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New Xmas worksheets

More seasonal cheer for specific language points:

Xmas shopping roleplays (with typical phrases for shoppers and shop staff and lots of Xmas vocab)

Xmas food restaurant roleplays ( 82 more words

Teaching English As A Foreign Language

On missing Welsh

Don’t get me wrong– I love the English language. I‘m the typical English student- I read books more than I do anything else, and I‘m usually distracted during conversation because a phrase someone just used has started me thinking about some random Hamlet quote or something equally irrelevant. 634 more words

A festive (bookish) affair

On Saturday, 29 October the Daegu Global Education Center hosted a spectacular event for the city’s elementary, middle and high school students – a book festival! 317 more words


The Return of the American

To many, I suppose the year I spent in Germany would be considered a “Gap Year,” which is a popular term meant to say that you’re taking a brief sabbatical from real life and going abroad or doing a strange job that has nothing to do with what you’ve just finished studying. 972 more words


Venice - another way to do it...

Thursday 01/09/16

I’ve been to Venice before. 3 times in fact.

Here I am sitting on a terrace, somewhere near the Naval museum, scribbling on the only piece of paper I can find: my boarding pass (at least I was when I first wrote this post). 363 more words

Thoughts And Musings


It has been a frantic couple of weeks in Chile. So much has been crammed into just seventeen short days that I haven’t had a moment to take it all in, let alone produce a blog post. 1,878 more words