Genre Of The Week: The Arctic By Ludovico Einauldi

The Arctic Ocean, one of the last untouched natural habitats in the world. Enriched with fish minerals, it is being eyed by many countries and private companies with their own interest. Despite the advantages of exploration, the Arctic Ocean is a key player in the process of global warming, for sheets of ice have been…
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In School In Germany: Teaching Beowulf And Old English- Introduction

Old English: one of the main origins of our language. Consisting of the languages of the Anglo-Saxons, Old English was first spoken by the Germanic tribes and consisted of words most commonly found in today’s German, English and some Scandanavian language. With the Norman Conquest of 1066, Old English transformed itself into Middle English while…
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The Six-Year Rule: Why A Job In German Academia Is Fatal For Your Teaching Career

Starting off this article there is a word of advice to anyone wishing to start their career in teaching English as a foreign language, let alone in general as a professor: German Academia is the place where teachers’ careers end- after six years, that is!  If one wishes to continue as a teacher, one has…
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Interesting Facts About Germany: Asparagus

Before reading this article, think of the top five foods you will find and most likely eat while visiting Germany. Many of us will associate Germany with sauerkraut (made from cabbage), bratwursts, various sorts of steaks (like the Sauerbraten and the Kasseler), various kinds of potato dishes and for desert, marzipan (an almond paste you…
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