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The question "Who is your hero?" is a difficult one to answer; so many people have done heroic things that it is hard to choose just one.
Closed Circuit Television, usually abbreviated to CCTV, is everywhere in today's society. In fact, when we go about our everyday lives it is virtually impossible to avoid it.
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.
Every summer, many music festivals take place across the UK.
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.
Millions of tourists flock to London, the United Kingdom's capital city, every year.
Saint Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland. Saint Patrick's Day - also referred to as "Saint Paddy's Day" - appears to have become a worldwide phenomenon.
To anyone who isn't British, the name of this day probably sounds a little strange. Red Nose Day is an event which takes place every other year.
Shrove Tuesday, commonly referred to as 'Pancake Day', is one of my favourite days of the year!
Technology has become an integral part of our lives. It has transformed our lives in many ways.
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