Has to be the second . No one on planet earth cannot like pancakes
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I don't think I have any crazy combination. I like to put turmeric in everything even in sweet stuff. I also make crazy protein shakes when I don't have the time to eat. For example: vanilla whey, garlic, lettuce, beans, tuna, beet root and maybe some honey if I want to make it sweet.
You got it . I don't speak Korean, but I would love to.
Jess.PWinkler wrote:Alex.M wrote:
I played basketball proffesionally
I speak Korean
I don't like soy milk
You played basketball professionally? :o
Yes in the past unfortunately had some injuries so I decided to stop.
Speaking is always easier. A lot of teachers first try to teach in writing instead of speaking. But for me it was muche easier leqrning to speak then being able to read.
I used to do judo, then switched to karate then I stopped because of lack of time. I think judo was a bit too basic and more of a beginner martial art form , not really useful for self defense. Karate is better but for dangerous scenarios I would recommend jujitsu, krav maga , and muay thai.
Being in a foreign country and socializing, meeting people is always best. And always ask questions. Never shy away from asking how to say something. I learned so much that way.
The largest internal organ is the liver. It is also the heaviest organ, with an average of 1.6 kilograms (3.5 pounds).
The largest external organ, which is also the largest organ in general, is the skin.
I remember that was the final question in one of those million dollar shows
Portuguese: qual (what) e (is) seu(your) nome (name)
Hello and welcome! I see you listed Chinese - Cantonese as your choice for Chinese. Interesting choice - an error? Or a compelling reason why?
I am really interested in visiting China, since I was young I had a passion in kungfu movies and would like to watch them in original format.
Yessssss a native German speaker! Welcome to the forum :)