Whilst on my year abroad in Paris, I’ve been working part time for a company called Babylangues. Babylangues employ native English speakers to teach English to French children. Today I’ve had my last session with five year old Benjamin, who I’ve been working with for eight months. In that time not only has his English … More Working for Babylangues
Salut à tous! I apologise for the big gap between this post and the previous one. A combination of visitors and uni exams has kept me very busy over the past few weeks, and I just finished this blog post then google chrome did a restart and I lost half of it! I feel a … More I’ve been busy, I promise!
Salut! I’ve been back at uni for two weeks now, and I’ve still got three classes that haven’t started yet. I have had an exhausting fortnight trying to sort out classes (at the appropriate time, in the appropriate office) because naturally the ones we signed up for weren’t all we thought they would be. The … More Le début du semestre 2
After the fastest three weeks ever at home, I’m now back in Paris. I got back the day after the unity march took place. I wouldn’t say that the recent events made me reluctant to come back, as I knew I had to return regardless, but I was glad to have been at home while they were happening. … More Back to ‘La Vie Française’
Salut! I’ve now been here for almost thirteen weeks- I can’t believe it! Paris is now cold cold cold, and so I’ve bought two snoods (both of which I thought were scarves at the time of purchase) and I’ve had to put my heating on (Bertrand the property manager suggested this wouldn’t be necessary but his cold … More 13 weeks (and 4 and a bit til I’m home for Christmas!)
Salut! Barcelona was AMAAAAZING. Tour Guide Chloe did a fab job of showing Anna and I around and we managed to see a lot in the time we were there. After getting a taxi to Paris Charles de Gaulle at 4am (which turned out to be very entertaining- there are a lot of people still … More Barcelona and a Babylangues update
First of all, I’m sorry for the gap between my last post and this one. I’ve been kept very busy by uni work, exams, my job and visit from the Bruce family! I loved having my family here. I think Mum and Megan really liked seeing where I walk to the metro and where I … More The time a French four year old told me I wasn’t a princess