Hello people :), I am from Bulgaria :)and I want to talk with interesting people from different places in the whole world and in this way to improve my english !
Thank you for speaking up. Where exactly in Bulgaria are you from? Sofia, Plovdiv, Varna or Burgas?[YSaerTTEW443543]
TOEIC listening, photographs: Walking outside[YSaerTTEW443543]
I live in the capital of a country Sofia !
Welcome :))) By the way, one day I visited Bulgaria :)) I visited the camp on the Black sea coast…I like dit very much!! And also, I visited such cities as Burgas & Sozopol. Yeah, very beautiful towns :))) I wish I could see Sofia either :)))
Hi yolina, Welcome to the Club,
So tell us a little about yourself, what you do and how long you’ve been learning English.-enquiering minds want to know!
When did you visit to Bulgaria? Our country have beautiful and incredible nature. A lot of tourist who visited Bulgaria the firts thing which give a attention is our nature. Bulgaria also is popular with the yoghurt.
hi yOLINa ~~
I once travelled Europe Countries. But I do not go Bulgaria.
However, I know Bulgaria that this country is famous for “milk”. right??
In Korea, famous milk product name is “Bulgaris”
Oh… You wrote that your country and yoghurt~
i would be glad to be your faithful friend to improve english with you!!!do you have a general idea of chinese culture?
I’m Tom, from the US.
Did you learn about the Magyars in school?
Nice to meet you !
I wonder that Why you do want to know general idea of chinese culture.
I’m not a Chinise, but Korean.
Although I live in nearby China, I don’t know that general idea of chinese culture is “exactly”
I think that China is very huge. So general meaning is not matter, I think.
I sometimes think that China is more complexed than the US, so called " melting pot"
Hi,yOLINa and everyone else :)),
I am from Bulgaria too and I am so happy to see so many nice people from all over the world!That really inspirits me
yOLINa,are you going to take any exam or test like TOEFL etc?
So many Bulgarians here?! That’s great. I myself lived in Bulgaria for a couple of years. My father had to do with real estate in Sofia and so we had to move there, but I was very little then and so I don’t speak any Bulgarian, but I would love to learn it again.
I am currently thinking about doing an English Certificate like TOEFL.
I am rajesh from India…visiting bulgaria next week… interesitng to see lot of bulgarians here and I am eager to see your country. I heard it has beautiful people and beautiful places.