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Ever since I was a young girl my favourite style of music has been jazz and blues. The first ever CD that I bought was Chuck Berry’s Greatest Hits when I was 11 years old.
Summertime has always been my absolute favourite time of the year.
I have just returned to the UK after a year living abroad in France.
When you are learning a foreign language one of the hardest things to grasp is how and when to use colloquial idioms and expressions.
A lot of the time when I reveal to my French friends that I am a vegetarian, a look of horror comes over their faces! ‘What do you eat?’ they ask me.
A couple of weeks ago my parents came out to visit me in the South West of France for a holiday over my February break.
The area where I live at the moment in the south-west of France is predominantly Catholic so the celebration of Mardi Gras (known in the United Kingdom as Shrove Tuesday) and the beginnin
My New Year’s Resolution this year was to take up a new hobby.
OK, confession time! I have never been particularly sporty.
November 30th is celebrated across Scotland as Saint Andrew’s Day and is also a national holiday in Scotland.
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