That´s the question!
Well I´ve just read Stephen and Anita´s blogs and I´m really impressed.
My goodness! Our dear teacher has style and class :-). And Anita and I have some many things in commom with!
Stephen, you´ll never bore me. Reading your posts makes me think in things that don´t belong to my little world. You just help my imagination flies away :-).
I have the same problem that Anita has: for me or to me, that´s the question. Sometimes I get all confuse about it and I often change the words order.
You see Anita, we have some things in commom with, apart from speaking English to ourselves( thanks God! I´m not alone in this habit ;-)) and the joy of being at a bookstore environment.
Oh, speaking is a big challenge for me. By now, I´m on holidays in my English course, so I don´t have anyone to speak English with me. Therefore I´m trying to put in practise the advice that teacher Jonathan has given us last month; to choose a character in one of our favourite movies and memorize his/ her lines, and then say the lines trying to imitate their accent. However, when you have the opportunity to speak English in a real situation it´s so exciting, isn´t it?
By the way Anita, I´m glad to know you´ve like my book tips :-). Once I´ve heard that in your country there are many wonderful bookstores. I bet there are indeed :-).
James, you´re really kind, thank you. I´ve never read any Harry Potter books. Well, I guess it´s time to give a go :-). I remember in one of your blogs you´ve mentioned a book that you´ve really enjoyed reading; Angela´s Ashes. I´ve listened to the Angela´s Ashes author´s interview at BBC World Book and I liked the plot of the book very much. I´ve watched the movie, which I thought very beautiful. Moreover, I´m trying to find the book :-).
Adri, Leila, Antônio, Marianna, Pari, Habooba, Hyoshil where are you?
Good bye for now,
Have good dreams,
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