Now, when I decided to look in here, I noticed that only person here is me.
Welcome to the forum! Hey, this is Tom Kane writing to you from the United States. I heard your message and could understand everything you said. Well done!
So how are you? How are things in Poland?
I look forward to hearing from you again.
I’m fine, thank you. We have here in Poland another real winter, a lot of snow and freezing temperatures. But we keeping on and looking forward to spring!
All the best for US!
PS. How are you on winter as this?
Thanks for getting back to me. The state I live in is called Pennsylvania. Usually, our winters are not too bad. However, this year, we’ve been getting a great deal of snow and below normal temps. I don’t mind the snow, but I really enjoy the warmer weather.
So, we’re getting along okay. My family and I are also looking forward to spring.
Thanks the same. I live in northern town Szczecin. It is quite a nice city for living. And in which city do you live? Or maybe you live in the country? It’s my dream: to have a house in very small village. Maybe some day…
PS My soundcart is out of order and I have to get a new one, so I can’t record the message.
Please correct any mistake iI do in my messages.
How are you? Well, as I mentioned, the state I live in is called Pennsylvania. The town is called Pittsburgh.
Don’t worry about not posting a recorded message. When you get a new soundcard, I’m sure you’ll post one.
So how long have you been speaking English? It’s looks like you’re an advanced learner.
How are you?
I have been learnig English for about 5 years, but it was not very regular wok. So I’m rather intermediate student, but I’m pleased that you said I am a bit better.The most difficult for me is speaking, so thats why I’m annoyed with my comp.I hoped to speak as much as you put up with.
This message I recorded on my office machine. My boss is absent!
Using the computer at work when the boss is absent - I love it! That sounds like something I would do.
If I can suggest, one of the best ways to improve your spoken English, is just speak it whenever you can “out loud.” Read magazines, books, the newspaper, or log onto the Internet and read the messages out loud.
Anytime you’re able to speak English out loud, it will force you to improve your pronounciation. I think you’re doing great!
So what kind of work do you do?
I’ve been working in shipyard as a maintance worker up to now.In two weeks the division I work for will be closed, so I’m going to find some other job. My goal is to work in health and safety business.So, thats me. And you? What are you do for living?