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Re: From Finland to Switzerland (maybe?)

Or an atemporal procrastination...
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Old 26.07.2016, 19:47
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Thanks for tips! However all the things, related to language, have gone just exactly on the limits which I can manage. Nothing more, nothing less.
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It is kind of interesting when I had everything money can buy, and yet wanting those things which hardly relates to money.. More and more I know I have to escape so deep into the wilderness, so that I cannot be tracked anymore, and then find the cruel force of nature
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I would really like to suggest babbel to everyone who has problems with language. My workmates were already impressed about the progress and I have had lot more confidence to manage normal situations than ever.

Of course the downside is that you will not meet anyone like in normal language courses, but still the positive side is remarkable. I just made remark on my workmate who has been doing migros klubschule and he said he cannot say anything after 6 months, while after 4 months of "when you have time" intensive babbel courses I have been managing to get my stuff out of the lost and found, had a German discussions in webchats and making a German person almost to cry of joy
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