Personality Test: Where Should You Spend Christmas

It’s the most wonderful time of the year 🎶 The idea of a perfect Christmas is different for everyone… whether you love snow or hate it, prefer eggnog or hot chocolate, or love Christmas songs or hate them! Maybe you’re looking to see one of the most beautiful Christmas markets, or you fancy spending Christmas […]Read More

December European Traditions (that don’t involve Christmas)

In December, it’s hard to see anything but Christmas lights, trees and presents. However, there are lots of December European traditions that don’t involve the Christian holiday. We’ve picked out some of our favourites, which we think deserve a bigger spotlight at this time of year. Mari Lwyd, Wales A folk custom native to south Wales, […]Read More

14 Gifts for Language Lovers

If you have a loved one (or secret santa) who loves languages, you might be stuck on what to buy them. Here’s a list of gifts for language lovers to inspire your Christmas shopping. This article includes affiliate links 1. Languages T-shirt A t-shirt that can be useful in a number of countries. 2. French […]Read More

67 Xmas Greetings in 50 Languages: How to say Merry

If you’re travelling in Europe this Christmas, be sure to find out how to say Merry Christmas greetings to the locals! It is a holiday celebrated almost everywhere, so it is sure to be appreciated. We’ve organised them by European regions, and then alphabetically, to make them easy for you to find! Western Europe (7 […]Read More

8 Tips to Enhance Language Learning Using Technology (2020)

Here you will read about EIGHT great tips on how to effectively use the internet and technology when learning a foreign language, based on my experience. Most of you will agree that sometimes it can be REALLY hard to use basic traditional methods (dictionary, attending courses, etc.) during language learning without technology. Luckily, nowadays technology […]Read More

6 Things to Keep The Season Bright at Work

The days are getting shorter, office staff is thinning out as people start taking holidays, and either work is slowing down a lot, or for those in the retail sector, it’s getting out of control. It’s easy to get your Christmas spirit dampened a little by long work days, but it doesn’t have to be […]Read More

Lithuanian Stereotypes Explained

Even though Lithuania is one of the smallest and least known countries in Europe, somehow it still manages to have plenty of stereotypes floating around it. As with our other stereotype blogs, we are going to break down some Lithuanian stereotypes and facts Lithuania with hope you’ll get to know this little country a bit […]Read More

Geography Quiz: European Rivers

No collection of European geography quizzes is complete without a European rivers quiz. Some of Europe’s most famous cities are most well recognised by their impressive bridges and rivers. This should help in making this quiz a little easier… Let the European Rivers Quiz begin As always, let us know your results in the comment […]Read More

Christmas Playlist: Driving Home for Christmas

Christmas is a time to spend with your loved ones. Sadly, that’s not always possible. If you’re one of the many who is abroad on the lead up to Christmas, or for the whole of the festive season, it can be a little tough. However, listening to the right music to fit your mood can […]Read More

The Most Common Welsh Stereotypes Explained

Wales, a country full-to-the-brim with picturesque countrysides, unpronounceable city names, countless herds of sheep, and of course, their very own dish: welsh rarebit (ie. posh cheese on toast). It’s no wonder so many Welsh stereotypes exist… Although Wales may seem like a tiny country to most of you, the contrast in cultures, climates and people […]Read More