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    Intercambio lingüístico español-italiano/ Scambio linguistico spagnolo-italiano  Madrid, Spain| by Carlito HF
    Hola a todos! Me gustaría poder practicar italiano porque es un idioma que me encanta y que aprendí hace un par de años gracias a una estancia Erasmus de 1 año en Roma. Si cualquier italiano/a quiere practicar y mejorar su español, no dudéis en contactarme! Saludos!

    Ciao a tutti! Mi piacerebbe poter parlare l'italiano con qualcuno, perchè una lingua che mi piace tanto e che ho imparato un paio di anni fa tramite una borsa di studio Erasmus a Roma. Se volete praticare e migliorare il vostro livello di spagnolo e potete aiutarmi col mio livello d'italiano, non esitare di contattarmi! Tanti saluti!
    Aupair Madrid / Exchange  Madrid, Spain| by Marco
    Hi all,

    We are looking for an aupair for the first three weeks of July in Madrid, we offer a accommodation and breakfast in exchange we would like that he/she spend half of the day (from Monday to Friday) with our four year old boy, doing activities in english.

    If you are interested please comment your email below and I will contact you!
    American student coming to Madrid  United States| by Patty Nieberg
    Hi y Hola,

    I'm a college student and I will be traveling to Spain for this summer on a study abroad program. While I'm there I will spend two weeks in Málaga and four weeks in Madrid.

    Since Madrid is probably easier- I'm looking for a partner during my time there to help me practice my conversation skills. I can exchange my help for English as well! I'm open to talking about life, work, family, animals, and especially.... food!

    You can comment your emails below and I will contact you! Thank you y muchas gracias!!!

    Spanish-English exchange  Madrid, Spain| by Ricardo
    Hi, my name is Ricardo. I am a native Spanish speaker and would like to do a language exchange with native English speakers to practice.
    I lived in London for one year and a half, returned to Madrid last April and I want keep my English level, b2 level.
    I can help you with your Spanish and I do not mind regarding your Spanish level. Love people and communication! If you are interested, don´t hesitate to get in touch!

    Best wishes,
    My Spanish for your English  Madrid, Spain| by David
    My name is David (40). I would like to improve my English. In exchange, I can help you with your Spanish. I love reading, going to the movie. I am a people person, easy going.
    Feel free to use the Multilinkual global hodgepodge forum!
    Questions for English language learners! Madrid, Spain| by Hannah

    If you are learning English as a foreign language please could you take 2 minutes to answer some questions to help me with some research?!

    What strategies do you prefer to use to practice speaking English? and Why?

    Answering questions about a text
    Reading aloud
    Talking about a given topic
    Language exchange
    In a social situation e.g in a bar or cafe
    Talking about your interests
    Whilst working in a team
    Whilst playing games
    Role play
    Watching a video/film and discussing it
    Being Interviewed

    Your answers don't need to be long but I'd appreciate any feedback!

    Thank you! Muchas Gracias!
    Spanish Classes in Madrid Madrid, Spain| by Patricia
    Hi everyone!

    Are you interested in improve your spanish?
    Do you want to practice your spanish in Madrid?

    Im 25 years old, im spanish and i would like to help you!
    We can take classes in a flexible timetime, don`t worry =)

    If you want it, you can do it!
    Feel free to contact me by email: patrizia_17@hotmail.es

    description Madrid, Spain| by CAROLINA
    Hello. I'm Carolina. I live in madrid. I would like meet new people and learn italian.
    Room Madrid, Spain| by Sara tyndall
    Would like a room from April 24-30 in exchange fot english lessons. (Walking distance to center)
    paintings Yambol| by Nina Mindova
    A place called WORLD Madrid, Spain| by Beatriz
    Hi guys. I am Bea from Madrid, I am looking for meet people around the world that is here at this moment for job or studies or live here and want speak in English. Anyway, I am 26 years old, and I would like if someone or a group want meet and have a good weekend, sharing hobbies, try new things (food, experiences..) The nice weather is coming. if someone is interested in do THINGS, and want meet people while we learn...no only English, please let me know. Have a nice day!
    Sin Grecia no habría más mundo (civilizado) que recorrer Madrid, Spain| by Talismán eBooks
    Una mujer sola. Una mochila. Pasaporte y tarjeta de crédito. Toda la curiosidad del mundo y ese mundo por delante lleno de aventuras esperando. Un universo de personas maravillosas de todas las nacionalidades dispuestas a compartirlo todo y a cuidarla. Porque si tiene alguna ventaja viajar sola siendo mujer, es que todo el mundo te protege.

    Sin Grecia no habría más mundo civilizado que recorrer es la primera de las 21 divertidas crónicas de la intrépida Lizzy Fogg, alter ego de la periodista Elisabeth G. Iborra. Trepidante como un libro de aventuras, útil como una guía de viaje y sobre todo práctico por las opiniones y recomendaciones que ayudan al lector a conocer en profundidad los rincones secretos de cada país y las costumbres locales que dan pistas al viajero para que lo reciban con los brazos abiertos.

