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Are these really English? ~ 7



The RED London Double-decker Bus is another piece of English history and tradition.

Buses go back to the early 1800s - drawn by horses until the ‘engine’ came along, but were still used in London until 1914!

The big RED bus as we know it, came into production in 1954, and is now used (not only in London) but in many major cities all around the world, though it is a piece of living-history that you will see everyday in London.
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Have a great rest of the weekend, and look forward to next week’s Blog . . .


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Are these really English? ~ 6

Sat 29

The London Underground (‘the Underground’ or ‘the Tube’, as it is also known) was proposed in the 1830s, building started in the 1854, and as the world’s first underground railway, it opened in January 1863. In-spite of the cold winter weather, after borrowing trains due to its popularity, it carried 38,000 passengers on her opening day ~ not bad for 1863, right!?!

In 1890 modernisation came in the form of electric trains, as we know them now -> no smoke is a good thing ;-)

Since then - of course - ‘the Tube” has expanded and now has 11 lines and carries over 1 BILLION passengers each year!

“Those passengers visiting “Wimbledon”, please exit at the ‘Southfields’ or ‘Wimbledon’ stations and then follow the signs ~ enjoy your strawberries while watching the tennis...”


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Are these really English? ~ 5

Fri 28

YES ~ written in Capitals ~ “Bangers ‘n beans” is definitely English!

The picture is a typical English breakfast (read more in my Blog entry http://robinlemare.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-259.html of eggs, baked-beans, bangers (sausages), bacon, fried tomatoes and/or mushrooms and some toast, of course.

‘Tis very filling, especially if you had a cereal, too! Rather than “you won’t need anything until it’s time for lunch”, nothing else will fit in your full stomach until that time - ha ha!

It is definitely a good way to get the day going, especially when you need a lot of energy in the morning.

Have a yummy brekkies ~ bon-appetite ...


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Are these really English? ~ 4

Thurs 27

Anyone for a cuppa? ? ?

Of course with a ‘Digestive’ biscuit or a piece of ‘Shortbread’ - see my Blog-series on English recipes to bake your own; http://robinlemare.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-350.html

“Tea” as we know it, originated from China to British India, where it began commercial culture in the 17th century. After being transported to England, firstly it was considered an ‘upper-class’ drink and the ‘posh’ folk could have their ‘Afternoon Tea’. Then slowly it started to become popular with everyone and is nowadays mostly drunk in a ‘mug’, although if friends ‘come over for tea’, then it is served in a cup and saucer ~ the proper way.

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Just my cup of tea” ~ this phrase is used a lot and means ‘something or someone just right (perfect) for me’.

I think it’s time to put the kettle on . . . who wants a cuppa?



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Are these really English? ~ 3

Wed 26

The good olde Red Telephone Box ...

Designed by a gentleman called Sir Giles Gilbert Scott , this is one of England’s most iconic-symbols. More modern-day versions are being used these days, but one can still see plenty of those ‘red boxes’ around town.

That was actually the main reason it was coloured RED, so it catches your eye and you know where there is a phone when you need one. Over the years, the famous Telephone Box did change colours a couple of times when new designs came out but the traditional RED was the preferred choice by the public ~ I just can’t see myself standing in a White or Green or Yellow box -> can you??

Many have tried hard but could never get close to designing a kiosk that would become worldly recognised and used on countless items of London merchandise and treasured garden ornaments etc., as Sir Giles Gilbert Scott did ~ well done Sir Giles ~ ring, ring ...


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Are these really English? ~ 2

Tues 25

What is Marmite?

If you don’t know “Marmite”, you haven’t lived - ha ha. Like their slogan, “Love it or hate it” -> it is absolutely GREAT (as you can guess, ‘I love it’) on toast in the morning at breakfast time.


Marmite” is very-English! It is a thick, very sticky, brown spread made from yeast extract ~ yes, that sounds weird ~ but it is yummy, yummy, YUMMY!

