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Miracle77777
23-12-2007, 20:44
Merry Christmas to all expats and Russians here!!!!To admin and mods - creative inspiration in a New Year ^-*
To Bels, Clean, VladSkyWolf - best wishes to your families!
To TGP, Briolette - stay as nice and intelligent as you are:D
To Judge, Dick, Andrey S - thanks for your helpful and interesting posts!
To Guest - hope we will choose our President right! ^-*
To Katiar - best wishes to your Mom and Albertina - hope you will have a good relaxing during this holidays!!!!
To Genadii - Hope you will print your creation soon ^-*
To Sal - My sincerely wishes to find a nice girl who will support you, understand and love!!!:lovepot:
Thanks and all the best to everyone....

Bels
23-12-2007, 20:59
Merry Christmas and may you have a very happy new year, and many more. And also regards to the year of the mouse, err Rat :) I've corrected my little Russians who told me that one, and they are now bringing cuddly rats into the classroom, they know the difference now, and their only between the ages of 5 and 8.

Merry christmas to all expats in Expat.ru, members and administraters.

And thankyou Miracle with the lucky numbers for a nice thread.

AndreyS
23-12-2007, 21:51
Thank you very much Miracle for paying your attention to each of us! You are so kind and considerate!

Merry Christmas and all the best to you!

Judge
23-12-2007, 22:54
This is my fav crimbo song, wanna share it with you all..

Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat
Please put a penny in the old man's hat
If you haven't got a penny, a ha'penny will do
If you haven't got a ha'penny, a farthing will do
If you haven't got a farthing, then God bless you!

It's a fun song for russian kids to learn.

Bels
23-12-2007, 23:09
This is my fav crimbo song, wanna share it with you all..

Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat
Please put a penny in the old man's hat
If you haven't got a penny, a ha'penny will do
If you haven't got a ha'penny, a farthing will do
If you haven't got a farthing, then God bless you!

It's a fun song for russian kids to learn.

Brilliant!! and I'm going to use it, probm is I'll have to explain words such as halfpenny and farthing :) :)

Merry Christmas Judge.