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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.
Porridge. It doesn’t have a very tasty name, does it? It doesn’t have a very tasty reputation either.
How much should we believe what we see online?
Here are the top ten things I've learned from living in Germany and Austria this year.
Recently I read Nineteen Eighty-Four, a dystopian novel by George Orwell set in a totalitarian state where even the language they use is controlled.
So my assistantship in Canada has officially come to an end. I am back in the UK and have been back for a week. Do I miss Canada? YES!
In reality you're sitting in an armchair but in your mind you're in the depths of a faraway forbidden forest or perhaps in a cute little café in a side street with the Eiffel Tower on the distant s
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