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So it turns out that Dublin does have cats!

In an earlier post, I lamented Dublin’s lack of a cat population. So far, we’ve been here since late April, and with the exception of a few kitties with a penchant for “purrkour”, Dublin seemed to be a largely cat-free zone. 313 more words


Phrasal Verbs: An Introduction

Phrasal verbs are often frightening for learners. While they are commonly used by native speakers, learners have difficulty understanding and using them. A phrasal verb is a verb comprised of a verb and one or two prepositions. 494 more words

Grammar Resourses

Why do you have stiff, sore Joints?

Joint health is affected by many variables. The medical community generally view joint pain or problems as structural in nature and on occassion this is indeed the case. 449 more words

Another step closer to September for Kerry and Dublin - Kerry v Kildare, Dublin v Fermanagh, 2 August 2015

Kerry and Dublin moved smoothly into the semi-finals of the All-Ireland Football Championship with emphatic wins over Kildare and Fermanagh this afternoon. Both games were very one-sided and although Dublin’s winning margin was a smaller than expected 8 points, the result was never in doubt and was embellished by two late Fermanagh goals. 691 more words


Clontarf Cricket

Spend lunchtime at the cricket ground today. Never seen this sport live in action before, but even with my rather rudimentary understanding of the game, it was certainly enjoyable. 35 more words


Make-Ahead Chia Pudding

Considering how many special diets are out there nowadays, staying aware of them all makes my head spin ;-) However, despite all the different reasons for each, they all share one thing: healthy eating habits. 355 more words