Lighting Up the Night
Do Bulls See Red When They See Red?
The Internet of Things at Home
A Brief History of Timepieces
This month, Analytical English is thinking a lot about food. Nowadays, ordering delivery over an app is common. So you’ll probably be able to relate to “Raining? Let’s Order Out.” Of course, when it comes to dining, things can be different across the world. If you’re in India, you might have the chance to “Get in Touch with Your Food” and eat with your hands. Meanwhile, if you are in America and decide to dine out, you’ll have to get used to “Tipping in the US.” Even if you aren’t traveling and experiencing different cultures, there are things to consider when it comes to your normal eating habits. In “Protecting the Environment,” you’ll find an argument in favor of consuming less meat. If you’d like to be more efficient about buying food, “The Internet of Things at Home” may help someday. In the future, it’s likely that you’ll have a smart fridge that will track your food and let you know what you need to pick up at the store. So grab a snack and dive into the May issue of Analytical English.