WHAT THE AU PAIR SAW
-what Slovakian au pairs think about British families.
-the idea of Bringing up children and working at the same time.
-is not Shared by Slovakian au pairs.
-they don’t Care enough about their children.
-do not spend Enough time with their children.
-don’t feed their children healthily.
-it’s a way Of learning a language and earning some money.
THE CAMINO DE SANTIAGO, THE ENGLISH WAY
-and a man gave him directions even before he asked.
-Pilgrims started to come to Santiago in the 12th Century.
-you just pay A small amount to spend a night in an albergue
-pilgrims who Take on the Camino expect absolute forgiveness.
-doesn’t take as long to complete as the other routes.
-as if he was In England because the landscape was similar to that
-he wanted to Experience a cheap walking holiday.
-he had Completed the Camino
DIGITAL AND TRADITIONAL TOOLS
-thinks Personal friendships are stronger than those made through the net.
-the power of Bringing people together in forums of discussion
-if they are Used alongside traditional forms of communication.
-combine the Best of both worlds by bringing our digital world onto
our real one.
-in the Non-digital world.
-He finds it Valuable if you know how to extract its benefits.
-the Internet may become the most powerful political Tool in the future.
TEEN SPIRIT: THE SECRET LIFE OF BRITAIN’S TEENAGE BOYS
-because he Has always dreamt of becoming a pilot.
-they have Mixed feelings seeing the adults’ reactions to them.
-a person That delivers the paper to people’s houses.
-their Relationship has changed and she now explains things to him.
-African parents encourage their children to use Language correctly.
-He Disapproves of their drinking and thinks they take no interest
-there is no Racist attitude to be detected among these children.
-Nas’s generation has been unjustly demonized.