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      5B72776D7F687B6A1E0 wrote: By the way, houses do not have "electric", they have electricity. "Electric" is an adjective not a noun, but then you knew that as well didn’t you? (I also give English lessons to Greeks, and Greek lessons to the English.)

      Impressive linguistic CV but you failed to mention the chip on your shoulder! 

      Why get on your high horse (idiom) when someone simply tries to be helpful? 

      I’m sure the ever changing tax situation across here is a worry to many and if someone wants to pass on their experience(s) then surely that is a good thing?

      Jon

      ps Brits sometimes do use the word "electric" in place of electricity.  You might like to check the link below to the Free Online Dictionary.

      http://www.thefreedictionary.com/electric

      What’s more, electricity is also referred to as the "Leccy" in some parts of the country.

      http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Leccy

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