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Is this your first year in the US? Then, here is all you need to know about this huge American cultural event named “ The Super Bowl Sunday”

Is this your first year in the US? Then, here is all you need to know about this huge American cultural event named “ The Super Bowl Sunday”

Are you planning on watching the Super Bowl LIII on Sunday, February the 3rd? The New England Patriots (for the 3rd time in a row) vs. the Los Angeles Rams are facing off this year. Even if you’re not interested in the game, there are the many, many commercials to watch that will definitely be a topic of conversation in…

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Six common winter expressions to include in your English vocabulary

Six common winter expressions to include in your English vocabulary

Since it’s winter, for many of us around the country, the weather is wreaking havoc, or basically making a mess of everything. In honor of the season, here are some winter related expressions that you might hear people using: Snowed in – This has been happening in many parts of the country in the last month. When you are snowed…

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What you need to know about Thanksgiving, plus 3 turkey related expressions to add to your English vocabulary

What you need to know about Thanksgiving, plus 3 turkey related expressions to add to your English vocabulary

Once the costumes and scary decorations have been put away it’s time to prepare for the big feast at the end of November. Thanksgiving is always celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November. It dates back to 1621 when it was first celebrated at Plymouth Plantation in Massachusetts by the Pilgrims and Native Americans. They gave thanks for a good…

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Trick-or Treat! All you need to know if you are spending Halloween in the U.S

Trick-or Treat! All you need to know if you are spending Halloween in the U.S

As October begins you’ll notice orange everywhere, along with witches, skeletons, jack-o’lanterns, spider webs and ghosts as most people decorate for Halloween. It isn’t until October 31st but that means we have all month to stock up on candy for the kids and choose costumes to dress up in for the big day. Throughout the country towns and cities plan…

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Cultural training: 4 American expressions that you want to learn before this Sunday

Cultural training: 4 American expressions that you want to learn before this Sunday

It’s Derby Day this weekend! The 144th Kentucky Derby is taking place on May 5th at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky as 150,000 people come to watch. The Derby is a famous horse race that has become an American tradition, whether you follow racing or not. The 20-horse race lasts about 2 minutes and awards the winner 2 million dollars.…

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Travel Spotlight on Philadelphia

Travel Spotlight on Philadelphia

Philadelphia is known as the City of Brotherly Love. It’s a great east coast city full of museums, history, interesting architecture and great food. You might say Philadelphia is the spot of the official beginning of the United States of America since the Declaration of Independence was signed there and the Constitution was written there. You can visit Independence Hall,…

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