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  • What were the Troubles?

    21 July 2020

    From 1969 to the early 2000s, Northern Ireland was gripped by a period of unrest commonly referred to as 'The Troubles'. But how did this conflict begin, and...

  • Complain is Harmful To Health

    18 July 2020

    People Who Constantly Complain Are Harmful To Your Health Source: https://dailypositiveinfo.com/people-who-constantly-complain-are-harmful-to-your-health/

  • Scotland away from England

    18 July 2020

    Michael Gove responded to an SNP MP who told him that Scotland will leave the UK and find its own way. Please Support me on Patreon 😊: http://www.patreon.com...

  • krakow fort 4 fort nr 53 bodzow

    04 July 2020

    fort bodzow is on gora sikornik (Berg Sikornik) built in 1884.

  • Language club

    30 December 2016

    It is such a good idea to have a language club. Having had to re-learn English It was beneficial to attend a writing class with Headway, the Brain Injury charity in Glasgow. Being with other people. Collectively learning is fun

  • Cycling in Japan

    10 January 2017

    Cycling is such a pleasure. Slowly, carefully just plodding away It is great when it is icy and snowy the wheels crisping on the surface Winter cycling is fun Paths are quiet time to think to be alive

  • M-Pesa

    14 January 2017

    M-Pesa is an interesting concept. It is a great way for people to transfer money. A way to combat corruption. They use the phone to text a message This transfers money. Payments, wages, bills. Transferable. Accountable Traceable.

  • Seeing Scotland Again.

    05 April 2017

    When will I see Scotland? Never shall I forget the happy days I passed there amidst odious smells, barbarous sounds, bad suppers, excellent hearts, and the most enlightened and cultivated understandings. Sydney Smith (1771-1845)

  • Scotland is European

    06 April 2017

    Scotland is European, with its own sea access to the springs of European thought Walter Elliot (1888-1958)

  • English Language link after Duolingo

    20 January 2017

    This is a link Which has been given to me By the good Dutch Translators that have migrated here http://learn-english-forum.org/

  • Duolingo is imploding and is failing it's users

    20 January 2017

    The Crisis in Duolingo. Already it has been discovered That it is morally bankrupt It has had to reduce its services. Many users are now leaving. Many are saying "It is the end for Duolingo"

  • Which definite article with Dutch?

    22 January 2017

    If you are unsure as the gender of the Dutch word so as to decide as the article you can check at this site http://www.inventio.nl/genus/

  • Don Rosa illustrator of Scrooge McDuck

    22 January 2017

    Creativity comes from drawing so important to let everyone express through sketching doodling or a storybook Don Rosa from a young age drew and inspired many especially with his Finnish epic Sammon Salaisuus

  • A place for Duolingo translators

    20 January 2017

    After the closure of the immersion Many of the good translators Have came here http://communitytranslation.freeforums.net/board/1/general-discussion http://communitytranslation.freeforums.net/thread/2/welcome-bienvenue-willkommen-mes-amis I

  • A method for language acquisition.

    09 February 2017

    Eat doughnuts drink hot chocolate Sing and dance laugh with new words

  • A six-hour working day introduced in Sweden

    10 February 2017

    A Gothenburg retirement home tried this six hour working day as an experiment. They found the benefits of the trial were considerable The ideal length of a working day has also been the subject of debate in France

  • An EU application form is waiting for Scotland

    10 February 2017

    Scotland will have to join the European Economic Community once it leaves the United Kingdom All is fun and games as doors are closed and then opened again. But Scotland still remains in Scotland whether in Union or not.

  • Copernicus stolen in a heist last night.

    12 February 2017

    The De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium by Nicolaus Copernicus. was stolen in England among many other rare books that were waiting to fly out to America. They will be millions of pounds of those irreplaceable medieval books

  • David Beckham's private emails revealed.

    12 February 2017

    David Beckham tried to prevent private emails published. He used a legal super-injunction to prevent it. He not only used very bad language but also suggested that he did charity work ....... .......so as to be knighted by the queen and become a "Sir...

  • An accident in Auschwitz.

    11 February 2017

    Beata Szydlo the Polish Prime Minister had a car crash in Auschwitz was flown to a Warsaw Hospital for medical tests by helicopter

  • In progress

    10 February 2017

    Mon day ....The Moon day From Old French lundi , from Latin Lūnae dīēs , variant of dīēs Lūnae ( “ day of the moon ” ) . Tu es day "Tīw's Day", Týr , the God of the Norse i Wed nes day Th ur s day day

  • Campanology. The Dangerous Sport.

    13 February 2017

    Campanology Campanology is the study of Bells but also the art of bell-ringing Bell ringing could have you hanging from the belfry A very dangerous sport. The loudest musical instrument is the bell. campana , "bell"; (Latin) -logia is the study (Gree...

  • A rhyme from Gloucestershire

    14 February 2017

    A rhyme from Gloucestershire not quite a poem but more a rustic wisdom - " It isn't the man as knows the most as has the most to say, it 's not the man that has the most that gives the most away. This was given to me by DERGAUNER:

  • Duolingo now want to translate the White House site into Spanish

    14 February 2017

    There are more Spanish speakers in the United States of America than in Spain. Duolingo now want to translate the White House via a crowd-sourced independent vehicle. This happens shortly after Duolingo closed their own translation business idea.

  • THE FIRST REPORT from Katzenperson in the NEW YORK STATE

    01 February 2017

    It has snowed quite a bit; everything is covered in a mantle of white. And there are some feral cats in the neighborhood that are making a lot of noise — all night long. Combine that with the wind, and night-time here has been eerie.