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Hi everyone!
I am new in Switzerland with a Swiss husband and two kids. We came from the US and been here in Baden for six months.
I taking German language classes in the mornings and practicing piano for an upcoming concert each day. Once a week, I go salsa dancing at night as a hobby.
Just wanted to meet new people to share my interests and learn more about Switzerland.

We'll be nice to hear from you
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Old 16.04.2012, 14:48
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Hi everyone!
I am new in Switzerland with a Swiss husband and two kids. We came from the US and been here in Baden for six months.
I taking German language classes in the mornings and practicing piano for an upcoming concert each day. Once a week, I go salsa dancing at night as a hobby.
Just wanted to meet new people to share my interests and learn more about Switzerland.

We'll be nice to hear from you
Welcome on Board!!!

It's very good you are already taking German lessons,i'm here since one month and i don't feel ready for German lessons yet... maybe because i have studied like crazy for the past few months
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Welcome to the forum! Good luck with the German, i'm still trying to get to grips with it!!
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Hi!I have to say I am happy with my German class,it is fun.I guess it is a easy way to meet new people!What about you? Do you speak German?
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Yes,first mount is hard! What is your first impression?
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Welcome to the forum and to Baden!
You sound like a very talented lady! I play piano, badly, and am trying to learn German on my own with books, audio courses and the internet. I am getting better but it is very slow progress!
Good luck with everything, enjoy your life here in this lovely town.
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Welcome to the forum and to Baden!
You sound like a very talented lady! I play piano, badly, and am trying to learn German on my own with books, audio courses and the internet. I am getting better but it is very slow progress!
Good luck with everything, enjoy your life here in this lovely town.
Thank you very much!i have a question to you...would you like to have my help with music or German?You are more than welcome to ask me for some music or technical advise...Or we can talk about German grammar ..it is NOT EASY!!!!Have a great day!
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