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making friends and learning italian

Post by Anca » Sun Apr 10, 2005 4:29 pm

hi everybody i'm a girl 26 years old from Belgium . i would like to learn better italian i understand it verry wel . My mother live now in italy . Can anybody help me please?

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Post by disegno » Sun Apr 10, 2005 6:25 pm

Ciao Anca! Benvenuta al gruppo. Questo gruppo è perfetto per esercitare la lingua. Stai studiando la lingua? Frequenti le classi o impari la lingua da sola? Dove abiti in Belgium? Ci sono stata a Bruxelles tanti anni fa per un brevi periodo, quando sono andata in Italia per la prima volta per studiare là. Ho preso l'aereo di Sabina per arrivare nell'europa e poi ho preso il treno diretto a Italia. Mentro aspettavo per il treno ho trascorso un bel girono scoprire la città di Bruxelles.

Capisci quello che ho scritto? Non so qual'è il tuo livello...sembra che tu scriva bene in inglese quindi lo scrivo ancora in inglese anche.

Ciao Anca! Welcome to the group. This group is perfect for practicing the language. Are you studying the language currently. Do you take classes or are you learning the language on you own? Where do you live in Belgium? I was in Brussels many years ago for a brief time, when I went to Italy for the first time to study there. I took Sabina airlines to europe and then I stook the direct train to Italia. While I was waiting for the train I spent a great day discovering Bruxelles.

Ciao. Alla prossima. Melissa

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Post by Mindy » Mon Apr 11, 2005 2:54 am

Anca wrote:hi everybody i'm a girl 26 years old from Belgium . i would like to learn better italian i understand it verry wel . My mother live now in italy . Can anybody help me please?
Ciao Anca - and welcome to La Bacheca! :D

We'd be happy to help you learn Italian. Did you have any specific questions about the language? Feel free to jump in and start writing! Here are some (realtively) simple questions to start:

Sei mai stata in Italia?
Dove in Italia vive la tua mamma?
Quali altre lingue sai parlare?

A presto!
--Mindy

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Post by Angel » Mon Apr 11, 2005 3:01 pm

Ciao Anca e benvenuta.

We are all learning here, but there are some italians that help us a lot!!! (vi ringrazio a tutti loro :wink: )

The italian level of all of us varies a lot, just start posting questions, comments or write about any argument, we'll be glad to help you :wink: and do not be afraid to use your italian here :wink:

A presto,

Angel

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Re: making friends and learning italian

Post by keithatengagedthinking » Tue Apr 12, 2005 5:05 am

Anca wrote:hi everybody i'm a girl 26 years old from Belgium . i would like to learn better italian i understand it verry wel . My mother live now in italy . Can anybody help me please?

Ciao, Anca!?
Come stai? :)

What is your first language? Dutch or French? Not sure if this will help, but I have an online English-Italian dictionary. It is still a work in progress but it might be a helpful tool.

Ci sentiamo e benvenuto!! :)

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Post by teebay » Tue Apr 12, 2005 6:51 pm

benvenuta anca anche da un "native italian speaker".
sarò lieto di aiutarti, se ne avrò l'opportunità. amo molto il belgio, soprattutto la città di gent ( o gand, in francese, o ghent, in inglese).
uno dei miei migliori amici è fiammingo.

ciao e a presto,

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