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When attending a job interview you might expect certain questions from the interviewer such as - "Tell me about yourself.", "What are your strengths?", "Why should we hire you?", etc. However, in recent years companies have been getting more and more creative with their questions. How would you answer these? Take a look at this article suggesting questions YOU can ask

Netflix have just released a new documentary - The Social Dilemma - which explores the rise of social media and its damage on society. Amongst the issues dealt with is social media's role in spreading conspiracy theories and fake news. So today we want to test you with a selection of news headlines. You have to decide - are they real

The Italian superstar is returning to cinema after an 11-year absence.  Loren stars in upcoming Netflix drama The Life Ahead, which is directed by her son, Edoardo Ponti. It will be the second film adaptation of the novel by Romain Gary, following a 1977 movie named after the main character, starring Simone Signoret. Following a premiere in Rome in October, the film will be

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Welcome to our online art exhibition marking the changing of the seasons from summer to autumn! Below you will find a collection of paintings and useful vocabulary to describe them. Enjoy! Katsushika Hokusai, Peasants in autumn, XVIII-XIX cent, Guimet Museum Details of the Painting (Title, Artist, Materials, Size, Location) The title is generally written in italics. You could start by defining the painting in

The ancient art of reading aloud has a number of benefits for adults, from helping improve our memories and understanding complex texts, to strengthening emotional bonds between people. And far from being a rare or bygone activity, it is still surprisingly common in modern life! Read more (out loud!) on the BBC website! πŸŒπŸ‘‡ https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20200917-the-surprising-power-of-reading-aloud

Don't worry! You can always make an omelette. You only need eggs and butter! Follow this easy recipe: Here is some useful vocabulary from the recipe: whisk - sbattere season - condire heat - riscaldare foam - schiumare sizzle - sfrigolare brown -scurire swirl - mulinare shake - agitare fold - ripiegare

So, What Exactly is Diversity? by Justin Fragapane In terms of the workplace, diversity refers to an organization ensuring thetalent pool they recruit, retain, and develop is a varied one. This meansmaking efforts so that everything from different races and ethnicities,genders, religions, sexual orientations, and abilities are all well represented within your walls.It’s also something that you should view as an

September is a great time of year to start learning a new sport! So let's look at some sporting idioms we use in everyday English to help give you a head start. These will really help your conversations to get off on the right foot! idiomsport of originmeaningexample sentenceacross the boardcardsequal for everyoneTen percent raises were given across the board.at this

A report from Binghamton University in New York shows that the full stop is "intimidating" to young people because they view it as a sign of anger.Linguistics experts studied the effect of technology on the way we use language. Dr Lauren Fonteyn said: "If you send a text message without a full stop, it's already obvious that you've concluded the message."