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Fodor’s Travel – Great Website

Fodor’s  Travel Website offers a list of key phrases and its’ pronunciation in all major languages. Source: http://www.fodors.com/language/italian/ I am studying Italian for my trip to Rome. This Italian section is divdied into key sections: Overview Greetings Directions Shopping Numbers … Continue reading

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Do You Have A Bucket List?

t I think it is important to have dreams and ambitions. My Bucket List: 1. Visit Egypt http://www.egypt.travel/ Egypt has one of the longest histories of any modern country, arising in the tenth millennium BC as one of the world’s … Continue reading

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Learn A Foreign Language Free For Research Or Travel

Title: Learn a Language Author:LearnLanguage.Com Full Text & Source: http://www.learnalanguage.com/ The Internet, Online, 13/10/2014 Free Language Courses Online GERMAN ITALIAN GREEK LATIN FRENCH SPANISH CHINESE JAPANESE RUSSIAN TURKISH KOREAN HEBREW DANISH DUTCH ARABIC NORWEGIAN Sample Text – Spanish Learn Spanish … Continue reading

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Turn your commute into a classroom

Originally posted on Craig's Thought Spot:
“A mind needs books as a sword needs a whetstone, if it is to keep its edge.” ― George R.R. Martin (Photo credit: Nomadic Lass) A co-worker of mine suggested a great service…

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Sexy and I Know It!

Originally posted on Raffles Press:
by Lye Han Jun This is the latest installment in our collaboration with MediaCorp’s ilovebooks.com. Amid the buzz about the National Conversation, Lye Han Jun examines the perspective of (gulps!) a foreigner: columnist Neil Humphrey.…

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Dingle and Muckross

Originally posted on around the world in 18 days:
Wednesday was pretty much all occupied with driving to Dingle. We stopped off at a few spots, but the only thing/area that was interesting or noteworthy was the Poulnabrone Dolmen. Dolmens are…

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My love-hate relationship with Ryanair.

Originally posted on MISSMANGUE coaching empoderando a la mujer:
  My love-hate relationship with Ryanair. What I feel for this carrier can be defined as a relationship of love and hate. Love because it is one of the cheapest airlines…

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