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Where rules and I disagree

During a routine planning session for my upcoming EFL lessons, I came across an article that gave some interesting advice for learning a language.

It said that the most important step you can take to become fluent in a foreign language is to NOT study grammar too much. 570 more words


Welcome to our blog! / T-minus 8 days...

Hi! First of all, thanks for coming to our blog. As you may or may not know, Charlotte and I are off travelling South America until the end of the year very, very soon! 124 more words

Leaving When Possible

Time has passed so quickly even though I don’t do much. It’s been a year since I’ve written here and even longer since I’ve written about what’s happening in my life. 504 more words


Birthday Bash, Baking and Bongo Drums!

Bonsoir mes petits pamplemousses!

I have gone a few weeks with no blog post, either through lack of photos or lack of time, but now I have no excuse! 1,444 more words

Becoming one year older, and wiser!

Yesterday was my birthday, so now I’m in my mid twenties. Nearly crossing the line to join the late twenties.

One year older hopefully means I’ve learned a bit more things. 418 more words


Idiom of the Week: "Best thing since sliced bread"

How can I start the week with food; it is a must. I am currently on a diet and I am missing bread (I have cut bread out *sad face*). 156 more words


What to expect in a TEFL interview.

At the moment, there are hordes of job advertisings for TEFL teachers in Chengdu. Because the new semester started in March, many public and private schools are desperately looking for English teachers. 937 more words