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A great collection of internet webby stuff as recommended by visitors to the Learn English Network.

Could be a web site, a Twitter feed, a Facebook page, a Google plus page, forum, video, basically anything on the net.  

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The Middle Class Handbook is one of those contrived blogs, put together to promote a book, or the idea of a book, but don't let that put you off.  It's actually quite funny, sometimes a bit rude, but usually entertaining, and perfect for anyone who has attended one of my "class" classes.  (I know I usually call them sessions, but I couldn't resist the play on words). 

In their own words:-

The Middle Class Handbook, seeks to consider aspects of modern life in Britain, with intelligence and humour, teasing out the wider significance in the minutiae of the mundane.

Have you ever been to a wine tasting?  Modern, professional wine tasters (such as sommeliers) use a constantly evolving formal terminology which is used to describe the range of perceived flavours, aromas and general characteristics of a wine, the language used is full of jargon, but now you can join in, just use this handy little tasting notes generator.

Do try the "extra silly" one too.  

You can read about how it works here:-

If you are genuinely interested in wine, try Robert Parker's site.  It's much more sensible, but not as much fun.


Thanks to Ingemar Eriksson