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Since there're English-speaking people here why not have some practice? http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/standart/yahoo.gif
whatever your occupation is - feel free to join us in discussions, do not hesitate to bring forward your ideas and suggestions - if you speak English!

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what this discussion will lead to, I wonder...

let's start then

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Linka написал(а):

what this discussion will lead to, I wonder...

Just do not discuss The President Elections, please :)

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It's a good way to practice our English!!! Lets find something interesting to talk about

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Irina написал(а):

Just do not discuss The President Elections, please

:D
I've almost forgotten the language. Working with little children doesn't improve language skills. ((

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Linka написал(а):

what this discussion will lead to

Ok let's get started. Do you have a habit that drives your spouse mad? (My use of "spouse" is mere political correctness in case there are dads here some day :) )

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As 4 me my husband hates me to be standing not sitting while having a cuppa in the kitchen... but it's just because this way I can control the situation and quickly react to my kids' behaviour...

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Модератору:

прошу прощения! я совсем упустила из виду, что,хотя такая тема может быть полезной некоторому кол-ву людей, модератор, очень может быть, не очень обрадуется этому.
PS хотела в ЛС написать, но почему-то не отправляются мои сообщения :(

Отредактировано biggie (25-12-2010 23:50:05)

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my husband is special... he's always smiles & never get mad. Usually his smiles drive ME crazy.
& i see, that my child is like her daddy- she's smiles but I'm mad about her behavior. :crazy:

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biggie написал(а):

Модератору:

Ууупс! МОт тогда нам дадут "говорящего" модера?

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ksanka написал(а):

Ууупс! МОт тогда нам дадут "говорящего" модера?

http://s.rimg.info/f325950a4c405129073ea4913b1e50dc.gif
А переводчик же есть http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/standart/mosking.gif  От нашпрэхали здесь)))
(удалите потом,товарищ модератор)

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And by the way, Merry Christmas!   Even if you celebrate Xmas in January, I still send you my greetings 'cos "language is a part of culture".

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biggie написал(а):

And by the way, Merry Christmas!

My husband is really special. He's orthodox but celebrate X-mas today. He's from Vitebsk & there are many catholic people. I don't know why, but they prefere to celebrate X-mas on December 25.  :dontknow:
So I cook 2 X-mas dinners: on December, 25 for my husband & on January,7 for me.  http://i.smiles2k.net/plakat_smiles/ahuet.gif

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ksanka написал(а):

So I cook 2 X-mas dinners: on December, 25 for my husband & on January,7 for me

Right. celebrating it twice is fun :yep: , but if you also add up New Year holiday and our 'Old New Year', that's too much cooking/eating/drinking http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/standart/mosking.gif

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biggie, модератор не бельмеса на английском, так что вы тут не шалите, полностью вам доверяю! Старшего назначить?  :D

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Марин@ написал(а):

так что вы тут не шалите

а мы последуем старой английской традиции: о религии, доходах и политике ни слова.

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biggie написал(а):

our 'Old New Year'

:D
My daughter's birthday is January,14.

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ksanka написал(а):

My daughter's birthday is January,14.

That reminded me: my mother-in-law's b-day is Jan 7th )

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ksanka написал(а):

I've almost forgotten the language. Working with little children doesn't improve language skills. ((

I feel the same. I've found a good opportunity to practice my English with native speakers. Some american internet stores are having "life chart". So, it's such a fun to talk to people from customer service  :crazy:  I'm asking about different stuff, about crazy things - and they are still SO NICE!!!!! Sometimes I'm pretending to be crazy customer and they are so patient answering my questions :))) Try!!!!!

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Irina написал(а):

and they are still SO NICE!

nobody wants to get fired :): they have to be nice and patient.

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biggie написал(а):

they have to be nice and patient

I know... It's not too good to do this, but, by the way, it's there job )))

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http://www.studylab.ru/age2/holiday/kids/944.html
This is my biggest dream!!! Not especially this programm, but the idea!!!

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Irina написал(а):

It's not too good to do this, but, by the way, it's there job )))

Do you think you could be in their shoes? I for one wouldn't like to work there...

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Irina написал(а):

the idea!!!

Yep! the idea is super!

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biggie написал(а):

have to be nice and patient

they have to so often that it becomes they way they live

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biggie написал(а):

Do you think you could be in their shoes? I for one wouldn't like to work there...

I 've been working at the store at the USA, and been smiling to the customers all day long... I just got used to it...
If the manager finds you been rude to customer you'll be fired at the moment...
Sometimes, you're looking at the customer - and thinking - "you are such an idiot! and smiling just because of that :)"

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Linka написал(а):

they have to so often that it becomes they way they live

yes. anyway they are nicier than our people are.

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Irina написал(а):

anyway they are nicier than our people are.

the differenсe is that they smile because they have to, but our shop assistants smile when they want to, doing it in most cases sincerely

Отредактировано Linka (26-12-2010 16:18:45)

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what books, magazines, newspapers, web-pages do you read for pleasure and for educational purposes? (the answer presupposes those you read in English)

Отредактировано Linka (26-12-2010 09:49:56)

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Мне с моим французским здесь делать нечего.  http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/he_and_she/girl_sigh.gif

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