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I have seen Jerusalem twice in my life. The first time as a lower sixth A Level English student resentful of being dragged away from my mates to spend an evening at the theatre. The second time two years later, this time dragging my mate to the Victoria and Albert Museum to watch it huddledContinue reading “Jerusalem – Revisiting ‘the greatest play of the 21st Century’“
With five weeks until the next step in Britain’s roadmap out of lockdown, now is the perfect time to get to watch those foreign language films that everyone tells you are great but you could never concentrate for long enough to watch. Foreign films are great for if you want to practice your language skills,Continue reading “Five foreign language films to watch this lockdown”
A levels in modern languages are notoriously difficult. For non-natives it can be hard to attain the top grades when so many native or bi-lingual speakers take the A-level as an additional CV boost or easy A*. Nevertheless, taking languages can be incredibly fun and rewarding and will give you a skill for life thatContinue reading “A-Level languages: the keys to success”
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