SOME NEWSPAPERS REALLY SHOW THE REALITY?

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Re: SOME NEWSPAPERS REALLY SHOW THE REALITY?

Post by reindeer » Thu Jan 01, 2015 5:05 pm

Right here, it can't be wrong place for good poetry Elisa. Tears get out from my eyes. Damn romantic.

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Re: SOME NEWSPAPERS REALLY SHOW THE REALITY?

Post by Elisa » Thu Jan 01, 2015 7:27 pm

A romantic crying :lol I didn't know you were so sensitive! Now I feel guilty {-;

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Post by reindeer » Thu Jan 01, 2015 8:49 pm

You don't need to feel it.
It's me who must be ashamed for I can never follow to the topic. My thoughts don't get along with any topic. I wonder if it Is a kind of mental disfuntion?

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Post by Elisa » Fri Jan 02, 2015 4:11 pm

I have the same problem. Probably we are different people but not necessarily with mental dysfunction {-:

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Post by reindeer » Fri Jan 02, 2015 7:39 pm

Elisa wrote:...but not necessarily with mental dysfunction {-:
Yes, I undoubtedly have it. Mumerous graMMar nystakes obviouslee indicate the problim.
p.s. you didn't answer to my question Elisa, why so?

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Re: SOME NEWSPAPERS REALLY SHOW THE REALITY?

Post by Elisa » Sat Jan 03, 2015 8:55 am

Not all questions have an answer!

PS: Make a fool of other people is like to use drugs or alcohol. Don't let you feel better. {-:

Today you taught me 2 new words. Thanks.

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Post by reindeer » Sat Jan 03, 2015 2:32 pm

Simple questions mostly imply simple answers, don't they, Elisa? Someone may will or not will answer them, but it's another question.
I'd just want to know, are you Elisa the singer, or that is another Elisa. You gave the link on 'Ideas and opinions', just before Christmas

As to making fools of others, it's not true. I mean that I never do it. Of couse, I can play fool, but for God's sake, it never imply to offend anyone!
Andrew

Which words did I teach you? Isn't it you who is used to permanently teasing me?

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Re: SOME NEWSPAPERS REALLY SHOW THE REALITY?

Post by Elisa » Sun Jan 04, 2015 9:35 am

Answer to your question: This could be a symptom of borderline personality . :!!:

I cannot speak for you but I don’t get along, or better, I don't take part in the topics because I don’t need or feel the want to do it.Anyway I like reading the posts because it’s a good exercise to make my everyday 15 minutes of English. I am very happy when I find a new song or a story because I learn many new words and I improve my general knowledge :-) EC is very relaxing for me. It is like reading the newspapers I find at the hairdresser.
I give a link when I find something I consider new, different or useful for other EC learners. Elisa’s (not me) songs are very simple and she sings in a good, simple English (I think) . I have discovered this singer only some months ago and I love her.

We have only one life and we have to use all the stratagems to make it easier and beautiful.

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Re: SOME NEWSPAPERS REALLY SHOW THE REALITY?

Post by reindeer » Wed Jan 14, 2015 4:03 pm

Hello Elisa,
recently I watched the video you had recommended to someone, ITALIAN IN 10 MINUTES - BEST COMPLETE GESTURE'S LESSON - by CARLO AURUCCI (I couldn't remember which thread I found your link at, but it doesn't matter)
That was a real pleasure! While watching that exellent little show, I tried to copy and memorize everything. Alas, my mind isn't well-organised, so I'll hardly be able to remember all, after a while.
Now, people look strange at me, when I try to help with my hands while speaking :-)
And now I am lost in thoughts: why Italian gestures look so exact and understandable, and the ones we use in Russia - vague and polysemantic?
Do you know why?

Andrew
p.s. I just tried to attach 'La tarantella.mp3', my composition, but it looks like it's not possible. Pity.

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Re: SOME NEWSPAPERS REALLY SHOW THE REALITY?

Post by Elisa » Sat Jan 17, 2015 5:30 pm

I cannot answer to you well... it was a joke:)

I come from the North of Italy and people here is totally different in character. Unfortunately we are not so fatalist and open.
I think that weather and, as Carlo said,their history are the responsible of their way of doing.
If your gestures look so vague and polysemantic it is probably because you use only the hands. They use all their body and, above all, eyes and mouth...so funny!

The same is for music. I love it because is joyous or tragic. They don't know "gray" (stereotype). Tarantella is a South Italian country dance (XVII century). We never listen to it but I think is OK.

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