Everything is changing these days. Probably faster because of the Coronavirus pandemic. The way we learn, the way we work, the way we meet people. We have already talked about 'teleworking', but with the new normality we are heading towards flexible or blended working. And so could be learning and teaching!
Let's see what it really means and then we'll have a look at a couple of articles related to the issue:
The English We Speak - What does 'blended working' mean? (BBC Learning English)
Coronavirus: Is this the end of office working in Wales? (BBC News)
By the way, do you know what a blender is as an electrical appliance? Have a look at the bottom of this post and you will discover what it is.
News Review - Half million deaths (BBC Learning English)
"All work and no play makes Jack/Jill a dull boy/girl"
Vicky The Viking - Episode 10 - The Promise
Latest news on Coronavirus:
English in a Minute: 'also' vs 'as well' vs 'too' (BBC Learning English)
- Episode 200701 / 01 July 2020 >>> Stonehenge: Second monument discovered (prehistoric monument discovered) - Language related to 'ancient discoveries'. Need-to-know language: archaelogists, shafts, pits, oriented & ritualistic.