Doors and Doorways in Venice, Italy Travel

M and I celebrated our wedding anniversary with a short trip to Venice, Italy. It was my first trip ever to Italy and I fell in love with the beautiful canals, delicious food, and lively crowds in the city. It was a memorable weekend! Venice’s doors and doorways were dispersed amongst the streets and alleyways, and even along the canals. I had the opportunity to...

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Doors and Doorways in East France Travel

While studying in Ireland, I took some of my time off school to visit my friend in East France. We had the opportunity to travel to some of the most beautiful sights and I enjoyed my time there immensely. Of course, as usual, I took several photos of doors and doorways in East France and so I wanted to share them with you. Doors and...

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Photos from Venice Italy Travel

M and I recently celebrated our two year wedding anniversary and we decided to take a short trip to Venice, Italy to celebrate. We arrived from Paris on Friday afternoon and had the chance to wander around while it was still light out and not yet crowded (there were several cruise ships that were in the process of arriving and we tried to get a...

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Lately in Southern California Travel

Lately in Southern California First, I have to say that I cannot believe it is April already. How are we more than a quarter of the way into the year? Second, today’s post is inspired by Postcards from Rachel. I recently discovered her “lately” posts and loved them, so I wanted to do one of my own. So here it goes! + I’ve recently discovered...

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Weekly Wishes // April 2014 Eurolinguiste

It’s been a couple months since I’ve written a goal post, so I think I’m overdue to check-in and include a few goals specific to this month. And of course, there’s no better way to get back into one of blogging habits I’ve lost than participating in one of The Nectar Collective‘s Linkups. My goals for this year were to read 20 books that were...

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How to Choose Language Learning Resources Language Resources

One of the great things about technology, the Internet, self-publishing, and the rise in entrepreneurship is that we now have a plethora of language learning materials to choose from. At the same time, however, one of the most troubling things about the above is that we now have a huge selection of language learning materials to choose from and figuring out what works and what...

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Photos of St Patrick’s Cathedral Travel

In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, I decided to post a few photos of St Patrick’s Cathedral while in Dublin with my mom. I know I’ve posted an entire slew of travel photos lately, so I promise to write some things on language learning soon! In the meantime, Happy St. Patrick’s Day! St Patrick’s Cathedral Happy St. Patty’s Day! I hope you enjoyed these photos...

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The Many Doors of Ireland Travel

Today I thought I would leave you with a set of photos, one of many to come. I have an obsession with taking photos of a few things, and I’ll share some of my other favorite photo subjects with you soon. In this post, I’d like to introduce you to a new series of photos, a small part of my collection of doors. I absolutely...

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An Introduction Sociolinguistics and its Importance in Language Learning Language Resources

“Shannon Kennedy’s blog, Eurolinguiste, is one of those diamonds that you find by accident, but are glad you did. After I stumbled upon her blog, I followed and added it to my side bar of blogs I recommend you follow. When I asked Shannon to write a guest post, she mentioned that her expertise was in sociolinguistics. That sounded so interesting to me that I...

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