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This is a simple conversation between a child and its Mother.

It is intended to practice the use of the first conditional tense and asking for something in return for something being done at home. 206 more words


A short history of money (and sweets)

The corner shop close to where I grew up was called Hawker’s. Really.┬áThere was a Mrs. Hawker and a Mr. Hawker, and one of the great pleasures of the week was to walk down to Hawker’s on a Saturday morning with a ten pence piece keeping warm in my fist. 935 more words

The Everyday


This is an English lesson focused on using the First Conditional and on the relationship between a child and his parent.

An example of First Conditional is: 840 more words


Your New Year Challenge

So yesterday I spent part of the day with my sister. We took advantage of us both having some time off at the same time – not always something we have managed to combine! 415 more words

New Beginnings

New Year, New Job?!

Good morning everyone! :)

Welcome back once again to the first Job Search Tuesday for 2016! There are plenty of opportunities available which are perfect for those looking to work while they study! 568 more words

Student News

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Pocket money tidy up...

I was (begrudgingly) having a post Christmas clean up today – you know, unwanted veg that had been hidden under the table (that could’ve been Daddy’s handy work to be honest, he isn’t a veg fan…), Christmas tree needles that have somehow ended up in your bed, tree chocolate wrappers hidden down the sofa, that kinda thing – and my 6 year old asks if I want some help. 228 more words

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