It's a small world
Hello my beloved friends. Answers to you all. We can see the same moon wherever we go.
Ana Paula from Brazil: Hi Ana Paula. I’have never read this book but it will be in my list. It sounds interesting. You don’t bore me at all talking about books, Ana Paula and I am also a fan of VinŪcius de Moraes. I love his poetic songs of Bossa Nova. Have you ever heard “O Samba da BÍnÁ„o” or The Blessing Samba? I’m always listening VinŪcius while blogging. For this reason one day I finished the blog with “saravŠ”. Have you noticed that? Don’t worry, Ana Paula, I rarely have nightmares. I was just kidding with you about that dog. :-)
Judit from Hungary: I’m glad you have found fascinating the story of the Monk and the Nun. I’d like to know about your friend’s opinion on the hill and the legend.
Antonio from Belgium: Thanks Antonio. I still think they are organized and it was just a bad luck I had but I’m afraid I don’t need to pass through this anymore.
Naheed from Pakistan: Thanks Naheed for your, as always, supportive words to me. The name of the fruit is “caju”, it’s an Indigenous name.
Rafique from Pakistan: Yes, most of the photos were taken by me, except when I’m in the picture :-D and some pictures that the priest lent me (the pictures of the paintings inside the Convent)
Myen from Vietnam: Every dog has its day! But I’m lucky most of the time. I think something very good is coming because my life has been like that. I’m glad you liked the monkey story. That’s the reason I like to take pictures...no one would believe me :-)
Ela from Poland: The white hemisphere is the Cultural Complex of the Republic in the picture, it’s a museum.
Hyoshil from lincoln: Thanks Hyoshil, I’m looking forward to reading your posts one day as a blogger to see your lovely son.
Ehsernta from Hong Kong: hello Ehsernta, I’ve posted yesterday another dish from here. Take a look!
Pilar from Spain: My situation was rather different from yours in the test. I’ve managed to antecipate my arrival a night before to avoid being late so I was the first candidate to arrive at both times. What made me feel anxious was the disappearance of my test and the following happenings. At least you had a happy ending.
Aster yassine from morocco: Yes, I always have good time despite all the adversities.
Marianna from Slovakia: Hi Marianna, I don’t know... I think my strenght comes from God or from my faith. It’s wonderful to be a journalist, at least for a month! I’ve loved every moment of blogging. Oh Marianna, you are very funny, I think you would be a nice blogger!
Chandrakant Patel from India Dahod: Thanks. Yes, I’ve got butterflies in my stomach during the test but I don’t regret of anything. I have been learning many Australian techniques during the preparation for the OET and I had the opportunity to know dentists from other countries virtually. Well...I think nothing in life is in vain. Most part of the things I have learned in my life, I have already used at some time. The building is the “National Congress” where the congressmen are.
Silwal Kishor from Nepal: I agree with you. In my case the only problem was the organization of the OET.Thanks for sharing the news from Nepal with me. It’s rare a manifestation in my city like this. When rarely we have one, it’s not violent, only people walking along the street with flags.
Josie from netherlands: Hi Josie, Nice to hear from you. I’ve lived in Colatina once. My father was teacher at the University there and I have lived in Rio too for a short time. I understand why you’ve worked as a nurse being a gynecologist. My friend worked as a dental assistant while doing the tests in Australia but I cannot imagine myself not being the dentist. I think I would give my opinion...it would be a disaster.
Yvonne from Germany, NRW, Ahaus: Hi Yvonne, I think you would be a great blogger. Well, I’ve managed to include all the issues I wanted to talk about, making a plan for that before blogging and I have been following itsince the main aim was to make everybody feel as they were here near me watching and feeling the same things like me.
SG Koolipurackal from Ksa: You are welcome here. I feel happy with you here. Try to express yourself in words just the way you know and we will certainly understand and communicate with you.
Jarek from Poland: I am also sad because it’s ending. I’d like to stay here forever like Stephen in his column. Haha :-) I wouldn’t dream to compare myself with him! He is my idol!
Naheed from Pakistan: Naheed you are a devoted student, I admire you and I need your help again explaining about the urucum in your own words.
Chandrakant Patel from India, Dahod: The name of my city is Vila Velha. Look for it again and you will see it.
MARCOS SARMENTO BARCELOS from RIO DE JANEIRO: Hi Marcos, welcome to the blog. Here is the place if you want to improve the English language learning skill.
Ayesha from Pakistan: Thank you, you are very nice. Keep on reading and writing comments. We learn by communication.
Anders Glob from Denmark: Thanks Anders, your words really cheer me up, you are very nice!
Manoj Pandey from Bhopal,India: Manoj, I always get the fish very quick but I don’t have the patience to wait for long time. Unluckily, we don’t have Indian food in my city, as far as I know but I’m looking for it desperately because it seems to be just appropriate to my my taste.
Heinrich Stamm from Pomerode, SC, Brazil: Thanks Heinrich, you are really nice. I’d like to be as good as you are in English, you have a rich vocabulary, I’ve noticed that. Yes I had a not so bad experience when Paul (from the BBC LE team) wanted to explain me how the blogging system works...we were communicating by e-mail and when he said: Do you want me to explain by phone? I’ve got butterflies in my stomach, I think my face turned red due to the heat I was feeling and my heart beat so fast just to think of speaking to him. I think I feel more confortable when the interlocutor isn’t a native speaker.
Farzan from tehran: I’d love to visit your country one day but it’s a pie in the sky right now. I promise in the last blog I’ll show better pictures of me.
Myen from Vietnam: Thanks for the drink, Myen. I’m so glad you liked my meal. I hope you like the “Torta Capixaba” too.
A kiss to you all and to all who are trying to post comments. I hope to be lucky enough to read them as soon as the BBC LE publish them before my last day blogging here,
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