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Hola! Que tal! I'm doing good, what about you what have you been up to?

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I was about to say the same thing or write a post asking what everyone's been up to, miss you guys, been quite busy lately but will definitely be around more often once things are a little quieter.

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Olga.Cygnel wrote:

I am really passionate about attachment parenting. I'd like to study at the Neufeld's

institute and understand even more of it and maybe teach and help others...


Sounds very interesting, I had never heard of attatchment parenting, I willhad definitely look it up! :D

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Jade.Xuereb wrote:

Hay mucho lugare qué estan bonito , mucho buen sitios y vistas

Suena genial! Hay algun lugar que recuerdes en especial?

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Phillip.Laplana wrote:

There was an episode of Captain N where Link and Samus (from the Metroid game)

had to help out on a mission. Later on, Samus removes her helmet, revealing that she's a girl. This took Captain N by surprise but Link was all "Yeah, uh huh, so what's the big deal?"

I wish I had a Captain Nintendo Power Glove... :(

Those were the times! I wish I had that glove too u.u

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Frederick.Dizon wrote:

I was not able to play the game before because I dont have the console.

:disappointed_relieved::disappointed_relieved::disappointed_relieved:

I hope you get to play at least one of them eventually!

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Me gustaría visitar España y me gustaría tener ideas de que sitios visitar.

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ikaymoreno wrote:

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PC games. :) And books!

I love pc games too but never owned a good enough pc

It's one of the things I spend on. :) I have super crappy phones because I don't care for phones very much but I like my games. I'm also not uber-set up but enough that I can play Skyrim and Diablo 3 without having to set everything to low or off. Hehehehe.

Sounds awesome! I think I might not be saavy enough, but I'll definitely try to build a gaming pc with help someday!

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Frederick.Dizon wrote:

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sounds like a great experience

Go to Carcar Cebu for the lechon experience. They have there a market that all the stalls sells only lechons. :grin:

Will do! Note taken ^^

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ikaymoreno wrote:

I barely remember the stroylines. :) Just that Link was mischievous and that the princess had a diamond-shaped balloon.

I don't remember much either even though I watched the whole thing as an adult in dvd xD

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Je cherche quelques bon films originellement en français pour maintenir un peu la langue. Ça fait un moment que je vois que des films en anglais ou en espagnol.

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Oxana.Salij wrote:

I love summer best because you can do much outside, like going to the park after a long day’s work. In summer it’s very nice to

go camping and sit next to a fire with a drink.

I agree, lots of fun in the summer!

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aaronhawk wrote:

I really like cold winters. I can sit around in my Appartement and zip some herbal tea. It just feels amazing. Or sit around and read

aand drink red vine. But then theres Winter depression. I dont like that. Im a person that needs a lot of sun so i guess i go with the tropical island kind of place. Not getting depressed there. So yeahaa haha. Im moving to India in 3 weeks so im gonna have a lot of sun there :)

Sounds awesome! I've never experienced a real winter myself but would love to

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edz.conde wrote:

In our country we only have rainy season and summer. Between the two I like summer (April - May) though I like most the month of

December because of the long vacation and the lovely atmosphere around us brought by the Yuletide season.

Sounds lovely! My country is a bit like you describe too and I like april-may as well

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Khadijah.Davis wrote:

Midwest spring/autumn and West coast winter or whenever it rains lol :D

I love the rain too!

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ikaymoreno wrote:

I know of the game though I never played it.

As for the cartoon, it was shown during the morning after one of the morning show for kids. each bit is like 10 - 15 mins long. :)

happy to hear to watch it! Those were weird cartoons but I loved them anyway xD

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Phillip.Laplana wrote:

I never had the privilege of playing the later Zelda games but the earliest ones were awesome.

*starts humming the 8-bit Legend of Zelda theme...*

Glad you got to play those! I got tofrom play most of them up to breath of the wild but got my switch stolen before getting everything in the game :'( xD

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When I said series I meant series of games because it's a saga and I was trying to imply all the games combined xD, my bad english. I do own the cartoons on dvd and like that too.

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Phillip.Laplana wrote:

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I'd really love to visit Cebu soon. :D

You should. Visit the great beaches and eat the best lechon. Haha

The best lechon... gawd... when I was there I had Cebu lechon whenever I wanted. My poor blood pressure...

