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Great coco 2007-03-09 12:30

Hola Sergio.

¿A qué mola ir con un trípode y hacer fotos como ésta?

Poco puede decir. Pero bueno, como dices: se puede mejorar.
Yo de entrada debería de aprender a manejarme con RAW.
Pero mientras tanto voy a disfrutar de fotos como ésta.

Un saludo y buen fin de semana.

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Old 03-07-2007, 08:56 PM
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Como equivocado ?
Te defendiendes muy bien escribiendo en inglès - mejor que Toni.
Asi solo tienes que concentrarte te mas en el oral.
Buenas tardes.
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Old 03-08-2007, 12:58 AM
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Let me in English.

Writing is a good way for learn a language. But only writing no one can really learn a language.
For me the most difficult is the listening. And these days that's what we should work.

But still we don't do.

Today we have been working vocabulary (but only about aircrafts).

Take care.
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Old 03-08-2007, 01:05 AM
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Why not try watching DVDs in English ?
Mikel speaks with an American accent from watching cartoons in English.

P.S. Estamos tristes, como Sergio y Oscar :-(
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Old 03-08-2007, 09:01 AM
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Why don't I do?
You're wrong: I do it. I watch dvd in English.

But it is easier for me reading than watching films: I can read anywhere. But I must be in my house if I want see a dvd.

I combine Disney's films with more serious films. And I know that I am far of understand all what I see, but at least I listen and I can improve my poor pronunciation.


But, even more important: you shouldn't be sad because probably in may I could enter in a firm. The school where I am studying has an agreement with Click Air (a low cost company) and probably ten of us would enter there.

Then, really there is no reason for be sad. And, also you must know, Click Air or any other company: when I would began to work in one of them I would announce it in TE.


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(y todo esto con acento de Burgos)
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Old 03-08-2007, 09:20 AM
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Jajajajaja.

The best of all the TE-messages in English is Carlitos' "burgalés" accent.

From my point of view, if my lovely neighboor is one of the best in the classroom, it should be a disastrous classroom.

Obviously, when I was learning English I watched DVD's of Futurama but, unfortunatelly, my English have a Catalan accent.

Take care and regards, Oscar
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Old 03-08-2007, 11:35 PM
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Me expique mal. Cuando lo escribi, Real Madrid venia a perder. Era por eso.

Sabes que Carla es primera de la clase en historia ? Le encanta.
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Old 03-09-2007, 08:38 PM
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Me alegra saberlo.

Historia es mucho que contar historias.
En verdad es dar sentido a otras "historias" más actuales, a nosotros mismos.

Un saludo.
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