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Originally coming from America, Black Friday is the day after Thanks giving which sees an impulsive sale across stores in preparation for Christmas. Consumers purchase what they need at exceptionally low prices for just one day only.Black Friday is set to take place on Friday the 29th of November, which means a day of sales across the UK taking place for one day only. 

Offering up to 50% off of selected items, stores across the UK including London will draw people in there millions to devour bargains, whether it be fore themselves or somebody else.

The earliest evidence of the phrase Black Friday applied to the day after Thanksgiving in a shopping context suggests that the term originated in Philadelphia, where it was used to describe the heavy and disruptive pedestrian and vehicle traffic that would occur on the day after Thanksgiving. This usage dates to at least 1961. More than twenty years later, as the phrase became more widespread, a popular explanation became that this day represented the point in the year when retailers begin to turn a profit, thus going from being “in the red” to being “in the black”.

If this is true, you maybe wondering. Why New York?

Well, this level of discount is also applicable to names such as Harrods, Dolce and Gobanna, Stella Mcartney, Prada and more. A cosmopolitan paradise such as this makes a “dream come true” experience for people who value designers. All of these named stores can be located in London.

 

Lighten up trees, carol singers, screaming market traders, combined with the cold crisp air and mouth watering food smells, create a festive and seasonal utopia for those all around. Embedded within this joy, are shops all around tailored for everyone. Stemming from local independent traders and large brand names across the world, London is a “shoppers paradise” and one day in particular is just around the corner to truly heighten this experience.

Black Friday is set to take place on Friday the 29th of November, which means a day of sales across the UK taking place for one day only. Offering up to 50% off of selected items, stores across the UK including London will draw people in there millions to devour bargains, whether it be fore themselves or somebody else.

But wait, these bargains don’t just finish there, say tuned as we will be offering discounted for our Young Learner courses in 2019.

Lighten up trees, carol singers, screaming market traders, combined with the cold crisp air and mouth watering food smells, create a festive and seasonal utopia for those all around. Embedded within this joy, are shops all around tailored for everyone. Stemming from local independent traders and large brand names across the world.

 

Offering up to 50% off of selected items, stores across the UK including London will draw people in there millions to devour bargains, whether it be fore themselves or somebody else.

In respect of this, London, an iconic city of history, culture and beauty, holds an impeccable reputation worldwide attracting millions of tourists on an annual basis. With this in mind as we head to the Christmas period here in the Big Smoke, festivities will be anything but discreet from every street corner.

The biggest difference between the two tests is the speaking section. In TOEFL you speak to a computer, which students may find very unnatural, but during the IELTS exam you speak to a real person, which makes it feel more like a real conversation.

А range of question types which test a number of different skills.

To summarize: if you prefer multiple choice questions, feel more comfortable writing on a keyboard, and find the American accent easier to understand, the TOEFL may be better for you. If you enjoy writing with a pen, feel more comfortable talking to a person rather than a microphone, prefer a variety of different question types, and like a shorter test length with both academic and general English then the IELTS is better for you.

  • Lighten up trees, carol singers, screaming market traders, combined with the cold crisp air and mouth watering food smells, create a festive and seasonal utopia for those all around.
  • Embedded within this joy, are shops all around tailored for everyone.
  • Stemming from local independent traders and large brand names across the world, London is a “shoppers paradise” and one day in particular is just around the corner to truly heighten this experience.

Lighten up trees, carol singers, screaming market traders, combined with the cold crisp air and mouth watering food smells, create a festive and seasonal utopia for those all around.

Embedded within this joy, are shops all around tailored for everyone. Stemming from local independent traders and large brand names across the world.


Offering up to 50% off of selected items, stores across the UK including London will draw people in there millions to devour bargains, whether it be fore themselves or somebody else.

But wait, these bargains don’t just finish there, say tuned as we will be offering discounted for our Young Learner courses in 2019.
Black Friday is set to take place on Friday the 29th of November, which means a day of sales across the UK taking place for one day only. Offering up to 50% off of selected items, stores across the UK including London will draw people in there millions to devour bargains, whether it be fore themselves or somebody else.

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Originally coming from America, Black Friday is the day after Thanks giving which sees an impulsive sale across stores in preparation for Christmas. Consumers purchase

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