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Despite the countless differences between peoples' characters and careers, or their likes and their dislikes, it seems that we are all connected in this weird and wonderful life by one thing: namel

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When I moved into my new flat I hated the boring white walls. I wanted to make my bedroom more personal.

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One of my favourite treats from the UK is a cream tea. It’s not, as its name might suggest, tea with cream in it! It is a sort of English snack which is made up of a few essential things:

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Living in a foreign country can change your perspective of what you think “everybody knows”. I was teaching a class about England to French teenagers and I mentioned the Tudor rose.

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Lots of us have smartphones these days. Smartphones are quite amazing, as one device can do so many things. During my time abroad I’ve relied a lot on my phone to help me.

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Reading books can be a great way to pick up new vocabulary, see grammar in action and develop your understanding of a language. The key to success is choosing the right book for you.

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Every summer, many music festivals take place across the UK.

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Périgueux is the capital town of the Dordogne region in France. I’ve been living in Périgueux for nearly six months now. So, I thought I’d let you know some of the best things to do here.

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Dress codes are usually fairly straightforward. If you're going to a wedding (or similar occasion), then you know that you should wear something smart - usually a suit for men, a dress for women.

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For those of you who haven’t heard of it, the Apple watch is the latest invention from the infamous creators of the iPhone and Apple Mac.

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