How I Started Learning Korean

If you are like me and the idea of learning another alphabet seems harder than climbing Mt Everest, fear not. It is possible! One of the perks of learning Korean is that it's quite phonetic. Once you learn the alphabet (hangul), you will be able to read in no time but not know what the …

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Campervanning in New Zealand: Northern North Island

There is no greater way to see New Zealand than hiring a campervan or car and driving around both islands. The roads are well maintained and there are plenty of camping sites around the country that will suit your needs. There are a handful of campervan hire companies and the one that we have previously …

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Friendly Friday Challenge: What was the last good…?

In this Friendly Friday Challenge, Sandy asks us to complete the thought “What was the last good …” . What was the last good …recipe I tried? https://www.recipetineats.com/slow-cooked-shredded-beef-ragu-pasta/ What was the last good....book that I read? What was the last good...picture that I took? What was the last good.. nostalgic song I listened to? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_jWHffIx5E So …

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How I Prepared For My French DELF Exam

You've booked yourself in for the language exam and now what? Language exams are great to officially test your level, motivate yourself or are needed for job prospects/requirements or university entrance. You probably are familiar with how the test will run- listening, reading, writing then speaking. Each section is timed and follows immediately from the …

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