September 10th, 2012 5:55 AMMentalii
Well... To tell the truth I never saw such a thing xD If there are public litter-boxes here so they must be very rare ! I have not that in my town
September 9th, 2012 8:32 AMTropical Sunlight
Glad to see you too :D
Now, onto another subject.
Is it true that you have public so-called litter-boxes for dogs and kittens in France?
September 9th, 2012 5:26 AMMentalii
Glad to see you again :D I'm fine too thx.
September 9th, 2012 3:25 AMTropical Sunlight
Hey there, I'm fine, thanks
I actually am around, I just haven't had the time for chatter up to now.
Anyhow, how are you?
September 8th, 2012 12:42 PMMentalii
Hello Tropical Sunlight How are you? I don't see you around anymore :/
July 15th, 2012 5:31 AMMentalii
Yes I guess it is... But slovenian is even more different from english than french, isn't it? :p
July 9th, 2012 12:00 AMTropical Sunlight
It must be difficult to learn, since the English spelling, grammar and pronunciation are totally different from French.
July 7th, 2012 4:37 AMMentalii
People aren't really good at english here x)
July 5th, 2012 11:54 AMTropical Sunlight
I enjoyed a lot, and learned a couple of things.
We stayed at some friends, who went with us, so we had no trouble with communication.
Also, knowledge of English is pretty poor, at least where I went to...
July 5th, 2012 4:21 AMMentalii
Ah, how did you like it ?
July 4th, 2012 11:07 AMTropical Sunlight
Thanks, we went on the Tour Eiffel (by steps, not the elevator), the église de Notre Dame and Louvre.
Merci pour votre patience.
Of course :D
Well here people like playing football, and video games as well.
June 27th, 2012 8:19 AMMentalii
Awesome Haha, you should have told me, when you asked me that I immediately thought about some well known monuments and so on. For children, you have the famous Disney Land Resort Paris, that is very good there. I also advise you the Parc Astérix. Both amusement parks aren't in the very Paris, but there are totally near of it, and anyway there's no problem to go there with all the means of conveyance. And btw, even if they don't particularly like museums of art and so on, I suggest you the Museum d'Histoire Naturelle, it's a sciences museum, with dinosaur skelettons and stuff like that, my little borther totally enjoyed it for example
Si, viva el espanol o/
Well, I guess that everywhere children like playing football, cards and so on Here thinks like that are pretty popular, particularly football more than every other sports. I've noticed that video games seem less popular than before, they don't have things like Tamagotchi that my generation was totally fond of x) And there in Slovenia?
June 26th, 2012 12:31 PMTropical Sunlight
Oh. I think I could do that... oh wait what am I talking about, that's ridiculous I could never do that without at least a week of practice.
Yes, I'm going there on Saturday. Wow, those all seem great, but I was thinking something more children-appropriate. I doubt my little siblings will like museums and cathedrals.
Yes. I'll choose Spanish although I'm going to study medicine, just because I'm good at it. xD
Games in general. Like, football, card games, and so forth.
June 26th, 2012 7:55 AMMentalii
Actually, I was pretty sure we'd have to make a sketck about Europe :/
Oh, do you plan to go there? Actually there are a lot of things to do in Paris. You have the Champs-Elysées that is an awesome street, Notre Dame Cathedral and the Sacré-cœur that are two beautiful buildings, the Orsay Museum, the Opera Garnier, Montparnasse Tower, Galeries Lafayette, you have a lot of museums maybe not as well known as the Louvres but great too. Actually, there are too many things there to say them all x)
That's good things like this It's more interesting to be able to choose what you is important for you.
You mean, video games and so on? Actually I'm not really sure about what you meant So, what about Slovenia?
June 25th, 2012 12:39 PMTropical Sunlight
Indeed they are. Did you suspect something like that could come?
What do you suggest I go see in Paris? I mean, are there any attractions other than the Louvre museum and the Eiffel tower?
Oh. Here, you get to choose 2 subjects, which you can take besides Mathematics, Slovenian and English. I think I'll go with Chemistry/Biology and Spanish.
Yeah. What kind of games are popular among young people in France?