This week I decided to bake chocolate chip cookies to surprise my flatmate as she is studying for her exams at the moment.
Whenever I ask my French high school pupils what they do in their free time, the answer always seems to be one of the following: a) sleep, b) see my friends/boyfriend/girlfriend or c) play video ga
Last week I decided to watch the film Divergent, (and the next day was so addicted, I absolutely had to watch part two: Insurgent). In this action-packed movie, the remaining pop
It may not be the weather for it but you can never beat sitting down with a homemade scone and a nice cup of tea (milk and no sugar, of course).
I was invited round to a friend’s house for a ‘pot-luck’ dinner the other night. I’d never heard of this term before but my American friends use it all the time.
You know who I mean, Sherlock Holmes of course! I have very quickly learnt that he is not just popular back in the UK, but is huge around the world.
Last week the final of the hugely popular TV show The Great British Bake Off was broadcast by the BBC and attracted a record audience of over 13 million viewers.
It’s incredibly rare to find shows that aren’t in the English language to watch on British TV, especially on the mainstream channels.
I have recently moved to France to work as an English language assistant in primary schools in a lovely little town called St Amand Montrond in the Cher department of France.