Exposure to different cultures is one of the main reasons I enjoy visiting other countries.
The most interesting thing about teaching English abroad is that you gain an understanding of it as a foreign language that you have to learn.
London: England’s regal capital, where everyone speaks like the Queen. Or is there more to it than that?
Summertime has always been my absolute favourite time of the year.
Australia was always a country I wanted to visit so I saved up some money and booked a flight to go travelling up the East Coast at the end of my work placement in France.
So, a year ago I left the UK for the sunnier climes of the south of France, specifically Toulouse, nicknamed 'la ville en rose’ (the pink city).
I have just returned to the UK after a year living abroad in France.
Stereotype No. 1: the British love to drink tea: You must drink endless cups of tea.
I was lucky enough to take a short trip to Warsaw, the capital of Poland, a few days ago and it was such a great city to visit.
When you are learning a foreign language one of the hardest things to grasp is how and when to use colloquial idioms and expressions.