A very useful French website I’ve recently discovered is Qui connaît un bon (Who knows a good…). All you have to do is:
Roughly we could translate the name of the show as Madness in the pastry shop although it is probably not the kind of madness one expects from the average baking reality (that we’ve been bombarded with lately). In my opinion, this creative madness gets closer to the genius type of madness and this is only one of the reasons why I have decided to share this tv show in here.
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After spending endless hours compiling a collection of free to use and share photos I’ve created this free presentation in order to help students with the Spanish speaking exam.
Warning! This post contains swearing.
Sometimes when you are in a foreign country or in a place where a foreign language is being used you can experience this phenomenon when a word or expression means something different in another language you are familiar with.
Some of the most recent cases I bumped into are:
Firstly. this fabulous frame that I found while I was shopping at Paperchase (damn I love stationary!).
How stunning does this location look like? Well… it is, in fact, a photograph of a picture. A massive one that makes you feel like you were actually there and that it is part of a fabulous international exhibition called The Maya – Mystery of the lost cities that it is taking place at the MARQ in Alicante until the 7th of January of 2018.
What a wonderful night we had last Saturday and mainly because of this:
The Eurovision festival is known among other things for its craziness. Insane looks, tunes, choreographies, singers… but the stunning performance that won the show had none of that. It was so pure and simple!
A PowerPoint with all the GCSE theme-based vocabulary included in AQA’s new specification (8668).