If you had to have stayed long enough to feel at home, then the only other place I've ever called home was Colorado. If I had that year to do over again I absolutely would.

sounds like a great experience

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ikaymoreno wrote:

PC games. :) And books!

I love pc games too but never owned a good enough pc

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Dominican Republic, spanish is the official language and the one taught in public schools (there are 2 and 3 languages private schools) but I think they are just about to add english clases.

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I like May because it usually rains a lot where I live and I really enjoy rainy weathers, what about you?

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Phillip.Laplana wrote:

I'm passionate about reading. I love to read, though I haven't had much time to do it lately.

That's awesome! I wish I liked reading a lot more than I do because it really improves every aspect of a person's intellect ^_^

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It's my favorite series, as cliché as it might be xD.

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Jade.Xuereb wrote:

leosmith wrote:

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I can't for the life of me recall the languages as I should be

able to. Sometimes I think I learn the nex t and it pushes first out of my head. So now I try to cognate the languages together.

The trick is to learn a language to a high level (B2 or better) before moving on to another one.

Yes and to bother to use it! I was very lazy after I left school

same, laziness is killing my languages

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Sourabh.Kumar wrote:

My home is in India. apart from that i have visited Australia. It's an awesome place. <3

Both awesome places!

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Noman.Gul wrote:

I've only lived in Pakistan

<3

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Frederick.Dizon wrote:

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Sounds very interesting, I love the Philippines

You should visit sometime.

I really hope I will!

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Phillip.Laplana wrote:

Quelles sont les bonnes chansons françaises modernes?

ça dépend j'imagine du genre musical, il doit y avoir un peu de tout! ^^

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leosmith wrote:

I guess the question is how long do you have to stay somewhere for it to be considered living there? Does it have to be consecutive?

That's a great question and I guess it varies but for the purpose of this post let's say at least a couple of months.

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Frederick.Dizon wrote:

Just here in the Philippines. But I stayed in Cebu (still in the Philippines) for a year and they have a different dialect there.

Sounds very interesting, I love the Philippines

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James.B wrote:

I lived in Ireland for most of my life, but I previously lived in the UK for a few years and now I live in the United States. I've been to

lots of other countries though... including your home nation Elso! I went there for a wedding last year and it was absolutely beautiful.

Sounds great! Glad you liked it here, I'd love to visit the UK and Ireland.

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leosmith wrote:

Jade.Xuereb wrote:
I can't for the life of me recall the languages as I should be able to. Sometimes I think I learn the next

and it pushes first out of my head. So now I try to cognate the languages together.

The trick is to learn a language to a high level (B2 or better) before moving on to another one.

I will keep that in mind!

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Michelle.Batan wrote:

hiphop, contemporary

I love hip hophop ^^

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Aileen.Cortes wrote:

Being a minimalist, investing, hiking, kickboxing

Awesome!

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leosmith wrote:

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I'll try that xD hey how do you make that smiley in here?

There is a smiley button on the toolbar on top of the text box on desktop. It's to the far right. :upside_down_face:

 Thanks! Will try to find it!

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Aileen.Cortes wrote:

It's my rest day today so yey for me

sounds awesome! I need one of those sometime soon too ^^

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Khadijah.Davis wrote:

This is a late reply but my day was very

productive. It was 105 degrees here so I had to most of my work indoors, which was kind of boring. Hope you have a great rest of the week! :)

Productive days are the best!

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I loved the pics! You are all amazing

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Jade.Xuereb wrote:

We had friends over who speak very little English and refuse to speak it with us! So it was nice to be pushed into having to speak Spanish all afternoon. No new words but I was amused when my dad kept saying lunes lunes at Raul instead of luces ( Monday in place of lights)

  


Sounds funny and helpful, glad you had a good time speaking spanish!

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I've only lived in my country, Dominican Republic and have visited Haiti and the states.

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Michelle.Batan wrote:

Freya, Estes and Miya player here =)

wow that's awesome! I still haven't got the chance to play but some friends do and have sent me gameplays, love it

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edz.conde wrote:

I've done tinkerbel. That was when we had our personnel christmas party and our theme was cosplay.