Yeast extract, which is actually a by-product of the brewing industry is vegetarian, gluten-free, and has a high nutritional content. ‘Marmite’ is popular throughout the UK, New Zealand, South Africa (and other countries), and is praised for its characteristically pungent flavour.

Marmite’ was found in the late 19th century by a German scientist, Justus Leibig. He discovered that when brewer’s yeast was concentrated, it formed a ‘vegetarian paste’ that closely resembled 'meat extract'. This extract was first commercially produced in 1902 when the Marmite Food Company Limited was formed.

'Marmite' gained popularity about ten years later when vitamins were discovered and their importance touted (attempt to persuade people of the merits of someone or something) to the public. Yeast extract is inexpensive and a natural source of B vitamins, which lead :Marmite to become a popular spread served in schools, hospitals, and to military personnel. Today, Marmite is fortified with extra B vitamins, further increasing its nutritional value.

If you can get hold of it, then do try it; “You’ll love it or hate it” ~ I LOVE MARMITE!


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English things ~ 1

Mon 24

This week we will be pondering around ‘English things’ ~ things that England is known for or may be even some things that you didn’t realise are from England and not the USA or other countries ...

As you can see in today’s photo/image; “fancy a pint old chap?” -> VERY English ~ a pint of beer and ‘old chap’ meaning friend.

I’m not feeling 1st class” -> no, it doesn’t mean a 2nd class stamp (although it does in a way), it means I’m not feeling in tip-top shape (not feeling great).

Elementary my dear fellow” -> more well known is perhaps “Elementary my dear Watson”, as spoken by Sherlock Holmes => meaning, that’s quite simple.

These and other phrases come from the good olde country ~ have fun using them ...


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Fun things 7 ~ Superb Sunday

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WHAT A ‘SUPERB’ SHOT!

That is a very spectacular sight ~ what great timing, right!?! I certainly would NOT want to be standing on the edge of that canyon!

Here is another stunning shot ~ who else dives ~ I love it!
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Hope you have a Superb Sunday, and I’ll see you next week . . .



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Fun things 6 ~ Super Saturday



Now THAT is a ‘hair do’! It reminds me of my friend “Salusa” in Florida ~ his hair was only about 15 cm long and his 5 ‘towers’ - as such - took a good 2 hours to get ready! How long do you think it took this lady to do hers?


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Fun things 5 ~ Fantastic Friday



Actually, it should be ‘Funky’ Friday ~ look closer at the picture ...

No, Virgin Airlines are not hiring older ‘bi’s (bisexual people) in 'drag' (wearing clothing of the opposite sex for fun or performance) ~ that is Sir Richard Branson dressed-up like a stewardess.

Apparently, he lost a bet and so had to shave his beard, dress like a stewardess and serve customers on one of his planes.


Now THAT is a sight for sore eyes!!


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Fun things 4 ~ Tremendous Thursday



OK, this one’s a laugh ~ “compact parking” is the way to go ...

Actually, it is a piece that a Chinese artist made ~ is does stand out, though I’m not quite sure what the ‘meaning’ of the structure is supposed to be (are you?)!?!


But how do I get my yellow car out of the middle? Any ideas? ? ?


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Fun things 3 ~ Wonderful Wednesday



Good morning ~ it’s actually a Wonderful WET Wednesday but yeah, we do need a lot of rain in order to keep the grass green during the coming hot months of summer.

Talk about ‘grass’ and ‘greens’ ~ “Anyone for golf?”

No, they’re not giant golf balls - though they do look like them! - these are at RAF Menwith Hill base in North Yorkshire - a special comunications and intelligence facility.


“FORE ~ !”


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Fun things 2 ~ Terrific Tuesday



Yes, we all know that the Brits tend to do ‘weird’ things on occasion. Well, here is another example ~ most shops/stores/companies might put an ad on TV but ‘Harrods’ nooooo -> promoting their 'Summer Sale', so let’s get out there and do it ‘LIVE’, it’s more fun that way ...


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Fun things 1 ~ Marvelous Monday



This week we're going to have some FUN ~ goofy pictures and comments to match ~ but they're in English, so they will increase your vocabulary, get your mind thinking in English, and we'll have some laughs at the same time...

