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In a world surrounded by bad news, it may feel like an unhappy place sometimes. However, you can make a difference.
Technology can really enhance your language learning. Here are three free apps you can try!
1. Google Translate
Like many others around the world at the start of the year, I made a New Year’s resolution. I decided to try something different from the usual ones: to do more exercise, eat more vegetables, etc.
Recently I was watching a stand-up comedy sketch by a comedian called Trevor Noah, a mixed-race comedian from South Africa who often discusses important topics such as discrimination and racism.
Idioms are one of the hardest parts of learning a language. For those of you who don’t know, an idiom is a phrase which has a meaning, but the meaning is not clear from the words themselves.
Germans have a word wanderlust which translated into English would be ‘the desire to wander’. Nowadays the opportunity to travel is endless.
Like most people I know, I love watching television. When I was little, I would always look forward to watching a children’s programme on TV when I arrived home from school.
Basel is often referred to as the cultural capital of Switzerland, but what exactly can you do in this Swiss city?
1. The Rhein
Everyone loves travelling, right? Unfortunately, depending on where you want to go, money can sometimes be a problem … but not if you’re prepared.
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