Husband arrived in Berlin the day after my program ended so that we could spend a week just enjoying Berlin together. Originally, we’d thought to go to Copenhagen for a
This (to the left) is a screenshot of an email I was sending to myself of things to remember to pick up at the store. For some reason, I still,
When teaching the English language, entertaining word #583 is ‘tender.’ Try explaining why you can use it to describe feelings AND meat.
Here, in the Czech Republic, “Mr. Clean” (as in the bald-headed cleaning man in the tight white t-shirt with the hoop earring) is “Mr. Proper.”
Funny little thing I noticed about Prague people… In my teaching, I get sent to various companies. Many of these companies are in buildings with many floors, and have elevators.
To say hello in Czech: Dobry den! (Doh-bree den)