What about this one? A fashion show with a bunch of sexy ladies and good-looking men prancing up and down the runway, flaunting their beautiful bodies is a common-thing to see. However, a ‘rat’? Okay, I’ll admit it looks cute with flowers on it back but what’s with the wink?

Have you been to one of these fashion shows before?

Checkout the funky Brits tomorrow ...


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“Your Daily Activities” ~ 7 ~ カンタンです。。。



This week’s theme of “Daily Activities” is such an easy and common-sense way (“no-brainer”) of improving your English in a natural way ~ see more on my Blog ‘Back to Basics

These are all simple everyday things that you already do ~ so, just go one-notch-higher and do them in English. Then you will start to realise -->> “Wow, speaking English is really easy!” => BECAUSE IT IS!


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“Your Daily Activities” ~ 6 ~ “英語だ!何をすればいい?”



TV / RADIO

Always or often having the television on (especially the Radio ->on an English station, of course) in your house/apartment/car etc. is good, as unconsciously your brain will be listening and absorbing vocabulary, phrases, common idioms etc.

It is also great for kids to grow-up with, as they (and you) will be “used to hearing English”, so your brain won’t be in-shock when someone talks to you -> “英語だ!何をすればいい?” ==> No, you will be used to hearing English on a regular basis, so more likely be relaxed and say: “Hello, how can I help you?”

This is another fun and beneficial way to add English into your daily life.


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“Your Daily Activities” ~ 5 ~ DIARY



DEAR DIARY ~

This is another ‘daily activity’ you can do, that is easy and very beneficial!

You don’t have to write a lot ~ just comment on a few things that happened that day ~ i.e.; what time you woke up, what you ate for breakfast (‘brekkies’ -> UK slang), what you did at work or at home, what you liked about that day etc.

STARTING is the scariest thing (see the saying by Steven King on my Blog http://robinlemare.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-375.html) but once you do, it becomes much easier.

Writing a daily diary is really good, as it helps with ‘thinking in English’ and ‘writing in English’ . . .

“Dear Diary,

This morning I woke at 06:30 - it’s raining :-( I exercised (back and legs) :-)
Wrote today’s Blog before doing some more baking (Organic India Shortbread) and writing for friend’s site. Looks like it will rain all-day :-( but it’s good for the land, as hot summer is coming soon.
“PING” ~ that’s the oven-timer ~ bye”



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“Your Daily Activities” ~ 4 ~ GREETINGS

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GREETINGS

I have mentioned this a hundred times (and will continue doing so until the very end), giving “greetings” to people is so easy, so benefical to your English fluency and without realising it, you already do it everyday.

Common ‘greetings’ may be ~ “Hello”, “How are you?”, “Lovely weather today!”, “Looks like it might rain later.”, “Ooh, you like that writer, too?”, “Yes, those strawberries do look good, don’t they!”, “Hope you have a nice day.”

Yes, you say things like these in your mother-tongue to your neighbours, people in the supermarket, in the gym or in the bookstore, and all without any difficulty or second-thought, so just do the exact same thing => IN ENGLISH!

Who cares if they answer you back or not ~ the most important thing is that it is SPEAKING PRACTISE FOR YOU!

Then, you will start to realise this -->> “Wow, speaking English is really easy!”

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“Your Daily Activities” ~ 3 ~ READING

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Besides my exercising everyday and liking to sing along to songs on iTunes etc, I also enjoy reading...

First thing in the morning, I will read a few pages of a Motivational Book ~ this gets me in a positive mode and my day starts out right ~ ! During the day when I am having a break from teaching or walking in the park or just having a quick ‘cuppa’ (cup of tea), then I will grab one of my many books and read a few pages ~ very easy to do, no pressure on time, very enjoyable, and very educational.

So, all of those factors PLUS this: reading out ‘aloud’, is a big, big point that I recommend to everyone aaaaaall the time. Reading aloud is;

Reading practise + Listening practise + Speaking practise ~> ALL IN ONE GO!!!

