It’s late July already. Can you believe it? We’ll be back after a well-earned summer break. In the meantime, we do hope you find lots of ways to learn and practise English. See you in September with a lot of exciting new stories and ideas!!
Occam’s Razor is a principle that can be attributed to 14th-century logician William of Ockham. The original principle in Latin can be translated as something that means entities should not be multiplied unnecessarily. According to the principle of Occam’s Razor, when someone is presented with compe
WHEN A MISTAKE BECOMES AN OPPORTUNITY When someone commented to Thomas Edison why he had failed 1999 times before he eventually managed to invent the light bulb, he replied, “Nonsense, it was a 2000 step process”. When things don’t go the way I want them to go, it doesn’t mean I am a complete and ut
Stress seems to affect most people in one way or another. Stress is not anxiety but it might lead to greater or lesser states of a pathological condition of anxiety which may need treatment. Some levels of stress are necessary for everyday living, but it is when it becomes excessive that it begins t