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Erkan, from Arad, Israel Emotion: wink
Lynnlin( Chinese name Lin)
From: China
Native languages: Chinese
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I live in Mumbai, India. Most of the people in India are multilingual. It is indeed fun, to be able to understand and even speak many lanugages.
BlueclownWell , humorous and interesting guy !!! Nice to meet you . So does anyone here come from The north or south Polar ?Emotion: big smile
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In fact, I try to keep my humour rather dry (regardless of how wet the weather gets)
BlueclownWell , humorous and interesting guy !!! Nice to meet you . So does anyone here come from The north or south Polar ?Emotion: big smile
Thanks ......

In fact, I try to keep my humour rather dry (regardless of how wet the weather gets)

I doubted, if North & South pole is advanced enough to have any Internet connection, as yet. Even if they have, I doubted, if they would bother taking their hands-off their pocket OR taking their gloves off to type on their keyboard, at this time of the year Emotion: wink
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BenitaI live in Mumbai, India. Most of the people in India are multilingual. It is indeed fun, to be able to understand and even speak many lanugages.

I did manage to experience this "fun" you mentioned, while being in France. How lovely to speak a foreign language WITH a foreign accent Emotion: wink

However, I wish if I could imagine this "fun" more often by being fluent in at least French & German. Emotion: wink
Hello there Bond.......James Bond!

What kind of experiences did you have while in France?
BenitaHello there Bond.......James Bond!

What kind of experiences did you have while in France?

Well, after getting lost, I was given direction in broken English, which was still very much appreciated, since something's always better than nothing. I managed saying "thanks for your help", "really appreciated", "have a nice evening", "good buy" in French, which was a music to their ears, since it's hard for them having Brits speaking French Emotion: wink

Speaking German was a real problem in Switzerland & Austria though, since my foreign accent, when speaking German was rather hard to understand, for them Emotion: sad But it was all fun & games. Emotion: smile
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Mmm, I'm from Bulgaria => mother tongue- bulgarian. Won't be surprised if you don't know of it. It's somewhere between Greece, Black sea, Rumania and Turkey.... oh and Sarbia of course.

Well I shall start off by describing our national traits. Bulgarians can be pretty welcoming, compassionate and diligent. On the other hand, we tend to make a fuss about everything, even the most petty things and we also envy other people for their prosperity (which is viewed as our worst vice). Our climate is moderate, our seaside is passable, and we take pride in our ravishing mountains which are most tempting at this time of the year, when their summits are covered in snow.

To sum up, Bulgaria is all right from my point of view. Even so, I shouldn't come here if I were in your shoes, 'cause it'd be exceedingly difficult for a foreigner to put up with the incessant risk of being mugged by some wicked bunch of gipsies or freezing to death on some of those wretched trams without heating...

PS: If it has occurred to you that I'm too harsh in my ridiculing my own country, oh then come and visit BG..... you'll come round to my way of thinking the moment you get out of the airport....
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