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CultSurf is a place for English learners or those interested in Anglophone culture to gain more knowledge. From reading song lyrics to exploring American society, the content is growing all the time. Don’t be shy to comment and send me a recommendation of what you want to see on the site. I made this for you, after all!

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Blog ✏️ –

Read about my personal experiences, stories, plus some quick tips about English and other topics.

Adventures of Charles  🚀 –

Learn about regional English terms, phrases, and slang using realistic situations.

About Americans  🚩 –

Brush up on your knowledge about U.S. society and culture.

Lyrics “Explained”  🎤 –

Learn from and analyze random English song lyrics.

Em português  🆎 –

Para vocês que falam português e se interessam pelo mundo inglês.

At the Movies  🎥 –

Learn what movies have to say about society and culture in the English world.

the Actual English World  🗺 –

Exploring the world’s English-speaking nations a bit more in-depth.

Earth’s Face  🌍 –

Learn what makes the different parts within the world’s countries unique.

Videos 🎬 –

Watch videos that offer tips on English or elaborate previous posts.

Latest Posts

Dating Internationally – Interview from Relationship Matters

By Susan Rex, posted originally on Relationship Matters Welcome to an extra feature on Relationship Matters. it’s a chance for readers ( those who are married, in a relationship or single) to get to know and learn from other couples…

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Some Everyday Expressions about Cars and Driving – English List

Speed-racing, fast-flying, metal-clunking, oil-charged … these useful little machines called cars have a lot more to do with the English language than one might imagine. There are so many popular idioms and expressions that were inspired by these furiously fast…

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a pink neon question mark in a box down a dark hallway, asking questions without auxiliary in English

Contracting verbs with “to”, Wanna, Gonna, Hadda & more – Speaking Habits

There’s a dirty habit that English speakers have … okay, it’s not that terrible. Still, when many people speak, they have a habit of contracting certain verbs if they come before the word “to.” These verbs usually stand ahead of…

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