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Driving challenges

January 12, 2011

Driving here is Different. There are no roundabouts, as we know them. Instead, there are intersections. At these intersections, no-one and everyone has right of way. 271 more words

4-way Stop

US vs. UK Book Covers

I find it intriguing whenever book covers, whether to change it’s appearance for more readers to pick up their book or a lot of people prefer one book cover over the other. 145 more words

Book Covers

US vs. UK: Who Grades Students?

When I began teaching in the UK, I discovered that the word “grade” belongs on that List of Words That Change Meaning Dramatically When You Cross the Pond, along with “vest,” “pants,” and “rubber.” 1,648 more words


US vs. UK: Mathematical Terminology

I’m an American, born and bred. I revere the 14th Amendment, root for the New England Patriots [dodges rotten fruit], and can rattle off all 44 presidents. 1,659 more words


Conquering the Art of Driving in the UK

A long, long time ago, I wrote about taking driving lessons in preparation for my UK driver’s licence exam. (That is not a typo rather that is how… 1,158 more words

United Kingdom

My Reaction To Warm Eggs

Mom always told us not to eat the cookie dough because we could get food poisoning. But who listens to that advice?? I’ve probably eaten more cookie dough in my lifetime that I actually have cookies. 646 more words

Procrastipost #3

Wow, I’ve actually started to number these posts >.>

As you may have guessed from the title, I am procrastinating once more at a time when I should be studying for finals. 707 more words