client
A customer is someone who buys something, especially from a shop. She's one of our regular customers. A client is a person or company that receives a service from a professional person or organization in return for payment.
-a customer is more of a one time thing
-a client is more like, a regular meeting and service.
"by 11am" vs at "11 am"
"Send it to me at 11am." - not before
"Send it to me by 11am." - any time from now until 11am.
What is "cider" in the UK?
an alcoholic drink made from fermented apple juice
What is the "Early May bank holiday"?
International Workers’ Day
What do Americans mean when they say "pissed"? What do Brits mean when they say "pissed"?
US English - " I am pissed"
Short for "pissed off" - annoyed
UK - "I'm pissed."
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