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Studying in the middle of a pandemic is extremely challenging for many. If you’re a college student and you’re struggling to maintain both your emotional wellbeing and your GPA, here are some simple mental health tips that might help you.
Ah, British Literature! From Chaucer and Shakespeare to George Orwell and Samuel Beckett things changed. Let's see how and why they changed!
Have you ever heard about misandry? If you didn't, I wouldn't be surprised since it's not being talked about enough. Shall we do that?
We can all agree that education is the root for both the blessings and the misfortunes in a country or in a person’s existence.
Language learning doesn't have to be a chore, or remind you of being a middle school student. Maybe exercise books don't go a long way in helping you become proficient in the language you want to learn, and that is perfectly understandable. As a rule of thumb, one of the best things you can do whenever you're trying to learn something new is to make the learning process fun, and that definitely applies to learning languages.
Do you have to search topic, and you do not know where to start? Have you run out of ideas where to look? Here are five sites that will make you graduate with flying colors!
The family is the one to plant the first seeds of children's behaviour, way of thinking and values. In what follows, I will present 4 situations where familial influence plays a key role in shaping a child's personality.
Ah, Celtic myths! One of the many fascinating worlds of mythologies...Would you allow me to briefly introduce you to the land of Tír na nÓg?
Japan has always been a marvelous mystery, especially for us, Europeans - and after studying Japanese, I can definitely understand why!
Vivaldi is one of the most known composers of all times – there’s little chance you’ve never heard of him.