If you wear it on your hand, wrist or arm, it’s a WATCH.

These sports watches are all mine. Yet, I seldom wear a watch in everyday life.

My sports watches

If it’s on the bedside table, hanging on a wall or even part of the microwave oven,  it’s a CLOCK.

This is the clock on my microwave oven.


Use the language

Send in a photo of your favourite watch or clock, saying what makes it special to you.

3 thoughts on “CLOCK / WATCH

  1. I’ll suggest complementary reading : article “Clockwork” , by Howard Breslin – from the book Modern short stories in English, writter Robert J. Dixson.


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