Have you ever been to an English speaking Country? 02.11.2013 um 23:27
I've been to London in 1999 and in Canada 1996. My grand-uncle immigrated there some decades ago. A very beautiful country! :lv:
Have you ever been to an English speaking Country? 03.11.2013 um 03:20
I have lived on a tropical Island of the West-Indies, where I also had the chance to speak English every day, besides the native creole "Patois". It was a GREAT experience in my life! But for years I had an English speaking neighbour so i was used to it… and my favourite Music was always sung in English. I had also the luck of being grown up in a bilingual "situation", then I've learned many other languages.
Cheers mates! :)
Have you ever been to an English speaking Country? 03.11.2013 um 23:53
I never even thougt about that, but i have not been to such a Country for long.
Only in London and Dallas, where we got into other planes. But I only stood in spanish and portugese speaking Countrys for longer. Oh, and Denmark and the Czech Republic :D
Have you ever been to an English speaking Country? 04.11.2013 um 10:27
Oh my god! :)
Besser listen to Dieter Bohlen and modern "talking"
Have you ever been to an English speaking Country? 04.11.2013 um 14:24
Before some years I've been for a trip to NYC. It was great experience but all my school English wasn't help me. OMG I still remember how we stood like idiots in a diner and almost not able to order a simple menue because nobody unterstood us. :D
But now some years later I would like to go agin...and I will.
Emigrate to the US? I think no. I like our safety and the predictability here.
But in some years I will be gone for one or two years ...for sure...to taste another life, know another people and cultures maybe...to come to rest in a place far away from big cities. Might be a horse ranch or something like that, maybe different places until I found the right one to stay a time or longer.
Have you ever been to an English speaking Country? 29.11.2013 um 21:11
i emigrated to ireland in 2004.
ever since, i made some career in my job, i made it up to the position of the deputy service co ordinator in a company, that looks after people with disabilities, who live in their own apartments or houses. should everything go it's way, i will make it up to the very top :)
but there is always a downside, my girlfriend lives in germany :(
Have you ever been to an English speaking Country? 29.11.2013 um 23:13
would you mind sending me a PN?
Have you ever been to an English speaking Country? 30.11.2013 um 15:13
I´m travelling around the world because of my job. I´ve been in a small town near Dublin, Ashbourne for about 6 weeks. It was very nice, but no chance to come around, working every day.
Then I´ve been in Peterhead, it´s the easternmost point in Scotland, well, I mean the mainland.
but this time only 10 days.
After that, jobs in europre for me were over, my company sent me mostly to the gulf region, i.e. Bahrain, UAE and Oman.
There I learned the funny versions of English..... :)
Indians an Pakistanis with very poor English skills.... shaking their heads when they mean "YES".
Also the pronunciation is very funny and sometimes it´s hard not to laugh.
Every time you tell them what to do, they say "OK, boss" shaking their head.
So, the main time I spend here (actually I´m living here temporary) in Dubai, almost no problems with English language.
I´ve been also in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Turkey.
The French are strange people, the know English, but just they just don´t want to speak. Turkey, absolutely no English, that was difficult.
And in Spain, Portugal and Germany, I didn´t have problems, because I know German as well as Spanish.
Also Italy was a little bit funny, we spoke slow Spanish, mixed with English and German..... :)
Have you ever been to an English speaking Country? 02.12.2013 um 09:56
to the US of A
since i was very young, only a few years old, i cant remember anything of this three week trip.
Have you ever been to an English speaking Country? 02.12.2013 um 16:51
USA, Fiji, Tonga, American Samoa, Neewzealand.
But I would not call it English. :D