Good morning girls. Aviril, I think, thatt in this case would by better to use past tense. So it would sound like this: ,,I nursed every two hours last night, (or at night)...my son Martin slept all night. But I had to wake up at 7....my eldest son Mario... Etuska, what you think, is it correct?
thanks kivec, "presne takto som si to predstavovala" - please translate this. I would like to write or speak English correctly. So I will be very happy, if you will repair me like kivec did. When I´ll write something uncorrectly, please repair me, please, please
duskaf thank you very much. This is fine to learn English this way. I was out with the children on the walk. It´s a nice day. Martin is sleeping now and Adam is looking on me and smiling. I am so happy I have him Duskaf, where are you from?
Norik I´m going to play with my daughter and read a book with her (about spiders)-it´s her homework for tomorrow,so I´d rather go now as I have a lesson at 7p.m
I don´t really feel like going there tonight but what can I do?-being a teacher is a hard job though.If I were a student ,I would find 1,000 excuses why not to go there,but as I teacher...I shouldn´t Have a nice day.Talk to you later
I think that reading is really important, you can also try those easy short books...me myself - when I came to england I visited mother´s bookcase and read ALL her lovestories - they were easy to read, short and not very difficult to understand... also the plot wasn´t very complicated and they were all happyends hehe read more than hundred of them...
Duskaf- I dont know... but my baby boy smiles at every doctor and nurse so they love him and smile back at him and then those visits are managable...somehow...only that waiting...the worst is hematology - you come, nurse takes his blood, then YOU go through whole hospital in the search of hemato-laboratory (you know Kosice hospital it´s a maze!!!)....when you finally find it (several steps with pram because the lift doesnt work and NOBODY helps) you go back to your doctor and wait till they call your name... I was the third today, came at 8 am and finished at 11am. Then orto.... And why? when Filip was 9 weeks old we had to go to hospital - he lost weight and looked really horrible... they found out he had salmonella (I still dont believe it) - nobody knows how he could get it, he was only breastfed....anyway, he has anaemia (that´s why hematology), high liver tests, abd also he is a bit late in movement- I think he is only one week behind other children - so we have to do Vojta´s method....but I dont do it properly....and all that because of that stupid salmonella or what it was....
Hi girls,I was so tired yesterday,I couldn´t manage to come here.I came from the lesson at 9:15p.m, picked up my daughter, read a fairy tale for her and went to bed finally.And when I woke up it was already morning I had so many plans what to do in the evening-cook lunch for today,translate one document...But i´t´s better like that.I can´t sleep 5 hours only. I wasn´t very happy after the lesson,because I planned it properly,but the result wasn´t that good ,but never mind.Maybe next week it will be better. Norik-hope all these visits at the doctor´s are of any use for your little Prince Take care and have a lovely day today
Hello. Norik - I don´t know how to write it, maybe you will understand - I´m sorry for your problems, but Filipko is very clever, I don ´t understand, now many children are doing Vojta´s method - but why? When we was to doctor, I had to wake him up and he was very lazy so he didn´t wanted to move up when the doctor hold his hands so she wanted me to go to neurology. But I said that he is only lazy now, and at home he nicely move up. And the next time when we was to the doctor, my son moved up very quickly.
Etuska, like you said, nex will be better.
Please, repair my mistakes, write me how it is correct, please. I wrote it 20minutes
Hello girls. Yesterday, I fell asleep with my children as Etuška. Norik I wanted answered you but I couldn´t. But now i do it with pleasure. I really can imagine like that visiting doctors look like. I hate it from the time when we had to visited doctors, many specialists because of our Danko was born too early, in 31 week of pregnancy. And we did Vojta exercice too, and I hated it as well. I don´t like a word hate and the only time i use it is with connection visiting doctors with my children. Because of that visiting We both spent lot´s of whiles full of sadness and crying. Instead of encouraging , especially a neurologist made us frighten by her prognosis that was horrible, thanks to God never come true. That doctor made be unhappy and so weak, after visiting her I felt likecompletely without any energy. And i said stop finally, we stopped it and didńt come again. Our Danko is healthy. So when we seldom have to visit doctor because of vaccination- I prepare my boys at home, but it is My husband who goes there with them. They never cry. Now I have to go, because my lovely daughter has just awoken.
hello girls, I haven´t been here these days because I had the worst translations ever sociology, girls, that´s the most terrible topic I´ve ever translated. When listening to one record my husband begged me to turn off that Hitler I´ve already translated the Firearms and weapons law, some technical things about a nuclear plant and various simmilar "interesting" stuff but this one was something I will never take again
Weroni - my worst translation was something from physics - it was more than 100 pages, I didn´t understand a single word....perhaps I should mention that physics was my least favourite subject at school never again...and second place belongs to the article about the importance of emotional attachment between animals and elderly people... I absolutely hate when a university teacher gives a translation of a book as a condition for a credit... and poor students studying andragogy have to find somebody who speaks good english to translate few pages about zootherapy even though they cant say one single word in english....but the teacher is working on his/her PhD and also cant speak english....
I think I am quite an optimistic person and usually I dont take life too seriously...and this approach I have also towards Vojta´s exercise... We do SOME exercise but not 3x a day.... l think that my son is only a bit later than other boys...but the doc doesnt listen to me...anyway my opinion is that doc sends you to all variety of her/his colleagues (or classmates?) - neurologist, hematologist, othopedist, usg, cardio, urologist & l dont know who else just because they need patients...patiens are money form health insurance companies.....so they say " its not sooo serious but visit that specialist, just in case".... so you go, spend half a day waiting only to hear that "everything is OK, dont worry he´ll grow up from it".... I could have studied medcine and be such a doc too! My result: I dont take docs too seriously they need me as much as l need them...
....by the way, yesterday I was at hematology and told my doc that I stopped giving my son Maltofer (ferrum) cause he had cramps and colic and his digestion was terrible... and she said that fine, his blood wasnt so bad and since Filip was just about to start with vegetables and "adult" food we would try this way - get some more ferrum from chicken meat, spinach, brocolli.... and to hear that I waited 3 hours exactly