F.F. Jensen

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I’m an Argentine-born Australian writer. From a very early age, I developed a keen interest in creative writing, both in English and in Spanish.
I have a degree in ESL (English as a Second Language) and English studies from Instituto Nacional Superior del Profesorado ‘Joaquín V. González’ (Buenos Aires, Argentina). I’m also a NAATI-certified English–Spanish translator (National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters Ltd, Australia) and have completed a Diploma in Web Development at TAFE NSW (Technical And Further Education New South Wales) Wentworth Falls NSW, Australia.
My work experience is diverse: I’ve worked as an ESL teacher (English as a Second Language) and an ELE teacher (Español como Lengua Extranjera: Spanish as
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“When life gives you lemons make lemonade” Or so says the famous proverb … Between you and I, I hate lemonade! It’s sickly sweet and reminds me of a home remedy I used to have when I had a cold. It gets a lot worse when served hot and sweetened with honey instead of sugar. … Continue reading On life and lemons… →
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