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Here we can speak englısh only=) Let us begin

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а мона перевод??? Йа знаю 2 языка по мимо русского... Англ... не считается

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ZOOL
да создай тему о переводе

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davay lets speak but who knows here??

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i know, everybody knows..do г know russian by the way n where do г live?

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Yeah let us begin :P

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banduma написал(а):

Yeah let us begin

oh), u has not begun yet ;)

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As an IT Analyst found a nice analysis on Kisses  :embarrest:
Types Of Kisses

kissing Below you will find a variety of kiss types. If you find some that catch your fancy, feel free to try them :-)

Butterfly Kiss - With your faces less than a breath away, open and close your eyelids against your partners. If done correctly, the fluttering sensation will match the one in your heart.

Cheek Kiss - A friendly, "I really like you" kiss. Often the preferred kissing method of a first date. With your hands on your partner's shoulders, gently brush your lips across her cheek.

Earlobe Kiss - Gently sip and suck the earlobe. Avoid louder sucking noises as ears are sensitized noise detectors.

Eskimo Kiss - With your faces less than a breath apart, gently rub your noses together.

Eye Kiss - Hold your partner's head with both hands and slowly move their head in the direction you wish your kiss to go... then slowly kiss up towards your partner's eyes and give them a tender kiss on top of their closed eyes.hmm nice  :tongue:

Eyelid Kiss - While your partner is resting/sleeping with eyes closed, very very gently kiss the spot right below their browbone. A very intimate kiss.

Finger Kiss - While laying together gently suck on their fingers. This can be very seductive and pleasurable.

Foot Kiss - An erotic and romantic gesture. It may tickle, but relax and enjoy it! To give a toe kiss by gently suck the toes and then lightly kissing the foot. It helps to gently massage the base of the foot while performing the kiss.

Forehead Kiss - The "motherly" kiss or "just friends" kiss. The forehead kiss can be a comforting kiss to anyone. Simply brush your lips lightly across the crown of their head.

Freeze Kiss (or Melt Kiss) - Experiment with this fun kiss. Put a small piece of ice in your mouth, then open mouth and kiss your partner, passing them the ice with your tongue. It's an erotic and sensual french kiss with a twist of cold.

French Kiss - The kiss involving the tongue. Some call this the "Soul Kiss" because the life and soul are thought to pass through the mouth's breath in the exchange across tongues. Surprisingly, the French call this "The English Kiss".

Fruity Kiss - Take a small piece of fruit and place between your lips (juicy fruits such as grapes, strawberries, small pieces of pineapple or mango are ideal). Kiss your partner and nibble one half of the piece of fruit while they nibble the other until it breaks in half, allowing the juice to run into your mouths.

Hand Kiss - Gently raise her hand to your lips. Lightly brush your lips across the top of her hand. Historically this kiss was performed with a bow, which showed deference to a lady.

Hickey Kiss - The object is not to draw blood, but to gently leave a mark that will prove your interlude was not a dream. This is often included in erotic foreplay.

Hostage Kiss - Cover your lips with tape and get your love's attention. When they come near, make noises like you're trying to tell them something and motion as if you can't get the tape off. Once they remove the tape from you to hear what you're trying to say tell them: "I've been saving my lips all day just for you!" Then kiss your love passionately!

Hot and Cold Kiss - Lick your partner's lips so that they're warm, and then gently blow on them. The sudden cold blast makes for a sensual explosion, and they will often try it on you next, as well as get very passionate.

Mistletoe Kiss - Surprise your lover by capturing them with a gentle holiday kiss under the mistletoe. This is also a good method for shyer individuals to steal a kiss from a potential lover.

Letter Kiss - Send your lover a kiss in a love letter by writing the letter x several times in a row at the bottom of a letter such as XXXXX.

Lick Kiss - Just before kissing, gently run your tongue along you partners lip whether it be the top or bottom one depending on the position of your lips. Very sensual.

Lip Sucking Kiss - When kissing gently suck on their lower lip. This can be very exciting.

