January is my least favourite month in the year. In England, Christmas has passed, the weather is rainy, cold, and dark, and summer feels like a long way away. People have spent a lot of time with...
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By: GraceL
"New year, new me" is a phrase you often hear in the UK on the first of January. It is very common to start a new year's resolution on this day. This can be to give something up, like sweets or...
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By: SteveM
Learning a new language and then spending time in a different country means that you spend a lot more time in your own head than ever before! Just think about it, how much easier is it to have a...
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New Year’s Eve is always a really exciting time of year. I love spending the evening with friends and remembering all the good things that have happened and all the things I have learned in the past...
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By: IainG
There are stereotypes about every nation and every continent in the world: They say that Mexicans are lazy, Germans are punctual and British people are forever talking about the weather.  In talking...
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By: KatieI
“If you’ve got the money ...” Now, you may or may not know that Jamie-T’s famous lyrics actually continue like this: “If you’ve got the money, I think it would be funny-oh-oh-oh, To take your girl...
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