Frederick.Dizon wrote:Doreen.Paurnia wrote:I never tried eating BALUT. Seeing the chick hair inside the shell keeps my stomach up and down.
LOL!! It scares me! Luckily chick didn't grin on that selfie.
Frederick.Dizon wrote:I will purchase a big lot, put a lot of aparments. Renovate our house. Repurchase our house in cavite. Buy my dream car. Haha
Good idea! I wish you the best to have a winning combination :)
Michelle.Batan wrote:In my opinion, the weirdest food we have in Philippines is BALUT. It is a developing bird embryo that is boiled and eaten from the shell. I havent tried it yet. :joy:
I never tried eating BALUT. Seeing the chick hair inside the shell keeps my stomach up and down.
If I won. I will invest the 70% through real estate, stocks market, businesses and insurance. The remaining 20% will goes to charity and 10% will be my budget for leisure. Travelling the world and building my dream house
Michelle.Batan wrote:Doreen.Paurnia wrote:Michelle.Batan wrote:lapit lng :grin: West plains ako :blush:
Nice malapit nga :) Kakatuwa naman. Anong language ang inaaral mo?
Japanese kaso wala pang hapones dito eh. baka magjapan nlng ako..charot haha :joy:
Hahahaha magandang idea yan Girl! Pero winner yang mag Japan mas effective talaga ung matututu sa mga native speaker no choice kana kundi salita ng salita nila
Phillip.Laplana wrote:Of the twelve crew members of the Enola Gay, only three of them knew exactly why they were flying to Hiroshima that day.
In the film Jurassic Park, the sound of velociraptors barking at each other is actually the sound of a tortoise while mating.
Italy's Mafia turns over $178 billion a year, accounting for 7% of the country's GDP.
leosmith wrote:Doreen.Paurnia wrote:Hello. My name is Doreen and I'm here to learn german language and meet new people. I'm doing my self study and started learning the basic deutsch words. I'm looking forward to learn more from here and eventually meet a native speaker that can be my language partner for speedy progress of learning.
Thank you Leo I'm looking forward learning from here :)
Jess.PWinkler wrote:Hello Doreen! Welcome to the forum! I'm trying to learn German too, you should really try the "Reading tool" if you haven't tried it yet! :)
Thank you Jess. Yeah I have started the reading tool and I find it awesome. I created a private passage :)
Hello. My name is Doreen and I'm here to learn german language and meet new people. I'm doing my self study and started learning the basic deutsch words. I'm looking forward to learn more from here and eventually meet a native speaker that can be my language partner for speedy progress of learning.
Hi, so i was studying about languages and found somewhere on the internet that there are some quirky side effects of learning a foreign language. The ones that got me are;
1. Your First Language Changes
2.You Empathize with English Language Learners.
What do you think? Is this true?
*Please add more if you think it is.
I’m from the philippines and learned speaking mandarin when I worked in taiwan. And there’s a time my filipino friends called me I automatically replied “Ni Hao” instead of Saying “Hello, kumusta”. The first statement applies to me. :smile:
leosmith wrote:GonzaloA wrote:GonzaloA wrote:she is the most generous celebrity
When I ask you to cite something, I mean I want you to post a link that confirms it. Cite is short for citation.Sheena wrote:Oprah?
She is probably more generous than Ellen, but I could be wrong.
I think so