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Travel Blogs from Druskininkai
... nouveau vocabuaire:
- une explication plausible
- nommer en memoire de
- un moyen de circuler facilement
- transport de marchandises
- (le) partimoine mondial de l'UNESCO
...Did you konw that a "deead line" during The Civil War in America used to define a real line which was drawn around the camp of the prisoners and served as the border of the camp. If ...
... to look intoo the paper)
***/leaving some space here/***(my following actions depend on result of the exam)
3) Improve my english:
a) learn more complicated (technical, scientific) vocabulary:
- 3 new words every day
b) keep on with my university project on accents, focusing on the diffenences between british accents
4) Get my drining license:
a) pass the theory test next week (25-27 ...
... of new information for you.
In "the blade" you are not allowed to write in a flowery style, it should contain a precise plan of your actions, condensed and simple instructions.
The last part "The rime frost" is for your side-thinking, phylosophy, any idea you want to explain your opinion on.
- Another idea is the structire of "my list". It should be very organised as I'm going to use it for almost a year as a guide. During the last five years ...
... get packed and set off on a trip in half an hour (with a knapsack and some money in their pocket. Something that not many people in Belarus can do (because of all the visa issues, it's ***********ly to enter the country, but even to leave it).
So my next trip I'll have to imagine. Why not? Every time i speak or study english i really feel myself wandering around streets in London (which is descibes quite profoundly in Sherlock Holmes' Adventure). ...
... a sign sayng you've entered a new country... much different to what we're used to in North America. So we popped into a tourist info on the other side, which didn't have much info, so just drove on through to the town of Druskininkai, which wasn't far at all.
Once we got there, we tried to find an open tourist centre, but realised we would be out of luck on Easter Monday. So we drove around town ...