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i have a month in swiss staying at rumlang,currently i am undertaking some private lesson on German lessons at home.i am going to marry here soon but its really boring all day at home can someone out there help me to get a volonteering work to keep myself aware of people around and keep myself busy.Because currently i have no permit to work:
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Old 13.07.2011, 11:10
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Re: new in swiss

Hi,

Welcome to Swiss..!

I will be moving to Rumlang (from Glattbrugg) on September.. I suggest to check with the Rümlang Gemeinde for any groups you could join..In most places they will have a german conversation group where you can join and with the contacts u can take it up further...

Good luck !!
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it's Switzerland!
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Re: new in swiss

Welcome to Swiss or is it Switzerland?
You have come to the right place if you are bored during the day, plenty of useful posts to read to pass the time
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Re: New in Switzerland

There is only one advice I can give you, GET OUT of Rumlang... take public transport - which is great in Switzerland - and take a day trip to Zurich. Anything else is difficult since local activities (gymnastics, music, etc.) requires mostly german speaking. It takes time to get integrated in such small villages, therefore enjoy yourself in little big city Zurich. At least there are plenty of activities available and English shouldn't be a problem.

Don't give up!
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