The UK has tons of quirky traditions. One of those is pancake racing. This tradition stems from Shrove Tuesday, or, as many like to call it, Pancake Day.
In one of my classes today we discussed the question of how our lives would be without a phone and I actually felt quite sad to hear how some kids these days cannot survive without their mobiles.
In order to succeed in language learning you need to have a lot of motivation. However, sometimes for one reason or another, we can find that it is gone.
Last week, I introduced my students to one of the UK's most-hated yet most-loved things. It is perhaps the most well-known TV show in Britain, and certainly part of Britain's popular culture.
In this day and age taking a photograph is easier than ever. There are cameras built into our phones, computers, tablets, iPods ... The way we share photos has also changed.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, it’s interesting to delve into the history of Europe and to look at where one of the most romantic traditions surrounding Valentine’s Day came from.
On Saturday my Catalan friend invited me to come along to a Calçotada.
This week I went to the cinema to see Arrival, a new science fiction film starring Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner.
WhatsApps. Facebook messages. Texts. Calls. Instagrams. Snapchats. Tweets.
As it is still the beginning of 2017 some people will have made their New Year's resolutions, such as eating healthier, doing more exercise or maybe trying out a new hobby.