I really like celebrating Easter with my family and I know that the time is coming up due to the arrival of Shrove or Fat Tuesday, which this year will be on 4th March.
As some of you may know, I am currently on my year abroad in Germany as part of my university course.
Tongue twisters are word games which are fantastic to improve your pronunciation when speaking English!
My challenge for you is this: to read a book for 15 minutes every single day for a month.
As a teacher, a large part of my work involves motivating and inspiring interest in the subject for my students.
A few weeks ago, I moved to Argentina to begin teaching English for a six month period.
Easter Sunday and Easter Monday are public holidays in the UK. As well as being a religious festival, Easter is also the celebration of new life and the arrival of spring.
There are many advantages of living abroad. You meet so many people and learn more about the world than you could in any book or television documentary.
So I’ve reached that point in my year abroad where it’s all coming to an end. My work contract ends this month and I’ll be leaving for good at the beginning of June.
Many months in Latin America have taught me that this confession may bring shame upon my family. Nevertheless, it has been too long I can no longer hold it in: I like reggaeton music.