Guy Fawkes Night and where to celebrate in London

02 November, 2016
Erin O'Neill

In Britain, November 5 is marked with celebrations of bonfires, toffee apples and fireworks. This festival originates from the story of a man named Guy Fawkes and the failure of a plot to blow up the Houses of Parliament in 1605. Read on to learn more about the history of Guy Fawkes Night, and discover where you can celebrate in London this year. 

When to use a comma in English

28 October, 2016
Erin O'Neill

Commas are one of the most frequently used punctuation marks in the English language- they’re also one of the most misused. Commas signify a pause between different parts of a sentence, making the meaning clearer and the writing easier to read. 

English vocabulary for legal practitioners

25 October, 2016
Erin O'Neill

Many people aspire to work in the legal industry- it’s a well-respected and diverse career path that can open doors to many professional opportunities. Studying law is the first step you need to take in order to set yourself on the path to becoming a legal practitioner. A law degree is notoriously difficult for most people, but can be even harder if you’re trying to study in what isn’t your first language. 

 

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