Author Archives: Beth

About Beth

Beth is a language enthusiast and former EFL teacher. After studying Modern Languages at university, her love of adventure led her to travel all over the world. Now settled in sunny Brighton, she loves writing blogs to encourage people to visit her native England.

Things to Do in the UK in Autumn & Winter

Weather in the UK can be rather unpredictable and this is true in both autumn and winter. While autumn can have sunny spells, you’re more likely to need your raincoat than your sunglasses. As for winter, with an average temperature … Continue reading

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15 Weird English Phrases and their Meanings

English is a language that is rich with colourful sayings, phrases and idioms. Unfortunately, though, this can make it pretty hard to understand. That’s why we’ve listed some of the weirdest English phrases to help you get to grips its … Continue reading

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The 10 Best Cocktail Bars in London

It’s London Cocktail week, which means it’s the perfect time to check out the extensive range of cocktail bars in the city! But with hundreds of dodgy themed bars and enormously high prices, how do you choose where to go? … Continue reading

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10 Free Things to Do in Oxford

Oxford is beautiful. Oxford is historic. Oxford is inspiring. But, it certainly isn’t cheap! From pricey punting to age-old pubs that charge enormous amounts for a beer, a visit to Oxford can end up costing a lot of money. Luckily, … Continue reading

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Manchester named the UK’s most liveable city 2019

The city of Manchester has climbed 13 places in the global liveability index in the past five years. It is now the highest UK city in the ranking, with London landing number 48.  The liveability index measures the standard of … Continue reading

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All the English Internet Slang You Need to Know in 2019

The more time you spend learning English, the more time you’ll spend reading English on the internet. And, even if you’ve mastered English vocabulary offline, you might find yourself scrolling through Social Media and getting pretty confused. Why do people … Continue reading

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