I absolutely love Tinkerbell movies, bet you did a great characterisation ^_^

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ikaymoreno wrote:

My brothers are fond of cosplaying female characters and they're both tall, manly men. Lol. I had my daughter join once as Akazukin Chacha. :)

That sounds like a lot of fun! Haaha

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leosmith wrote:

Y'all might like these podcasts, even though they're dated:

https://findersgeekers.wordpress.com/

really enjoying these, thanksI!

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Géniales toutes ces chansons, merci, j'en ferai une liste! 

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Frederick.Dizon wrote:

Just two. Our Filipino and English. :disappointed_relieved::disappointed_relieved::disappointed_relieved:

that's actually great, I would love to speak Filipino, I speak only 3 languages myself so we're not too different in that sense ^_^

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Sourabh.Kumar wrote:

Fluent in four namely Hindi, English, Punjabi and Angika. I can also understand little bit of marathi.

Awesome! Those are some very interesting languages to know

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Olga.Cygnel wrote:

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Nine, five of them fluently. And some more

that I can understand a little bit but don't speak. :)

That's a lot. :grin::grin::grin:

To be fair, I grew up in a multicultural family so I spoke 3 languages since I was young. I didn't need to learn them all completely from scratch :)

And thanks to that, it was easier to learn other languages since there are many similarities in Germanic languages for example.

Still very impressive! Sounds great

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Aileen.Cortes wrote:

Bisaya, Filipino, English, A little bit of spanish - 4

Had never heard of Bisaya, willI definitely look it up

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leosmith wrote:

10

wow those are a lot, that's amazing

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Michelle.Batan wrote:

this is what google says

Michelle is a given name, originally the

French feminine form of Michel, from the Hebrew name Michael meaning "Who is like God?". :joy:

How interesting, love it

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Aileen.Cortes wrote:

I learned a few spanish words today like:

Donde - where

Dia - day

cansado - tired

hasta manana - see you tomorrow

hasta luego - see you later.

Great job! Worth a log as ikaymoreno said!

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Olga.Cygnel wrote:

Today I learned that you say "susIna" and not "sUsina" in Italian, which means "a plum" :D

I've probably learned more but it's hard to remember all the new words that I'm picking up.

I didn't know that I guess I just learnt something too!

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Bisexuals sometimes feel that way because in many cultures people don't believe in bisexuality, some straight people believe bisexual people are just closeted gays who are trying to "look better" for society, and many gay people think bisexual people are just confused or not brave enough to be openly gay or there might be jelousy or resentment concerning "straight priviledges" that bi people are perceived to have, when in reality some people just do happen to be bisexual and that's a valid sexual orientation in and of itself. Another thing is that some bisexual people think the community doesn't talk as much about the b than the g or l. There might be other things but those are the ideas i've come in contact with, I don't necessarily agree with these views and i'm not bisexual myself but I do fall under the lgbt umbrella.

Edit: there's also the idea that some people think bisexualityI is just promiscuity, or that they can't be faithful or commit or any other stereotype concerning the orientation.

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I had a tiresome day, which is why I was around much, how about you?

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I haven't travelled much and have only seen sunsets in my own country but I'm looking for inspiration 

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I never have, but I'd like to cosplay Shiek, from The Legend Of Zelda

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I'll try that xD hey how do you make that smiley in here? 

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I only speak 3 so far, all fluent, tried to learn japanese once but had to stop before I learnt much, now I'm trying to learn some basic Kreyol, but barely starting so I don't count it.

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Which one would it be? I think I would probably still go with spanish, my native language but that's probably a bias, I thought I'd see how everyone else felt about it. Would you stick to your native language?

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Phillip.Laplana wrote:

I've been to the United States (California, Colorado, Texas) and India (Mumbai, Bangalore). I've also thoroughly enjoyed the airports in Hong Kong and Singapore. :) Someday, I hope to visit Japan.

lots of greats places! I'd love to visit them all!

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Michelle.Batan wrote:

Dancing. :relaxed:

what do you like to dance to the most? I don't like dancing myself, but I LOVE watching others dance.