Neck Nibble Kiss - Gently nibble up and down your partners neck. End with a gentle kiss on the lips.

Nip Kiss - This kiss can create a very erotic sensation. While kissing your partner, ever so gently nibble on their lips. You must be very careful not to bite to hard or hurt your partner. When done correctly, this kiss ignites wonderful sensations.

Reverse Lips Kiss - It involves standing above your lover and kissing them from over their head. This way, each kisser can take the hyper-sensitive bottom lip of thier lover in their mouths, and GENTLY draw blood to the surface of the lip by nibbling and sucking. A very sensuous, connecting kiss.

Searching The Cavern - Use the lips and tongue to gently tickle and kiss your lover's navel. Vary speeds and stroke to change sensation. Invigorating and intoxicating.

Shoulder Kiss - Simply come from behind, embrace her, and kiss the top of her shoulder. This is a sensual, loving kiss.

Sip Kiss - Take a small sip of your favorite drink. Leaving a little bit of it on your lips, kiss your partner. It is a unique way to create a sensual feeling and your partner will enjoy it.

Talking Kiss - Whisper sweet nothings into your partner's mouth. If caught in the act, simply say as Chico Marx, "I wasn't kissing her. I was whispering into her mouth."

Teaser Kiss - Starting on the forehead, a sweet short kiss on lips, then move up the arms up to her hand, kiss her hand, then come back up her arm, to her face and then lightly kiss her lips till she wants a passionate kiss.

The Buzzing Kiss - Gently place your lips against your lover's neck , behind their ear. Now, send a shudder through their skin by gently growling and humming, vibrating your lips and cheeks as you do so. Move up and down the neck, over the bones of the face and lips. Stimulating and erotic when done correctly.

The Whipped Cream Kiss - Dip your finger into some cool whip or whipped cream of your choice. Lick it off slowly, then embrace your partner and kiss them deeply letting their tongue slip over yours for a wonderfully sweet kiss. It's very seductive and passionate.

Tiger Kiss - Quietly sneak up behind your partner making sure they do not know what you are going to do. Out of the blue, grab them and gently bite their neck. Make sure to get a few good growls in too. This will surely surprise them.

Trickle Kiss - Take a sip of a favourite drink and trickle it slowly into partner's mouth while kissing.

Tongue Sucking - A variation of the French kiss. During an open-mouth kiss gently suck on your partner's tongue (not too hard because it may hurt). Very sexy :-)

Quickie Kiss - When you're in a rush. Often the nose gets it rather than the lips.

Vacuum Kiss - While kissing open-mouthed, slightly suck in as if you were sucking the air from your partners mouth. This is a playful kiss.

Wake Up Kiss - Before your partner awakes lean over and kiss their cheek and move over giving soft kisses until you reach their lips. Definitely a more than pleasant way to wake up!

Virtual Kiss - For Internet lovers. Send an e-card or a kiss via email with this symbol:

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:love: FOR ANNA

What I Love About You

I love the way you look at me,
Your eyes so bright and blue.
I love the way you kiss me,
Your lips so soft and smooth.

I love the way you make me so happy,
And the ways you show you care.
I love the way you say, "I Love You,"
And the way you're always there.

I love the way you touch me,
Always sending chills down my spine.
I love that you are with me,
And glad that you are mine.
:love:

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khakhuli написал(а):

:love: FOR ANNA

What I Love About You

I love the way you look at me,
Your eyes so bright and blue.
I love the way you kiss me,
Your lips so soft and smooth.

I love the way you make me so happy,
And the ways you show you care.
I love the way you say, "I Love You,"
And the way you're always there.

I love the way you touch me,
Always sending chills down my spine.
I love that you are with me,
And glad that you are mine.
:love:

Thank you 8)  çook güzell  :love:

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don't quarrel let us speak englısh :blush:

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start that we can continue :P

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banduma
how are u :D

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Natusek why did you decide learn Turkish?
Or maybe its youre native language...

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KIJO
no, ıt ıs not my natıve language, ı decided cs ı was very angry wıth smb at fırst but then ı fell ın love wıth thıs language. And what about u?

