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Petrol or Gas?

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As a native British English speaker, I’m always intrigued by expressions that American English speakers use. Sometimes it takes me a while to figure out what they mean! To get…

The Road to Culture

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‘Language is the road map of a culture. It tells you where its people come from and where they are going.’ Rita Mae Brown

Immersion Learning – Does It Go in Jumps?

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Have you ever noticed your English learning jump up in stages? Maybe it’s just me … but when learning Spanish in Central America, it would feel hard and confusing for…

Wonderful Wales

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I’ve just been to Wales. Wales borders England. The countryside really is magical! Wales is a place of myths & legends involving King Arthur, Merlin, castles & water monsters. It’s…

Quintessentially English

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We’re lucky in England to have lots of beautiful stately homes and parklands. They were built by rich historical landowners with very expensive tastes in architecture and gardening! Now, they…

The English Seaside

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I went to Hunstanton at the weekend (in beautiful Norfolk)! I had a great time at the beach in ‘Sunny Hunny’ even though it’s in England and rarely sunny 🙂…

English Language Immersion: Do it more – Learn faster!

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It’s essential for English learners to immerse themselves in the language: TV, film (without subtitles!), radio, books, chat or travel to an English-speaking country.  A swimmer improves by getting in…

Language Trips from Cambridge, UK

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Look at the photo! It was a grey day that day in Ely! It was still a great trip though it it’s only 15 minutes by train away from Cambridge.…

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