Meaning: when something is done ad nauseum / to the point of absolute exhaustion but without any results.
Although studying in Great Britain is by no means low-cost, British universities lure you with their top-ranking positions worldwide. Is studying in the United Kingdom worth considering with Brexit coming?
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One of the main events in any UK royalist’s (or London tourists’) social calendar is the ‘Trooping the Colour’ which takes place every year in June to mark the monarch’s official birthday. Here are five facts about the celebration.
Valentine’s Day – the perfect day for … To celebrate all things connected with love and romance we are bringing you one British bloger’s view on Valentine’s Day and lots of useful English language resources on the theme.
An expats perspective on Polish holidays We all love a day off work. I’m always fascinated by the articles in Polish media about how best to use your holidays each year – you know, the 1st and 3rd of May … Czytaj dalej
In today’s blog post, I’ll review the top five traditions from different parts of Europe, give suggestions about creative resolutions for 2017, and also give you lots of nice language for you to experiment with. Happy 2017 So, are you … Czytaj dalej
We have officially entered the festive season. Advent has started and the countdown to the end of the year begun. One of the most popular English carols to celebrate the festivities is ‘The Twelve Days of Christmas.’ The rhyming chant … Czytaj dalej
Last week saw elections in both Poland and the UK. While Poles were going to the polls to choose a president, the British were electing a new parliament. If you’ve been following the elections in either country in English, you … Czytaj dalej