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27 02, 2020

Eton Mess

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Read about Eton Mess English Dessert Hi, I'm Liza. Reading about British independent schools I got interested in their original customs and traditions. Today I'd like to share with you the sweet tradition invented in Eton College - Eton Mess. Eton Mess is an English dessert consisting of a mixture of strawberries, pieces of meringue and whipped cream. 

3 02, 2020

Harrow School

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What do you know about Harrow School? Hi, I'm Bogdan. Read about Harrow School, will you? Harrow School is a public school for boys in Harrow. Harrow  is a large suburban town in Greater London, England. Harrow is home to a large University of Westminster campus and Harrow School. Harrow School is located in Harrow-on-the-Hill. Harrow-on-the-Hill is a conservation area with listed buildings and Georgian

2 02, 2020

Rugby School

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What do you know about Rugby School? Hi, I'm Liza and I'd like to tell you about Rugby school, one of the most famous British independent schools. Rugby School is an independent co-educational day and boarding school in Rugby. Rugby is a market town in Warwickshire, England, close to the River Avon. The town has a

22 01, 2020

British Traditions

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Funny British Traditions Hi, I'm Ira and I'm interested in everything connected with Britain. I am fond of reading about British traditions. British traditions vary from the weird to the wonderful, from the traditional to the popular, and from the simple to the grand. I'd like to share some with you. Read and enjoy! Cooper's Hill Cheese-Rolling

4 01, 2020

British Independent Schools

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What do you know about British independent schools? Most children at independent schools are day pupils but there are boys and girls who attend eight hundred independent schools in the UK as boarders. They work, play, eat and sleep in their schools. They learn to live in a community and think of their school as

15 12, 2019

Birmingham UK Second City

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Birmingham Read about Birmingham UK Second City  Birmingham is commonly referred to as the nation's "second city". Birmingham is situated in the centre of the upland area in the valleys of three small rivers: the Tame, the Cole, the Rea. These rivers flow into the Trent, a big navigable river. The name "Birmingham" comes from the

15 05, 2019

Letter of Complaint: Dissatisfaction with the Treatment in the Shop

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Have practice in writing a formal letter. Write the letter of complaint: dissatisfaction with the treatment in the shop Your Christmas shopping ended up as a complete disaster. The sales staff in Ramsgate Computer World were slow, impolite and on top of everything extremely uncooperative. You have decided to write a letter of complaint to

10 05, 2019

Typical English Homes

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Elementary School Year 4 Speaking Speak about typical English homes. I'd like to tell you about typical English homes. Some English families live in flats, but lots of people have got their own houses. There are two floors in a traditional English house. Two or three bedrooms and a bathroom are upstairs. The living-room, the

8 05, 2019

Cheshire Cheese British Oldest Cheese

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Hi! I'm Diana. Making a project about Fleet Street, I read about the Cheshire Cheese tavern popular with journalists and writers and got interested in Cheshire cheese. Brief Facts about Cheshire Cheese British Oldest Cheese Dating back to Roman times, it is Britain's oldest cheese and is mentiones in the Domesday book of 1086. Domesday

7 05, 2019

Semi-formal Letter Visit to Newcastle

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Writing a Semi-formal Letter You are writing a book about the English way of life and customs. You have recently returned from England where you spent two weeks collecting materials and data regarding your book. Write a letter to Mr and Mrs Jones who were your hosts during your stay in England. Express your thanks for: