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Taking photographs has never been easier. Nowadays, we can take pictures using cameras, phones or tablets and upload them to social networks.
Have you ever heard of soap operas? They are fictional series on television or radio that follow a group of families and show us the events of their everyday lives.
Wherever you live in the world, you have probably noticed that the Football World Cup 2014 is taking place in Brazil at the moment.
Talent competitions are very popular on British television.
A cup of tea is almost a symbol of British culture. As a nation, we are well known for our obsession with this particular hot drink, especially if it it is accompanied by some cake or biscuits.
You’ve surely heard of Converse shoes, the American brand of basketball trainers. I have fallen in love with their Italian equivalent, a kind of trainer called Superga.
Britain is well known for its rainy climate.
This week, the "Giro d'Italia", a cycling tour of Italy, passed through the region where I am spending my year abroad.
Sometimes when I have a bit of spare time, I go to a newsagent’s to buy a new magazine.
Easter Sunday and Easter Monday are public holidays in the UK. As well as being a religious festival, Easter is also the celebration of new life and the arrival of spring.
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