    Sin Grecia no habría más mundo civilizado que recorrer forma parte de la colección La vuelta al mundo de Lizzy Fogg que publicará la editorial digital Talismán eBooks. Narradas en un estilo muy personal, deslenguado y crítico, pero llenas de humor y sobre todo sorprendentemente originales y útiles, Elisabeth G. Iborra desvela sus secretos de viajera experimentada y las mejores pistas para disfrutar con pasión y humor la vida social y cultural de cada país.

    La autora ha recorrido Grecia e Islas, Portugal y las Azores, Viena y Suiza, Noruega y Finlandia, India, Japón, China, Seúl, Hong Kong y Macao, Vietnam, Laos y Camboya, Tailandia, Malasia y Singapur, Filipinas e Indonesia, Australia, Nueva Zelanda, Israel, Norteamérica: New York y México, Centroamérica: Costa Rica, Panamá, Colombia y Ecuador, Brasil y Amazonas, Perú y Bolivia y Chile.

    De cada país ha extraído las peculiaridades, anécdotas y direcciones útiles para narrarlas como crónicas de viaje y ofrecer al lector una experiencia de lectura inolvidable y divertida.

    Puedes leer las primeras páginas del libro en http://bit.ly/1NJZhfZ
    Hallo Leute! Madrid, Spain| by Pablo Quesada
    Hallo Leute!

    Ich möchte mehr Deutsche sprechen und lernen. Können Sie mir hilfen?

    Ich würde froh sein wenn Sie eine Email mir schreiben.

    Wann können Sie uns treffen?


    Liebe GrüBe
    A poem for My Beloved Yambol| by Nina Mindova
    A poem for My Beloved
    1.He is like a bunch of myrrh,
    He is gilding my fingers
    With fragrance.
    He is weaving into between
    My breasts, He is cloaking on
    My pearl buttons in sunrise redden
    Like a droplets of blood,
    A necklace of my heart,
    A star of cinnamon tree,
    A porcelain cup with milk
    On a small table,
    Till a silver spoon which
    He is taking up slowly along
    His stifling lips, and like a butterfly
    Is swallowing a little chalice of my heart.
    My beloved is walking and decreasing.

    2. He wakes the forests green like emerald
    Hayricks, white droplets, running on the
    Face of the sky.
    Eyebrows of clouds ,each snowdrop
    bowing down
    Under His white fingers.
    All blade of grass reducing.
    The pomegranates are like big chalices
    For Holy communion.
    My Beloved lifted it.
    His back have been cut of
    Smart whips, blood veronicas
    Shoots up His white skin,
    Strained like a drum, for fierce mad
    My Beloved will never be separated
    From my breasts.
    Myrrh deeply in my bosom and I
    Live from her Holiness,
    Golden lichen in golden hoops,
    Tightens up my heart.
    Beloved how giving out a sweet perfume,
    Smells a summer.
    Sea impression Yambol| by Nina Mindova
    Wave a sea softened
    and a pain and a tenderness
    throw dreams in fascination
    of the blue.
    And let shave the waves of
    Your eternity , oh, weigh
    above me,
    oh,weigh a coast of years.
    Carry far in azure, spiral
    with bulging little abdomens,
    flutter with mahagony pinions
    and already in vain expect you
    to stop the scales harbours
    with hot flames for You are
    Far away, far away ,far away,
    stretched string,
    heart and frank await the
    hymn of June.
    All sea sisters are dressed in
    mother-of-pearl garment
    embroidered of kiss of
    In the morning hunts them
    fishermen and revive with
    breath of their man’s hands.
    In the evening girls wash
    their black tunics,
    in their blue hearts,
    their feet white ,who cadge
    heavy chains.
    The night is squeezed enigma
    and ugly,
    predatory like a bat pecking
    of scarlet fig.
    Sea sisters, sea sisters,
    remember His steps
    which go through you noiselessly,
    and ou swing like
    bloody wine-
    hold in His fingers Herod,
    Pilate washes his hands,
    in Yours heirs
    and they bristled like winter
    icicles bristles of innoncent blood .
    There at Golgotha
    hearing terrible cry,
    blood gushes like
    wounded river disappear
    like Easter roses,
    in weeds of flushed
    preditory crowd,
    to open way of
    Who is He?
    Do you heard
    His name ?
    He is Messiah,
    God’s anoited
    Jesus Christ.
    Like little sheeps,
    clouds of candy floss,
    they welcome festivaly.
    Barefooted are feet
    of lovely swarthy steps
    of the sun, came to bow,
    before You , Creator.
    The sea throws his
    magnificent silver flesh,
    blue like heavently lace,
    to swallow all stars
    only Bethlehem’s
    stays inextinguishable,
    pretty like uncreated
    like an apple of not
    born girl.
    Copyright © Nina Mindova