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Little Free Libraries!

Take a book, leave a book- this is an initiative that is bringing communities together. The mission is quite simple: Promote literacy by building a free book exchange. This movement keeps books alive, endorses the love of reading and allows

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Speak to the world: Informal learning

Lose your inhibitions, find the child inside you and have fun with your English. Find out how informal learning can help you develop your English skills doing whatever you enjoy most. Find your passion! And follow it in English! Self

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Just do it! Don’t put learning English off anymore!

One of everybody’s new year resolutions is ‘This year I am going to learn English’. But it is true that this is a pending subject for lots of people. Jamie Keddie is an English teacher, educator, and storyteller. He uses storytelling

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Speak To The World: Dress Code

dress code

Jeans, sandals, strapless tops, T-shirts….should we be allowed to wear them at work? Tattoos and piercings….taboo or the new normal? Does your employer have a dress-code? Find out more on what to wear at work…. Self Study Before you listen

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Speak to the world: Meat – Less is More

Meat - Less is More podcast

Meat! Some people love it, vegetarians never eat it. But did you know that global meat production was responsible for more harmful emissions than all forms of transportation? Find out how eating more rabbit and less beef can help the

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