This is sooooo easy to do everyday - > even just a couple of pages, and it is sooooo beneficial!

Just another of the many and easy-to-do activities; Reading ~ especially Reading Aloud.

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“Your Daily Activities” ~ 2 ~ SINGING

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SINGING ~

So you want a better voice - me, too ;-) but you’re not that good - me, neither :-( therefore what helps? DAILY TRAINING & PRACTISING --> professional speakers and singers don’t ‘instantly’ become great =>> believe you me, they practise and practise and practise and ...

Of course, they also have a ‘trainer’ to help tweak those fine-points, in order to make them that much better.

My point ~ singing is fun, singing can be done anywhere and everywhere, singing REALLY does help your voice sound so much more natural! (read more on my Blog: http://robinlemare.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-358.html)

Therefore add this into your daily activities, as it is so easy to do and helps so much!


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This week’s theme is your “Daily Activities” ~ 1



“Your future is full of opportunities and possibilities. It is yours to create, to enjoy or to suffer.”

For me, (in no particular order) this relates to Health, Fitness, Wealth, Knowledge, Romance and a Lifestyle THAT I WANT.

The things we do “today” are the ‘base plan’ of what will happen to us in the future ... Whether that is exercising (as I am about to do), eating, studying, reading, singing or whatever it may be.

Doing something only ONE TIME will not make you great in what you did: writing one time, running one time, cooking one time, singing one time, eating healthy or unhealthy food etc etc ~ you won’t instantly become a professional writer or athlete or chef or super singer or healthy or fat (it works both ways), but with your persistence and continuous actions, that WILL help get you to where and to what you want to be; whether in your Health & Fitness, your English abilities or your singing ability etc.

And with that said, I am starting my day exercising, as that is my Goal and where I want to and WILL be ~

What things are included in your Daily Activities that will benefit you in your future?

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Wise Quotes and Wisdom Sayings ~ SUNDAY

Umph 6-9


* The only difference between 'try' and 'triumph' is a little “umph”.

* It takes a lot of courage to forgive someone…but it takes an even more courage to ask for forgiveness!

* A winner is a loser who never gave up.

* Care about what other people think and you will always be their prisoner.

* The Soul Has No Rainbow If The Eyes Have No Tears!


I hope you enjoyed this week's theme of great phrases, have a fantastic day and I'll see you next week ~


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Wise Quotes and Wisdom Sayings ~ SATURDAY

One drop 6-8

* If you think you don’t make a difference in this world, remember one rain drop raises the ocean.

* To the world you may be one person, but to one person you may be the world!

* Sometimes we need to go through the pain and mistakes to be able to appreciate and understand what we really value and want in our lives.

* You’ve gotta dance like there’s nobody watching, 
Love like you’ll never be hurt, 
Sing like there’s nobody listening, 
And live like it’s heaven on earth.

* There are so many people out there who will tell you that you can’t. What you’ve got to do is turn around and say, “Watch me...!


Have a superb Saturday and I'll see you tomorrow ~


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Wise Quotes and Wisdom Sayings ~ FRIDAY

Start 6-7
Read them twice, as then they will make an impression on you ...

* The scariest moment is always just before you start.

* You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great.

* Don’t expect a miracle; Be the miracle!

* Life isn’t an adventure that should be taken fast. Take it slow, live your life, enjoy the days you have because you never know when your days will be numbered.

* Tell those around you that you love them, you may not get another chance.



Have a fantastic Friday and I'll see you tomorrow ~



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Wise Quotes and Wisdom Sayings ~ THURSDAY

Woohoo 6-6

* Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving well-preserved, but to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, wine in the other, and still screaming, “Woohoo! What a ride!”

* 
Whenever you feel you will never see light, feel warmth or be happy ever again, just remember, somewhere on earth right now, the sun is rising.

* To some, an obstacle is an excuse to quit. 
To others it is an opportunity to grow stronger.

* Nothing changes if nothing changes.

* When “you” change, everything else changes.



