Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Akartoshi, Jun 25, 2017.
i mean that by a holiday destination for the wealthy
It's known ?! I had no idea as there are some people in France who are not familiar and that many people (Like Trump, or a bartender when my cousin went to Spain) thought it is in Italy !
yeah most people know where it is i also belive there's a motorsport race held there annually
you probably want to leave though? stuck on an island all your life
I LOVE my island. Sure I don't know what will be the future and I'd like to make foreginer stages and trips but I am not bored, it's a gorgeous island in which I know a lot of people, and even if there are missing things (no McDonald's, no Starbucks, no KFC. And sometimes some movies don't come in our theaters), I love it, especially my town and my university's town
well if you're happy that's what matters
You know, doing stages away from Corsica, and travelling.
oh you mean live overseas for a while?
i recommend anywhere but America
Haha why ?
i didn't like it much just my opinion
Ah OK. Well I have friends there, maybe if I go see them it'd be good.
I am currently in Seoul, Korea.
I can speak Korean (obviously), some broken English, and basic, survival-level Moroccan Arabic that I am slowly loosing grasp of. I also still remember some Chinese words and phrases I picked up while spending three years of my childhood in Shanghai, but I can't really claim that I can speak Chinese.
Ah we must precise our languages too ?
I speak French of course, I have a very good level in English I think, and okay level in Spanish, and I know random Italian and Corsican words or sentences.
Spanish is basically Texas' second official language at this point.
So are any of you in SoCal?
Yup. And it's heavily spoken in the area I live in. xD
East Bay, SF Bay Area.
So I speak English, Oklahoman (a sub-dialect of Red Neck), some Spanish, a bit of Russian and German. I also speak broken Texican and Spanglish, too.
English primarily. Learned French in HS only to mostly forget it. XP
Having done an Extended French program from Grade 5 to graduation, I know the feeling.
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