girls who were abroad - u are lucky - I have never had an opportunity to leave... during my high school we moved and I took two State Exams - one of English and the second one of Typewriting, then I met my husband so going abroad was the last thing I was thinking of actually, it was about two months before my 18th birthday when we met then I finished my high school and started working with kids what was my dream so I had everything I wanted - a loving boyfriend I was planning my future with, a job I loved ( and still do so there was no reason for me to travel abroad...
Hey there, like Weroni said - happy all of you who can be abroad for a long or shor time. I was in Switzerland just for two weeks and that´s all. When I was eighteen (end of the high school) I really wanted to go abroad, but... My parents wanted me to go to University and they said that I can go somewhere if I don´t get to the Uni... So I had to agree... I got to University, so I didn´t go anywhere... And now? I´m with my "fiance" and he doesn´t want to go anywhere...but if he would like to go, we can leave this country right this second. I really wanna go somewhere, just for adventure, to know another culture, earn money, improve the language... Well, maybe sometimes.
by the way - when talking about going abroad - two years ago (actually, this summer it will be three years ago) I was about to spend two months in Greece as kids animator. My husband (just a boyfriend that time) wasn´t very happy about it but he knew it was my last chance to "see the world" so he accepted it. But guess what happened two weeks before my departure I broke my leg in aquapark so I spent summer lying and relaxing with "white boot" on my leg instead of spending time by the sea with kids And now? There is a family life before us - that´s exactly what I´ve always been dreaming of we both love kids - me and my dear husband, too, so we are about to enjoy the life in three
...and you never know weroni.We went for a week to Ireland last year to visit our friends and it was gorgeous trip.Michelle didn´t miss us at all.She was with my mother-in-law and she was really great.Our daughter even put on weight during that week
Hi etuska, I"m ok, my little one is sleeping so I have a time for myself, as my boyfriend is on work leave This is good topic, I am going to do state examination in English this spring, but my English is not as good as it use to be, so its great to do some practising. How are you???? Your english is peeerrrfffeeectttt.
Slovakia Itś not that hard now,when I have so practice. You have to be patient and motivate them. One of my teachers from UK told me that teacher has to entertain students to gain their attention.He/she has to be as an actor.
I think you need to have talent to teach. I was thinking about teaching children but I am so scared to do it, and I dont even know why. I guess its because I dont know how to teach them, or I think I wouldnt have any respect
Well,it depends on situation and I should also keep to the topic.For example when we learn new vocabulary about,letś say "Food",I prepare different games,pictures,songs,crosswords connected with this topic.
etuska: well, it´s a difference to have a trip that takes some days or weeks and to go abroad for longer - u know ;- ) I would love to make trips abroad with our kids and later maybe also without them But that won´t be very soon as we are going to build a new house and spend all our money on that
But I´ve got a friend in the Netherlands who makes trips with his family almost every month and he has two little kids Once they go to UK, then to Italy, they´ve also been to SK and he was surprised how mountainous coutry it is I had to laugh when we were together to the Bratislava castle and when walking up the little hill he became totaly tired and exhausted - he couldn´t almost speak and he told me they don´t have mountains in Holland and hills like that are called "mountains" by them
Etuska, as I said, you need to have a talent and be very patient to teach, especially teenagers. Well done, I envy you. Thank you for compliment. weroni, I have also friends in Netherlands, the moved there from UK 2 years ago and they always travel somewhere. I guess children will get use to it and take it as normal thing in their life. But sometimes traveling with small children or even only with one is so exhausted.