Hobbs and Shaw Race into Theaters
Excuse Me, But You're in My Seat
The ABCs of Confusion and Mispronunciation
Science is incredible, and with so many diverse subject matters, it’s a topic that is sure to interest everyone. Think you’re not a fan? Have a look in the August issue of Analytical English before you commit to that opinion. Are you interested in human behavior? Then look at “Excuse Me, But You’re in My Seat” to understand why we sit in the same spot even if we don’t have to. Perhaps chemistry is more your speed. In that case, check out “Ice Spikes: Whatever Happened to Gravity?” If you like the study of animals, you should read about “The Real-Life Black Panther.” Or if you are interested in how animals interact with their environment, flip over to “The Flood: First Pulse.” Budding botanists will find they are spoiled for choice. Get
tips for your garden in “Want Healthy Plants? Play Them a Bit of Mozart!” Or you can turn to “The Tasty Tomato: From Cultivation to Food Fights” to learn why the tomato is actually a fruit. In August’s Analytical English , you’ll discover science is never boring.