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KIJO написал(а):

and you who are you?
Can you introduce yourself please?
What is your nationality?

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I've born in Russia,and now i'm living in Israel.
I thought it will be nice learn new languages,and improve my current knowledge of english.
As I understood Turkish not very hard language because of its grammar, and it will be the right thing to start with soemthing not very difficult.

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KIJO написал(а):

As I understood Turkish not very hard language because of its grammar, and it will be the right thing to start with soemthing not very difficult.

yes, turkish is difficult at least for me))) is russian ur native language?

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Yeah Russian is my native language.
I think every single language can be pretty hard,depends on how you learn it,but I totally agree with you Turkish not easy for me also :)

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KIJO написал(а):

I totally agree with you Turkish not easy for me also :)

mmm by the way are u a man or a woman? why turkish exactly?

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I'm male\man :)
And about your question why Turkish? I wrote few posts before that I thought Turkish will be nice start because of its not very hard grammar.

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KIJO написал(а):

because of its not very hard grammar.

mmm) at the beginning it was very difficult for me(may be cs i studied turkish myself) i used a very nice online course in internet. And what about you? Do u go somewhere to study  turkish or just from net?

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No just from net like you...but I dont have time now realy.
Surve in army and not totally free lets say hhh

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KIJO написал(а):

and not totally free lets say hhh

n how much time in a day u spend to study turkish?

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To tell you the truth I dont have time learn it every day even...
But I hope soon I'll be less busy,normaly i'm at home for 3 days and at base 11 days...Sometimes I'm at home twice a month...
So i must find time and learn it there on base,not always so easy but I believe will be better.

Отредактировано KIJO (2008-05-13 23:42:02)

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May I be the third in this conversation? My name is Izabel, and I'm from Ukraine. Have a great wish to study turkish

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what a beautifull name... Izabel :cool:

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You created this thread for you two?))
How did you guys meet?

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winstondenis написал(а):

You created this thread for you two?))

this topic was created in order to discuss everything but in english: unfortunately it didnt became so popular as turkish cs the majority of our forum is fond of turkish neither english nor german: as far as i guess u are not interested in turkish arent u?

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Hello, everybody))))

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Stasya0777
hi welcome. how r u

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Hi all!!
i`d like to know if here is anybody who knows Armenian???
eighter, are everbody here bilingual or even more, i mean as a native language
thanks in advance for attention

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Hallo :)
I'm Uljana, from Minsk. I'd like to learn Turkish after being fluent in Arabic :)))  To tell the truth, Turkish is quite popular in Belarus, as the country has many business contacts with Turkey. As for me, I consider it very beautiful.  Moreover, it has no arabic ligature :)))
Actually, I have a question to all of you, as you are language-learners. So, what is the most difficult aspect in language learning in your opinion?

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Darkfly написал(а):

To tell the truth, Turkish is quite popular in Belarus, as the country has many business contacts with Turkey.

oh, that ıs a great surprise for me . i didnt know abt it)

Darkfly написал(а):

So, what is the most difficult aspect in language learning in your opinion?

as for me, the most difficult aspect is to understand the speech of native speakers. But it depends on language of course. İ can hear almost every word in turkish language, when people speak,but i dont know what it means :D  n in english sometimes i cannot distinguish words while speaking n only after when i look for words used in their dialogue i realize that they are quite simple :blush: .
İ dont know what it depends on but it is so. May be i have to watch films,Tv-shows in original, whithout any subtitles...but when i chat in skype for ex, i understand, cs those words are adressed directly to me=).
So, a question...how to understand every word in english?
P.S. just remembered...Once we were watching ''The X files'' in english n i could understand almost everything what Scully was speakıng abt, but as for Mulder's part... :D ...so after a couple of min we had to add subtitles to this film :D

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I do interesting in english! :) let's talk! What's the turkish weather like in november? :)

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Darkfly
İ  wonder if u have the same problems as i ve described at 35th post

