One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A small store selling groceries and a limited range of household goods in a mainly residential area.‘I bought a carton of milk at the corner store’
- ‘People seem to take pride in what they wear every day, whether it's at the office, the gym or simply when picking up a six-pack at the corner store.’
- ‘I had made a trip down to the corner store for the newspaper but decided to keep going.’
- ‘In summer, look for a kaleidoscope of locally-grown cut flowers most anywhere: from traditional florists shops, to grocery floral departments, to corner stores or country roadside stands.’
- ‘She made her way to the corner store four blocks from her house.’
- ‘This last-resort apparel could be worn when going to the corner store or when throwing the football around with your buddies in the backyard.’
- ‘She stops by the corner store to pick up a few things and gives a much-deserved scolding to a young kid caught shoplifting.’
- ‘I can walk to the corner store.’
- ‘At a corner store or supermarket, ask your butcher where the meat comes from and how the animals were raised.’
- ‘What was once a summertime treat can now be purchased at the corner store and enjoyed at home with the family, all year 'round.’
- ‘Everyone from the corner store to the multinational firm, it seems, is trying to get in on the action.’
Top tips for CV writingRead more
In this article we explore how to impress employers with a spot-on CV.