Hello everybody my name is JESUS I want to practice my English Of course I can help you with your Spanish I would like to.learn to speak another languages let me know about my offer thanks have a good day
The day before yesterday, my husband left for the Netherlands on business, and arrived there today. He sent me this photo, Amsterdam Central Station. It seems like it is fine day today. Cheese and stroopwafel sound delicious from the Netherlands, so I asked him to buy some :)
Spring arrived two weeks ago. But we are having another big snowstorm here in Minnesota today. It's not right. Where is my perfect weather?
For that matter, where is my perfect life?
Forgive me. I digress.
I speak French at an intermediate level. I'm easy to talk to. And I could really use your help with my French because I make mistakes. Often.
Alors, c'est la vie. On n'y peut rien.
But mistakes don't matter.
Choosing to remain silent to avoid committing errors is a far bigger mistake.
Bon. J'espere qu'on peut parler.
To all Japanese willing to learn English with me, please message me in line stellam93
I am very friendly. I want to learn Japanese language, conversational and business level. Thank you!
When I decided to practice my listening in English, I had some trouble finding an efficient way to do that. I tried watching series, but that didn’t work for me. Then I found TED.com, a website where you can find videos about practically any subject and, since they’re all “TED Talks”, the person giving the talk must speak clearly, what makes it much easier for English learners to understand. I’ve never found a TED Talk longer than 22-23 minutes.
If you’re an English learner, give it a try.
Specially, if you’re a student (or have already finished your studies), there are lots of TED Talks whose content might help you to keep yourself up to date with your area of study.
Note: Most TED Talks have subtitles in many different languages.
I'm from Brazil and I want to talk a little about buying books in my country. After you finish reading this (if you want to read, of course) I'd like to hear from you as to whether it is different in your country.
I usually buy some books every year. Last year I was particularly interested in buying a hardcover book. I saw on an website from the U.S. that the paperback and hardcover versions had almost the same price. Then, I went to look for hardcover books on Brazilian websites and I realized that most books don't have a hardcover option, and when it does have it might be as much as threefold more expensive than paperback books.
People who usually buy books in Brazil often agree that they're very expensive, even the paperback version!
How is that in your country? Are books easily affordable? Is there such a huge price difference between paperback and hardcover version?
I hope to hear your opinion,
In Japan, a lot of cedar pollen is in the air from March to around the end of April. I have hay fever, so my eyes become itchy every spring. You can see some people putting on masks in Japan. A lot of masks and the medicines for hay fever are sold at the drug stores. I want the hey fever season to be over quickly.
Recently, I was super busy and did not have time to update my blog. So this entry becomes my second one.
In this morning, I just moved to Asakusa, Tokyo from Osaka.
I had time to take a look the popular temple in this area called Asakusa temple before meeting up with the real estate agent.
It was simply peaceful and beautiful:)
P.S. Does anyone view Sakura this year? If yes, where did you go and view? Please share your experience with me:)
And if you are not, please share your idea with me. So we can exchange our ideas each other:)
Have a nice day^^