Hi Amy and friends,
Just brief answer...
Amy, the star of Bollywood is handsome and thanks for your supportive words. I also think your posts were really fantastic! I'll show you a picture I have taken in the Indian Square in Aracruz city here in Espírito Santo/ Brazil. A gift to you who renewed me as a sudent after the failure in the OET test:
Rafique from Pakistan: You’ll certainly learn here and thanks for your advices on my son’s education including word toys, puzzles and games.
Chandrakant Patel from India Dahod: Thanks Chandrakant. I think I am.
posted by Mauricio from Brazil: Hi Maurício, I’ve really missed you but I understand because my father is also a teacher. Be generous with your pupils giving marks! ;-) You shoud see how I teach Math to my son. I always include all his friends in the problems to be solved in a funny way that he laughs a lot. He is good in math, he studied Portuguese, English and Math in Kumon school (do you know this method?) two years ago but he became so stressed with so much homework to do everyday that it was harmful to his health and I had to stop it.
Josie from netherlands: I’ll also include your authors in my list. I’d love to have those books in English you’ve mentioned. I went to Rio for work. My uncle is also a dentist and has a clinic there.
Silwal Kishor from Nepal: Nice to see my phrase “anger is bad for our beauty and health” sounds soppy to you. Irony apart, I’m not really angry, Silwal. With so many beautiful things in life here, how could I be? I just wanted to go there because I was sensitized reading an article about the lack of dentists in remote areas that people was even removing their own teeth. I have it still here. You can read it in this link: http://www.abc.net.au/health/regions/features/dental/default.htm
Naheed from Pakistan: Naheed, once you jump into the water of the Caraís Lake, you don’t have the desire to leave the place. The water is so warm and relaxing and you feel your hair and skin so soft!
Josie from netherlands: Hi Josie, it’s so good to know that my posts might refresh your Brazilian feeling being in another country.
Jarek from Poland: Glad to know you liked the story of the Monk and the Nun
Ernesto from Chile: Two volcanoes and a lake...It sounds beautiful that story too!
Farzan from tehran: Good bye, Farzan and thank you for your comments.
Josie from Netherlands: Thanks Josie. I rarely open my orkut but I’ll look for you. I’m interested in those books in English, especially the English course in DVD for children. I have friends whose husbands work in those companies, who knows they can bring the books for me?
Naheed from Pakistan: You understood exactly what I was trying to say with the picture of the moon. Thanks and good-bye.
Manoj Pandey from Bhopal,India: Thanks Manoj, who knows if one day I will visit India?Good bye.
Gogosky from south korea: Thanks for your comment and good bye
Hyoshil from lincoln: Hi Hyoshil, glad to know our children are similar. Yesterday we woke up in the middle of the night to watch the racing. What a racing! I bite all my nails (just kidding). Have you watched my surprise in you tube? The one with a broken arm is my sister. My son has caused the broken arm accidentally. He jumped over her in an unexpected way.
posted by : Thanks for your comment and for the overview in the India culture. Yesterday I watched a film about India, it showed Goa and fantastic dances.
Paco from Spain: Hi Paco, thanks for your comment. I haven’t had many comments from europeans so I appreciate yours very much.
Chandrakant Patel from India, Dahod: You are right. I have the google earth but I don’t know how to use it properly.
Ana Paula from Brazil: I also like Tom Jobim. I like that music too...”It’s better be happy than be sad, happiness is the best thing that exists, it’s like the light inside the heart, because the samba was born over there in Bahia...” Bye Aninha and thanks for everything. “Saravá”
Antonio from Belgium: you seem to be a caring father and your son smart. Thanks Antonio. It was good to have you with me this month.
Ana from Poland: Thanks Ana for your comments and support. I’m glad you liked my blogs.
Silwal Kishor from Nepal: you are really welcome here. Thanks and Good bye
Ernesto from Chile: Ernesto, most of the people, even from here, prefer going to the restaurant to have the pie.
Paula from Venezuela: Interesting to know about the similarieties between the both dishes. Thanks for sharing that with us. I didn’t know about that. Keep on writing here. I’d like to know more about Venezuela.
Naheed from Pakistan: Thanks again for your explanation, Naheed. I appreciated it very much!
Antonio from Belgium: It’s for a big family because it is served on Easter when families gather together.
Josie from Netherlands: Josie, once a friend of my uncle sent it by postage to him... :-)
Antonio from Belgium: Thanks Antonio, I’ll see this link.
Lucia from Italy: Thanks for your visit, I appreciated it
Myen from Vietnam: I’m happy you liked my blogs
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