This is London through my eyes. I am a foreign English teacher who studied the language and its culture for as long as I can remember. This is my fourth time in London. I had not returned for many years and found it yet more bewildering, inspiring and diverse. I feel even more motivated to keep learning and sharing with you all I have absorbed in its paths, stories and people.
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Shall we spend a evening out of cinema plus theatre with the Suburban Players? Love to share this performance with you. Sunday October 7 at 7pm. Are you in? If you confirm please I need you to pay or transfer the cost of the ticket well in advance so I can make the booking for all of us. Thanks for sharing!
Let's face it, the matter of our every day lives is of strange stuff made. When viewed apprehensively, when the strings of family are stretched taut over the Nabokovian abyss to nestle a rocking cradle, or coddle an aging parent whose mind is failing, what’s normal can quickly turn downright bizarre. An everyday word, say tree, repeated several times in a row loses its meaning and confirms the inherent estrangement of language when its devoid of convention.
Saturday 9th June at 9pm we'll be having another fabulous evening at the theatre with the Suburban Players. Should you like to join us, please let me know ASAP as I need to book well in advance. Look forward to sharing more theatre and English with you all. firstname.lastname@example.org
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