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SOMEONE whom I hadn#8217;t seen in a long time sent me a surprise e-mail from Sweden on Boxing Day, last Thursday.
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From growing up in Malaysian rubber estates to living in the arid Arizona desert, speech pathologist Shereen Thomas has found a new home, where she is able to help the community she lives in by working with little children. ANN MARIE CHANDY has the story.
Readers share their resolutions on how to improve their English.
YOUR article about the use of the past tenses of #8220;have#8221; (Jan 8) reminded me of my all-time favourite English grammar puzzle, which I believe is attributable to Lewis Carroll.
WHETHER it is a road accident, a fire, a landslide or any other calamity, these men will be there in the thick of action, driven by a common goal: to rescue the wounded. In an emergency, every second counts and it is often a race against time as they battle overwhelming odds to save precious lives.
RITA Gomez Biddulph was not one to let difficult situations prevent her from reaching her dreams. Overcoming financial obstacles, she worked her way to an amazing career as a journalist for Reuters and then lawyer for the UK Government. ELIZABETH TAI met her in London recently.
THERE is warfare on the roads with thousands of on-the-spot deaths a year. If they#8217;re lucky, 1% of the critical cases survives upon reaching the hospital.
JUST the other day, my mother asked me what the word #8220;zephyr#8221; meant.
EVERY shape can become shapeless, so says Biotherm.