Europe was hit by three shock waves last week:
Germany's exports took a dive; Ukip won its first seat in the British parliament, and a German
telecommunications company failed to turn up for an appointment.
I knew it would happen. I knew it. I was absolutely certain it was going
to happen. Absolutely certain. I just didn't think
it was going to happen quite so quickly. But, yes, the idiotic talk of a "euro crisis" is back.
I have a promise for you. For the first time in weeks, I am not going to
talk about Scottish independence or the eurozone. Instead, I want to talk about languages — and, in particular, why companies need a clear strategy.
The Scottish referendum and the responses to it reminded Deborah Capras
of a children's song. It's about worms — which leads us to expressions
with bugs, bees and flies. Test your knowledge of them in this exercise.