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it seems I should sleep a little bit more sometimes just not to make a fool of myself :) I'm sorry for messing, but I should notiсe that I really interested in turkish autumn as well :))

so, what concerns the understanding - the only way is to listen as much as you can... It's obvious that non-native speakers (I do really appreciate the accend of Finnish and German people :)) are not so hard to understand in comparison with some weird american teenagers or a cockney speaking person :))  it seems to me that films (sitcoms even better), tv-shows, music (I mean listening and reading lyrics and probably singing), radio and audio-books is probably the best way to improve your "hearing". You know, at our "Pinguistic" university we have no native speakers and learn the words that we would probably never use in everyday life. And we have nothing to do, but too study ourselves with all the possible things... ;(

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Darkfly написал(а):

the only way is to listen as much as you can... It's obvious that non-native speakers (I do really appreciate the accend of Finnish and German people :)) are not so hard to understand in comparison with some weird american teenagers or a cockney speaking person :))  it seems to me that films (sitcoms even better), tv-shows, music (I mean listening and reading lyrics and probably singing), radio and audio-books is probably the best way to improve your "hearing".

- yes, that's the only way, wanna learn to swim - swim. Audio books are rather simple, fast casual speech with a variety of accents is harder to learn to comprehend, but possible, they say.)

Отредактировано winstondenis (2008-11-11 11:19:42)

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İ wanted to share how i felt yesterday :blush:
Dont know how to start but İ felt really stupid.
As far as ive mentioned i studied english at college n at university now n turkish i studied myself. Yesterday i ve downloaded ''Dawsons creek, 1st season'' at least n when i started to watch, it was very difficult to understand...not cs of their language but cs of the way they were speaking.İ know it is common American speech in everyday life, but it came to me rather difficult, İ do really hope that it is 1st episode n since time İd understand it better as in case with turkish Tv show ''Acı hayaT'', but was so yesterday...Why so? Cs of the party we had yesterday :playful:  :shine:  or cs of smth else...
P.S.actually i speak english every day,so im waiting for ur ideas

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u know? it's very interesting idea to communicate on english only) I'm glad i've found this site. And it will be great if someone will be able to check our messages and to correct us)
Sorry 4 my english)

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And 1 more thing) I have a question 4 natusek " I see u have very good english) Is it your hobby or work?" Thanks)

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banduma написал(а):

so keep on watching and like English man saying "Watch and see"

yes, but sometimes it is not so easy, especially when u have smth to watch in turkish :playful:

ксюшон написал(а):

And 1 more thing) I have a question 4 natusek " I see u have very good english) Is it your hobby or work?

Thanks, but actually İm  still a part time student, but when İm at home İm trying to improve my English by means of communication :blush:
P.S. N U?

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Hi, everyone. I wonder, has anybody ever taken TOEFL or IELTS exams?

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I once took an online free Toefl.
Why do you ask?

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winstondenis, I am going to take it next summer. And I need some advice)

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i tried TOEFL once but for my educational level is really hard - they use such a complicated words which we don't use in real life! you need to be a dictionary to succeed in test

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MissParadise написал(а):

Hi, everyone. I wonder, has anybody ever taken TOEFL or IELTS exams?

Hi Miss Paradise, i took IELTS like a couple of years ago. My personal opinion is that TOEFL is easier than IELTS basically because IELTS contains an oral part, which means your speaking skills will be tested by one of the native english speakers. Bit of challenge! As far as I concerned there is no such a thing in TOEFL! IELTS is an english exam, TOEFL is an american one. British peope like their language tests to be little complicated! :))))

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Amina, thank you for your answer. I haven't decided yet which exam to take.There are two different versions of the TOEFL: peper- and -Internet based. As I know, the second version contains from  Listening Comprehension, Structure and Written Expression, Reading Comprehension and Test of Written English. The first version is much easier. As to IELTS, I can take it in my country, for TOEFL I will have to go to Moskau. And I'll try it without fail. But what were you speaking about? Are there any specific subjects?

Отредактировано MissParadise (2008-11-24 00:59:13)

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