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Teaching English in Luxembourg : I’m a Luxembourger and did my education in Luxembourg so I am well versed in German, Luxembourgish, English, and French (though I must admit that my French isn’t the best and would probably struggle with longer conversations). I am currently entering my third year of university in England with an English Language and Linguistics degree. I know that the Luxembourgish government requires teachers to pass the linguistic state exams in German and French as well as an
Landlady/building manager advice : Hi everyone! I am having some problems with my landlady/building manager and I wanted to get some advice on here before I did anything. So, we have been in this apartment since 2016. Mid-2018 the landlady started renovating the flats downstairs. In late 2018 the pipes burst because of the works and ever since then the water pressure in our flat has been awful, even after they fixed the pipes. Eventually (probably unrelated) the boiler in the kitchen went out a
Would I have to self quarantine for 14 days if I travel to Luxembourg? : Hello all, I have been in Luxembourg since March with work. I had to leave back to my home country but due to COVID-19 it was impossible. My home country lifted all restrictions and I found a flight as I need to pick up the last of my stuff to fully move to Luxembourg. Because I am the only person in my department I cannot stay home and my work requires for me to be in the office so I do not want to risk to stay in quaranti
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