Tips on dating an englishman

alentines Day is celebrated all over the world on 14th February. And when we are talking about love, how can we afford to forget about two of the greatest lovers- Pocahontas and John Smith.Pocahontas , an Indian Princess was the daughter of Powhatan.Covering everything from education and accommodation to public holidays and relocation checklists, they provide a comprehensive guide to expat life in 45 countries.The HSBC Expat Explorer survey interviewed more than 7,500 expat parents about raising a family abroad.

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Here in England, there is nothing more frowned upon than calling football, ‘soccer’.

It will surely go down about as well as slapping the queen in the face during her televised Christmas day speech or screaming “Lord Voldemort” at the top of your lungs on the grounds of Hogwarts. The Importance of the word “Mate” While the word ‘mate’ may be commonly used to describe animals getting a little frisky in the animal kingdom, it has a very different meaning here in England.

It was in April/May 1607 when the English colonists arrived in Virginia and began building settlements.

It was then that Pocahontas for the first time in her life saw Englishmen.

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