Waterfall

English Word of the Day – WATERFALL waterfall: (noun) a river or stream that falls from a height, especially over a cliff, rocks, or a steep incline. Example Sentence: Angel Falls in Venezuela is the world’s tallest waterfall at 979 metres (3,212 ft)....

Winter in England

Winter in England Well, winter has arrived in Santiago and it reminds me of winter in England, especially when I was a child. Many people have a romantic idea of what winter in England is like: snow covered rolling hills, small robins (birds with red chests) chirping...

Landscape vs Scenery difference

Landscape vs Scenery difference When people describe the outdoors they sometimes use landscape and scenery incorrectly. We use the word landscape to talk about the view or a large expanse of a particular area and how it is arranged or positioned. We can also use the...

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