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Our Magazine is written by young people from the UK. Each year we select a new group of bloggers, from the British Council’s language assistants, who share their experiences of learning languages and living abroad.
When you were younger, a piano lesson may have ruined your day. Carrying a flute from class to class just for a half-hour lesson may have seemed pointless.
It’s something we do every day. We do it with our family and friends, we do it on the move, we do it whilst we talk and whilst we check Facebook and whilst we finish our homework.
I can live in France, right? I mean, it can't be that different; France is my neighbour; there is nothing but a little channel of water that separates us. Some people even swim across it.
'Do something funny for money' was a phrase coined by 'Red Nose Day' in the UK. But the concept is a growing phenomenon.
Eyes wide open, heart racing, body shaking, and grinning from ear to ear – I’m here.
In the 20th century everything changed for cinema. First came silent movies, then ‘talkies’ (films with sound) and then colour films.
The final instalment of the world renowned Twilight Saga, Stephenie Meyer’s Breaking Dawn, has recently been released as a two-part motion picture, the first of which arrived in cinemas in Novemb
When author J.K. Rowling had the idea for the ‘Harry Potter’ stories, she was on a delayed train from Manchester to London.
Floating through space on the the backs of four elephants, which in turn are standing on a giant turtle, the Discworld is Terry Pratchett's masterpiece.
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