Kivec,don´t mention "goulas"-I love it -yammy thing to eat
Michelle is still with my parents.We miss her a lot,but she doesn´t at all and she is enjoying her holiday in Slovakia.Next week she should go for couple of weeks to another grandma and then they will come together.Looking forward to it.
I have to fill in some more application forms,so I´d rather go now.Good night
Hi Etuska, I am also filling in an application form, but for my husband, I hate doing it, but this job would be fantastic for him, so the appl.form must be perfect! I am working very hard on it. He is busy with his present job, so I am his secretary now. And what is your husband doing,If you don't mind me asking, that he has to do night shifts?
And Weroni, it was really very nice accident with the Star. How is your little star doing, by the way?
hi girls Welcome Tanja Everyone writes to evyrone so feel free and ask anything you want to know. Kivec-my husband is working in a company which produces glass and makes windows,so far so good,althogh I think he has already experienced "sleep deficit"-I´m not pretty sure about that expression also in English In fact he is a graduate engineer,but has no experience,therefore he has to start from "the bottom",you know.
Weroni-thanks I´m not as brave as you might think How many times have I done this?Well,the big step in my life was when I decided to go to England(I was 19 at that time),then my decision to study at a university was next one,then I got married and had a lovely baby and had to finish university and now-this is pretty big change for the whole family.
I do believe God leads us and He will hopefully bless our next steps
Kivec-what does your husband do? Weroni-I´m quite happy about you that you realize how precious gift you have been given from Heaven not all mums are so thankful
Tanja-where do you live?Write us something about you.
hi girls thanks for answer,but me english is not very vell,but i want learn i live in south wales in Newport...weroni-i live in UK 3years and i still dont know english language very small speaking because i live with slovakia people and i dont know match english people...thanks very girl.....
Hello girls. I´am busy but thinking of you a lot. Itś birthday of our eldest darling Danko. We are going to eat lotś of ice-cream because weather is hot today. Iam looking forward to go out because all the day we were at home. Our little Filipko is shouting that he wants two straciatella ice- cream. Veronka has just fallen asleep. See you in the evening.
etuska-my partner working for tesco as picker,is very hard work but are good many..im in this moment wife in house and i have one baby one years old but i will must working for short time...i dont know write i corect?thanks very
Tanja,do you want me to correct your sentences?: "My partner workes in Tesco as a picker.It is a very hard work,but he earns(zaraba) good money.At the moment,I´m a housewife and I have one baby,one-year-old.I should work part-time.Thanks a lot"
I think,you should buy some children´s book with a CD,for example"nursery rhymes" and listen to them and learn them,or watch fairy-tales in English (rozpravky),because English there is very simple.
Hi girls, I've been busy all day yesterday and today, that's why I am joining you so late. Etuska, you asked me, what does my husband do. He is a head gardener at the clinic, where I worked, before I started my maternity leave. And he is about to start a video production business as well. He would like to do all sorts of videos (weddings, corporate videos, various events, etc.) But he needs a better payed job at the moment, that we can save some money for a better equipment. And Tanja, it's really good, that you joined this forum, I am sure, that Etuska can help you with your English. It can only get better now.
Hello girls. I can't sleep. All the time I see a special film that happened 7 years ago when my Danielik was born. He came too early- in 31 week of my pregnancy and he was so fragile. His weight was 1880 g. Iám so happy that he is healthy, that he is with us.
etuska Iam praying. I was reading the discussion of very unhappy young women. They lost babies and their pain is so big. They say: God ? No, God is not real. He couldn't look at our pains and sadness. I am praying. God is real for me and always will be.
That´s nice what you´ve written.I feel it the same way and I do pray He will lead us in this world as we are starting a completely new life abroad.I pray that our daughter would be healthy and happy and finally we could see her in few weeks.
I think,Iĺl go to bed,because it is already too late and I have to work hard to find a new job for me.
Although it must be not easy for you but I suppose you and your family manage these days and soon you will be together. Take care. I live in Košice so Iám near your the little sun not only in my mind. Good night. And have a nice time.
Etuska, I wish you good luck with your job hunting. Few days ago,you wrote, that you were waiting for a phone call from nursing home. They were supposed to let you know, whether they give you a job. Is there anything new? Have they phoned?
And Duskaf, I am also happy for you and your son. I wish you all the best.
Kivec-no.they didin´t reply.It´s a shame ,but they didn´t.I´m planning to start English courses for Mums and toddlers(non native speakers-Slovak,Czech,Polish...)And of course I´m filling in lots of application forms.Hopefully,Iĺl get a job soon.Have a nice day
Etuska, that's great idea about starting those English courses. Would they pay you for it, or is it volunteer job? Anyway, I think, that many women will be interested. It's very common, that "non native" mums don't speak very good English, as they don't socialize with native people very much.
Hello girls. We have just come from our garden. Our dad went to job, so we are at home. Boys have a fairy tale. It is quietly around me, so they are interested in watching. But soon Iam planning some activities for them. Etuska, that's really the great idea about English courses. I will keep my fingers cross. Kivec- thank you for your nice words too. I would like writing more but I can´t explain my feelings in Enlish. We brought plenty of nice apples from the garden so I must do something with them. Take care my friends.
Kivec-your English is really good,but if I notice a horrible mistake Iĺl let you know,I promise Well,I´d like to do both-voluntary as well as paid courses,as we are really short of money.I´m going to "Citizens Advice Bureau" next week and offer these courses,but I´d like to do similar ones at home,so that I can earn some money.
At the moment,I´m filling in an application form to the local college to offer them English courses for non native speakers.
Duskaf and what did you do with all the apples? We have one apple tree in the garden, and there are lot of apples on it,( not ready yet) so I need some inspiration, what to do with them. In Slovakia we didn't have garden, so It's new for me. But It's really lovely to have a garden.
Good idea. Not that i wouldnt have enough English at work and here in Ireland but its always good to practice. Few mistakes will be forgiven i hope. Just to introduce myself. my name is Jana as u can c and I am married. We've got 6 months old baby called Sebastian. U can also see some pics of him in my albums. so hopefully i can join u alll.