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American Culture – Super Bowl Sunday Posted by on Feb 1, 2018

American Culture - Super Bowl Sunday

Sports are an important part of a country’s culture and can tell you a lot about it. The most popular sport in the USA is definitely football. I’m not talking about the football that you see in the World Cup, though. I’m talking about American football. The biggest event of the year for American football…

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20 Great American Cities (Part One) Posted by on Jan 29, 2018

20 Great American Cities (Part One)

There are many great cities in the USA. From the capital of DC all the way to the glitz and glamor of LA, there are incredible cities all over the country. Most cities in the US have their own unique nickname, such as the Big Apple for New York or the Windy City for Chicago.…

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Shakespeare’s Cursed Play Posted by on Jan 25, 2018

Imagine actors and stagehands working on a play with such a history of misfortune that they won’t even speak the play’s name. In fact, it is such a source of superstitious dread, that to even utter the play’s name in many theaters can get you banished from the building. Perhaps this would not matter so…

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What If…? The If Clauses in English Posted by on Jan 18, 2018

From early childhood we dream of possibilities. We ask ourselves, and others, questions which begin with words like, “If only…” or “What if…”, each time considering a future with uncertainty, curiosity, and wonder. Every time we do this, we are employing what’s known in English as a conditional clause. A conditional clause is a type…

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48 Hours in Singapore (Part Two) Posted by on Jan 16, 2018

48 Hours in Singapore (Part Two)

With just 48 hours in Singapore, it’s best to spend your first day taking in the sights downtown. You can see the Merlion statue, visit the Gardens by the Bay, and explore Chinatown. For day two, it’s time for a few parks, museums, and more interesting neighborhoods. Check out the highlights of Day Two in…

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