April was called Aprilis in Latin but nobody knows why for sure. The name might come from the Latin word for “open” or “sunny” or maybe April is named after Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love. In April, the days continue to get longer and there is more light in the evenings because it’s now British Summer Time rather than Greenwich Mean Time.
In April, the days are longer and the evenings are lighter. It’s now British Summer Time (BST). The weather is usually warmer and some years there is quite a lot of rain.
When you start learning a language, translating in your head is a natural and necessary thing to do. It can even be useful. However, if you are at a higher level and you really want to progress further, it’s a habit you should try to break. Keep reading to find out why and how to do it.
Do you know when to use "in", "on" and "at" for time? I've noticed that a lot of learners find this difficult to remember so I've created this post to help you. Try my quiz and learn when to use these surprisingly confusing prepositions!
Can you find and correct the grammar and vocabulary errors?
Keep reading to check your answers.
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