October 1

This is a “Great” English Lesson

By Dr Julian Northbrook

Walk down any British high-street and you’ll see things like:

“We have the “cheapest” prices in town”

… which does nothing other than prove a lot of native speakers are TERRIBLE at English.


What does this actually “mean” ?

Find out in the video:

So yeah, not what people think it means.

[Julian]

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