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Music Festivals in the USA Posted by on Aug 2, 2018

Music festivals are a big part of American culture. These days, it seems as if there is a different music festival every weekend.  In this post we’ll take a closer look at music festivals in the USA and learn some useful English vocabulary for attending them. Types of Music Festivals American music festivals come in…

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Verbs and their prepositions in English Posted by on Jul 31, 2018

Hey guys! Are you doing okay these days?  As in many languages, some verbs in English require a specific preposition to come up after the verb in a sentence in a certain context.  But there is no need for alarm, you do not have to memorize any of them. All you have to do is…

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How Can One be Many? Posted by on Jul 26, 2018

In English, some nouns can be both singular and plural. Yes, I know, that sounds like an impossible contradiction. But, this is English after all, and English is full of such maddening things. In fact, to add to the confusion there are several types of these nouns! There are irregular, non-changing nouns, which have the…

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Asheville Day Two Video Posted by on Jul 23, 2018

Asheville Day Two Video

The second of three days in Asheville starts out with a cruise on the Blue Ridge Parkway and a hike up Mt. Pisgah. After a scenic meal at the Pisgah Inn, it’s time to explore the city’s River Arts District. Wind down the day with some craft beer and live music. Check it out in…

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The American Ghost Town Posted by on Jul 19, 2018

Did you know that, in the US, it is possible to buy an entire town? Recently, two friends managed to do just that. For $1.4 million, they purchased Cerro Gordo, California. It consists of 300 acres, abandoned homes, a saloon, a two-story hotel, a general store, a museum, an eight-bedroom bunkhouse, a church which also…

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