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I·ATE Food Term of the Week: Churros

The churro is a dough based on wheat flour cooked in oil. Churros are usually eaten freshly fried as breakfast or snack, accompanying hot...

I·ATE: Taste Bulgaria

Here we come with a new series of I-ATE articles based on books published by different EU institutios that highlight recipes from each European...
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Video Fix: Intercultural hand gestures

Interested to find out more about how hand gestures can mean different things across the world? Check out the video below to find out...

Language and Art: Vehicles of Human Experience

  In simple terms, both language and art have the function to give expression to our experiences. Using the structural properties of the very language...

What does a “close friend” mean to you?

If you check some definitions, the term "close friend" can be understood as somebody who you can talk to about everything, who makes you...

African American Vernacular English in global pop culture

"African American Vernacular English is not standard English with mistakes". (Geoffrey Pullum, 1999) Most of us might have heard words such as "swag", "thug" and...

A-Z: E for Europeans

There are almost half a billion Europeans in the twenty-seven member EU, and they are united in their diversity. They don't speak the same...

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Different cultures have different ways of saying the same thing   You can’t have your cake and eat it too On ne peut pas avoir le beurre...