On Friday we helped my husband's mother in the garden and to tidy her house up all the day because she wants to sell it, on Saturday we went shopping to Ukraine. We got up at 4am and came back at 11.30pm because the Slovak officers are lazy and they held as at the customs for 7 hours. On Sunday I got up early again and I had to do some urgent things to work and at 6.30 we travelled back to BA from PO and we went to bed at 1am
libeth don't understand what you are trying to say really
sharlotta, I think it is greaat for you to practise your English all the time, I was in NY with my friend, English teacher also, but she found out she couldn't speak as well as she thought, she got much better after few months
Yes, speaking is the most difficult language skill and I don't speak much English at school because I always explain grammar in Slovak and I translate, read,listen... but speak. I have some lessons of English conversation, but I realized that I feel uncomfortable as a student... I always want to take initiative and lead the lesson Professional deformation....
That's when I stopped and started to think it was time to change the job because I would go crazy soon...Teachers are teachers... Leto79 I don't think I'm young...I just think I have plenty of time to become a mother I'm afraid of many things...I'm really scared...
just a short good-night rhyme for our kids: Teddy-bear, teddy-bear look around. Teddy-bear, teddy-bear touch the ground Teddy-bear, teddy-bear switch off the light Teddy-bear, teddy-bear say: good night
If you have a teddy bear, you can show the actions while telling the rhyme
this is a really nice theme... i would like to have more time to speak or write some letter to natives to improve my english... i´m having a friend in germany, and from time to time, it§s really good to write something in german...