Grazie! I've never been to Italy, unfortunately, but I've met some awesome Italian people on the Internet and when I lived in Germany for a month.Greetings! I've been a few times in Rio De Janeiro on my way from Italy to Montevideo ... beautiful place and fantastic people ...
Tack så mycket! Svenska is one of the languages that I learned a bit with help from friends and Duolingo!Welcome from Sweden!
Indeed they are. I've seen them live in São Paulo when they opened for Metallica. I actually love their newer stuff too, Quadra was an amazing album imho.Welcome from North Carolina. Also a metal head. Sepultura is one of the greats.
Haha, I won't stay away from my Latakia even if it's scorching hot.You have a very interesting introduction! Welcome from another new member. I laughed at your weather matching comment. I live in South Texas, so similar situation.
Near Leme beach, huh? That's one of my favourite places in the city!Boa tarde. Been to Rio maybe 12 times, was renting an apartment on Rua Gustavo Sampaio around 2004.
All the best!
Thanks . I just love languages and I will hopefully learn many, many more.You have a very nice introduction, Rico.
You are certainly the polyglot!
Now THAT's a coincidence! The American friend I mentioned that sent me some tobacco for Christmas is from KC!Welcome from KC in the USA!!
Go raibh maith agat! Or in the other Celtic langauge that I was learning, Welsh: Diolch yn fawr! I hope you're enjoying São Paulo. Although I'm from Rio, I love Sampa and I've been there like four times just to watch metal bands that do not come to Rio. Sláinte!Dia duit, lá maith agus fáilte (ó Éireannach atá ina chónaí i São Paulo)
Hello, good day and welcome (from an Irishman living São Paulo)
Olá, bom dia e bem-vindo (de um irlandês que mora em São Paulo)