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Most months I sit and craft an article solely with my readers’ interests at heart. Today, in Snippets, I am just poking irreverent thoughts at odd bits of news, in the same way I’d probably do in a bar if faced with good company and a lager and limejuice. Enjoy if you can, turn the page if you can’t! Two off the Lagarde List &ndash...

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So we all voted and hoped, didn’t we? And look where it got us. Probably because we voted with our hearts, our bile and not our heads! However, with another election in mid-June, perhaps this time Greeks can show they care about their jobs, their houses, their lifestyles (still not as bad as they could get) and their families&rsquo...

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“Mr Scroutzos, Mr Scroutzos, have you heard the news?” gasped Bobbos Kratsits, the main teacher and general factotum of the Scroutzos Academy of Eloquent English in Ano Ftocheia, as he ran into the principal’s office. Drachmophilos Scroutzos, who for years had resisted changing his first name to Evrophilos, but was now strongly...

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So Greece is voting once again. Probably the most important election we will ever have to face in our lives. Dependent on results we are either going to continue using the euro and feel some austerity for a while, or return to a much devalued drachma, watch all our savings go up in smoke and learn what real austerity means! Return to the drachma...

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I was rather thankful that Friday, 18th May, was a little cooler than usual, so walking from Lycabettus Hill where I had parked didn’t leave me as sweaty as it could have, unseasonably decked out in a suit, that day. I was deliberately early that morning, and en route to the Spenza Residence in Coumbari St, Kolonaki, for a reception hosted by the...

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So Greece is voting once again. Probably the most important election we will ever have to face in our lives. Dependent on results we are either going to continue using the euro and feel some austerity for a while, or return to a much devalued drachma, watch all our savings go up in smoke and learn what real austerity means! Over the past few...

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Why should you choose a course book carefully

The process of choosing the right course book is a serious task. More often than not the course book has been pre-selected by the Academic Director and we just have to make do with what we have. However, what we...

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English Language Games for the Classroom

By Jet Hiensch, Portugal Jet Hiensch, Dutch teacher of English as a foreign language, living in Portugal, develops English language games for in the classroom. All her games are focused on the oral skills. Her slogan is: Let’s get those kids...

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Presentation Skills? Seriously? (Part Seven)

An integral part of preparing and carrying out a presentation has to do with the selection of the appropriate software. Most of us would tend to use what is readily available: the software that is installed on the computer we...

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Dyslexia and Adults in the Working Environment

Dyslexia is a different way of thinking and doing. People with dyslexia can be successful if they work their tasks in their own way. They can learn if they have really understood the information they get and feel more in...

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