Have a terrific day and I'll see you tomorrow ~


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Wise Quotes and Wisdom Sayings ~ WEDNESDAY

success-baby 6-5

Remember to read each one twice, in order to fully grasp the meaning ...


* Some people dream of success, Others make it happen.

* True Friendship Comes When Silence Between Two People Is Comfortable.

* People have very long memories, So invest in making yourself a good memory.

* It’s true we don’t know what we’ve got until its gone, but we don’t know what we’ve been missing until it arrives.

* When your mind says give up, Hope whispers "one more try..."



Have a marvelous day and I'll see you tomorrow ~


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Wise Quotes and Wisdom Sayings ~ TUESDAY

Never regret 6-4
Here are today's great Sayings ~ read them twice, so the meaning sinks-in ...

* Never regret anything because at one time it was exactly what you wanted.

* I moaned because I had no shoes, until I met a man who had no feet.

* Sorrow looks back,
 Worry looks around, 
Faith looks up!!

* Keep smiling… It makes people wonder what you’ve been up to. :)

* When you point a finger at someone you also have 3 fingers pointing at yourself, that means you must have a look at yourself at least 3 times before judging someone else.

* Better slow going somewhere, than fast going nowhere.

* Tough times never last, but tough people do.



Have a wonderful day and I'll see you tomorrow ~


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Wise Quotes and Wisdom Sayings ~ MONDAY

Power of Love 6-3

This week I will be sharing several Great Quotes each day ~ these will be good for studying-purposes, and great for some inspiration -> enlighten yourself ...


* When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace.

* Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no hope at all.

* It’s not about how hard you hit, it’s how hard you get hit and keep moving forward.

* Let us be grateful to people who make us happy, they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.

* When ending a day you should never say “I could have”, “I should have”, or “I would have”. At the end of the day you should always say “I did”.



Have a fantastic day and I'll see you tomorrow ~


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FANTASTIC Off The Beaten Track Travel Spots ~ 7 ~ Shrewsbury



Okay, today is the last of this week’s “Off The Beaten Track Travel Spots” theme. Today I actually thought about going further north (to the Isle of Skye) but I promised we’d go “South”, so I will save that glorious spot for another time.

Shrewsbury is a quaint English town close to the Welsh border. She has a lot of olde tradition buildings (see photo) and the friendly style of a small village. Even the train station, with its beautiful architecture (looking like an old Manor House), adds to the olde English image.

Talking about trains, you can catch a ride on the “Heart of Wales Line” that goes from Shrewsbury to Swansea in south Wales. It is only a single-carriage train and takes an hour and a half longer to get to Swansea, but it runs through some breathtaking countryside, stopping at very small (cute) stations along the way (on request-only).

Downtown there are many old Tudor-style buildings - museums, pubs, restaurants, shops, even homes - that all add to magical memory of travelling back-in-time. Don’t miss the “King’s Head Inn” ~ you can’t miss it, as each floor leans further out over the road!
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Shrewsbury is another of numerous travel-spots that are not so well known, but really deserve a visit next time you go to the UK.

I hope you enjoyed this week’s information that I shared ~> see you again next week ...


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FANTASTIC Off The Beaten Track Travel Spots ~ 6 ~ HELMSLEY



Helmsley is about 20 miles (35 km) north of York and is another of England's loveliest market towns.

It is situated on the River Rye and lies on the A170 road, 14 miles (23 km) east of Thirsk and 13 miles (21 km) west of Pickering. This is really the perfect English town - a large market square with a beautiful church and castle commanding itself over the town. (Don’t forget to visit Rievaulx Abbey, too.)

Helmsley shop
There are some good quality shops and eating places and it is a pleasant town to spend a few hours in.
Also, see the Walled Garden as well as the impressive castle - over 900 years of history are all within the walls of this lovely castle.
Helmsley Castle

The quaint town, surrounding sites and neighbouring countryside make this is lovely ‘Off The Beaten Track’ place to go to before or after a visit to special York.


Let’s go down south tomorrow . . .

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