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Frederick.Dizon wrote:

I like to sing... in the bathroom. Or in a videoke room with friends. :grin::grin::grin:

sounds like a lot of fun ^_^ I enjoy singing too, but I'm so bad at it I try to avoid it

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Khadijah.Davis wrote:

Filmmaking, Acting, Screenplay writing, Guitar, Ukulele :) Traveling, Photography, Rescuing animals, Yoga, and Avocados!

those are a lot of great things to be passionate about, you sound really talented, I'm passionate about avocados too

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Jade.Xuereb wrote:

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Awesome! I'm passionate about eating too Leosmith :3. I love music but can't make any

myself would love to listen to yours Jade.

Edz.Conde I don't have any kids myself but I have a great time playing with my friends' kids!

I would live to write something in Spanish to surprise my Spanish friends but i am finding it tough.

it would be really awesome if you did! Maybe we can help here at the forum

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Greg.Jones wrote:

Mainly music on the alternative side, rock and metal are great, but the older bands are usually more my taste, I like ska and punk

bands too. My favourite though are generally bands I find interesting, ones which cross genres or add an element of comedy to their songs

Sounds like you have great musical tastes!

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Khadijah.Davis wrote:

I listen to everything except Country music. I do try to listen to country from time to time.

I like it from time to time too

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Sounds awesome! I've heard working at hotels is indeed a great way to start learning languages, seems you took good advantage of that

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Olga.Cygnel wrote:

English because of Spice girls :rolling_on_the_floor_laughing: :rolling_on_the_floor_laughing::rolling_on_the_floor_laughing:

hahaha I love their old music from the 90's nowadays, can't blame you!

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Bartosz.Jablonski wrote:

Japanese - because I find the English translations sometimes odd and hard to understand :P

Russian - neighbor language with a lot of common history and def interesting things to share, once you understand them (achieved) :)

those were two of the languages I wanted to learn the most

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Khadijah.Davis wrote:

Does sign language count. I wanted to learn sign language too! :)

I've always wanted to learn sign language and braille too! I'd say it counts

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I didn't have much time to study or be online today, so I was wondering what you all did and learnt in your respective languages.

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I haven't (referring to the original post's question) but it sounds like something I'd love doing

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I like all types of movie but watch animated ones the most, independent fiilm next, than anything that's cool

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Now everything makes sense xD

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I like all types of musical genres and thought I d see what you're all into

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Oui je suis à Saint-Domingue, J'ai des amis a Villa Vasquez aussi ^_^

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Oops I thought that by replying too a specifox message I would be quoting it, my bad

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It made perfect sense to me! Great job jaja yes that's pretty much what I meant!

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That's really impressive too, you've been to many of the places I'd like to visit myself, did any of those places stand out from the rest for you?

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Wow that's impressive, you must have had some bery enriching experiences. I love how you've organised your travels too. Which place would you like to go next LeoSmith?

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Awesome! I'm passionate about eating too Leosmith :3. I love music but can't make any myself would love to listen to yours Jade.

Edz.Conde I don't have any kids myself but I have a great time playing with my friends' kids!

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James exactly, how could I? xD

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How awesome Sabrina, mangu and queso frito are life! Haha

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I work as a translator so it has definitely helped there, but I was wondering how knowing many languages influences career as a whole.

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It's a weird movie, but I really like eraserhead if anyone's into that xD

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Loving the suggestions, will definitely check some of them out

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Lots of great places, thanks for sharing, which places where your favorite?

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I haven't in a while but would love to pick back the habit

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Just wanted to say I love dogs too, but don't know many breeds by name. I know pugs look adorable but their genetics may have been altered in un unhealthy ways? Just what I've heard though, I have no idea.

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I've only been to Haiti and the United states aside from my country (Dominican Republic), I hope I'll get to visit more countries eventually. For now, I'd love to be inspired by your travel stories.

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Como habra podido ver han habido muchas iniciativas para adaptar el lenguaje a los ideales de inclusion y representacion social, sin embargo, esto podria desnaturalizar la lengua. Que opinan ustedes al respecto?

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You've all eaten lots of good stuff yummy, Sabrina I'm impressed by all the dishes you'd tried including some of my country. I couldn't personally list the foods I like most because I love too many dishes ^^

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Love to hear what people enjoy doing with their time when they're not learning

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Sinon, comment allez-vous tous par ici?

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Really good info, thanks

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Any app that's good for learning languages on the go or that you can learn while playing? Japanese and portuguese particularly. Thanks in advance

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