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A graphic lesson in vegetables

Pop Chart Lab has designed the most extensive mapping of vegetables ever. Perfect for English speaking herbivores everywhere. Poster available for purchase for those of you looking to decorate your kitchen and extend your food vocabulary.

source: Pop Chart Lab (larger, zoomable version)

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2 days ago

Cyntactic

Skyping some speaking tests from my bedroom office. My co-worker once again encroached on my personal space. She’s also very micromanage-y. ...

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3 weeks ago

Cyntactic

Out damned sp.....corona. ...

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3 weeks ago

Cyntactic

When you suggest your class to connect from home. Teaching to screens all day, most likely all week. I’m fine as long as I have a mic 😉 ...

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4 weeks ago

Cyntactic

Also, remember to wash your hands. ...

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1 month ago

Cyntactic

Please note that I have achieved one-name status along the likes of Madonna and Cher (note: AL is short for ALLA here, not Albert). ...

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