7 Words You Might Be Saying Wrong
It's "daylight saving time." It's an easy mistake to make, probably because of the associations with common terms like "savings bank" and "savings account." The British have a better idea. Often, instead of calling it "daylight saving time," a rather unwieldy phrase, they call it "summer time," which not only is a perfect opposite to "standard time" (non–daylight saving time) but also sounds so evocative.