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Mariakiev 21 months ago


Mariakiev 21 months ago


MariakievHow I did it

Nothing scary about this exam, really! You just need to practice as more exercises as you can preferably from the last exams to get the feeling of what the examiner expects to see in your reply and to get to know the types of questions that appear in the exam the most often.
Actually I didn’t take any tuition. Just read the book. Only the textbook, I didn’t do practice kit. I did all the questions in the main book and previous exam questions for the last 2 years (available free on CIMA’s official website). I started to read book on May 1 only, so I really didn’t have and didn’t need much time for revision :) Before the exam I took 4 days off at work to read the last third of the book and practice responding the exam questions. 21 months ago


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Oh, then wish you a good trip. I liked San Pau Hospital. The place is under reconstruction now. But it’s wonderful! More like a palace than a hospital. And inside one of the buildings there is a free exhibition about Poverty. Really touching!
If you like seafood you can go to the Siempre Viva restaurant near Barceloneta metro station and the port. Very tasty and comparatively good price.


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I’m about to finish A1 level :) 21 months ago


MariakievA wonderful trip

3500 kilometers in 7 days. Istambul, Ankara, Central Turkey and ancient cities of West Coast. Marvellous! 21 months ago


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MariakievOne more passed! :)

Passed P1 with 87 in May. Not bad, I think. And finally I have a first Diploma. Two more exams to come in November 21 months ago


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MariakievWow!

It was a fantastic night! I think the best concert that I attended in the last 10 years. ZAZ was amasing. All the people in the National Palace stood up and danced all 1.5 hours. I will definitely come to her concert again wherever it takes place :) 21 months ago


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You might be right. Ukrainian history knew so many invaders and so many harsh times, that a few things could manage to stay unchanged. Sometimes even people within the country can’t find their relatives or friends lost during the war. But still there is a hope to find someone who remembers or has something to tell.
What I’m sure is that Ukraine is worth seeing despite that it’s somewhat unusual for people who grew abroad. So you and your daughter are welcome! :)
And thanks a lot for mentioning this film. It’s strange, but I never heard about it before. The trailer interested me. So I’m going to watch it sometime. 2 years ago


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It’s a task worth trying I think. It seems my dad knows much more than me on this. I’ll start from asking him.
I can read Russian and translate the documents for you if you need help on this. It’s not a problem at all. 2 years ago


Mariakiev10. First spring blossom

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MariakievI'm grateful today...

For recovering, for 30 minutes of pure laugh, for mum’s love, for my team at work, for a good film, for the first spring blossom, for a good sleep, for Spanish lessons, for a pleasant surprise :))) 2 years ago


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Interesting. The world is small, isn’t it? Radomysl is a small town in the Kiev suburbs. This castle was built recently on the place of ancient paper factory and watermill remains.
It’s so nice that you know the history of your great grandparents! I know nothing about mine. :( 2 years ago


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thanks :) 2 years ago


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