meggi, we can go out some time with our beautiful treasures and practise LIVE conversation, I miss it since my husband is gone, we used to speak English while we were outside with Nika and everybody was looking us, like if we were some strangers
veronice, tak v akom kontexte potrebujes, ako "elan"?
veronice: it depends on the context you want to use the phrase, can you give the whole sentence? it might be: enjoy life, enthusiasm, but depends. Thereore if you ask for let s say Slovak rozvod, in Englsh it can be divorce and distribution too. These are two completely different things. So it s better to know the whole sentence
alenka, not yet because my daughter is still a baby but I was in New York until my 7month in pregnancy and she seems to respond to English, she really likes English lullabies, so I keep singing them to her, I know a lot of them, and only few in Slovak, so shame on me
Hi! Kiwuska your English is pretty good. Where have you learnt it? Or are you English? I'm not thinking about having a baby in the near future but if I have a baby sometime I want him/her to learn English since birth.I've heard that one of the parents should speak just English and the second one just Slovak and they shouldn't mix it because the baby connects the language with a person.
Yes... And I hate English food, English weather, English architecture, stupid English system of separated taps for hot and cold water......I've travelled a lot but....England is the worst country I've ever been to...
I went to visit my boyfriend(my husband) and my brother who were working there. I stayed there for a month and a week. It was terrible. It rained all the time and he last week I stayed there I wasn't able to eat because I hated the combination of the sweet bread and too salty butter and all the frozen pizza, fish fingers, chips, hamburgers...I missed "tlacenka", our vinigar, sauerkraut, vegeta...