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I think some of my previous blog posts have alluded to the fact that I am a keen reader and really promote it among learners of English.
I could hardly call myself a tennis expert. In fact, I still struggle to understand the rules.
Today I woke up, and asked myself "what am I going to do without the Olympics?". That sounds crazy, I know.
If you're reading this magazine, then chances are you're a young learner of English as a Foreign Language, and are probably interested in reading too.
Yesterday, I did something a bit different. Not only did I turn 23, but I celebrated it for the first time away from my friends and family. By "celebrate", I mean I went bungee jumping.
This year, I have been living in Québec. Winter here is very different to in England. When I first arrived, the thing I was most scared about was the winter.
Will you live in a different country in the future?
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