Cultura PI2

28 September 2006


I´m Anaisa and I´m 17 years old. I´m tall and slim. My hair is curly but sometimes it´s straight. I like watching films, swimming, playing volleyball and going out. I love my parents and they are very important to me. I have a boyfriend too and he´s very affectionate. I love him. I like travelling with my friends and family. My dream is to get married one day and to have a good family.And you? Do you have children? What´s the weather like in Poland?

Poland and Myself

Hi everyone,
I’m glad to get to know you a bit better. Thank you Lauriane, Ana Flavia, Luna, Anaisa, Marta, Luisa and Janaina. Well, now it’s time to introduce myself a bit more. I’m 34, married and childless. I’m quite tall with fair hair and light eyes. DIY is my favorite pastime.

My hometown’s got about 3000 inhabitants. Life here is very calm, especially in the winter when there aren’t as many people as in the summer. In the summer many people who want to get out of the city come down here to spend some time closer to the nature. We’ve got a cinema, an excellent museum of our local culture, a river, a small dam, a sport’s club with a nice football pitch and some cafes. It’s a small town but we’ve got almost everything that a big city can offer without all that hassle and bustle.

Poland is a medium-size country in Central Europe. It isn’t as hot as Brazil, sometimes it gets -20C in the winter and in the summer +35C but for us it’s normal. We’ve got various landscapes and regions; the Tatry Mountains, the Baltic Sea, the Mazury Lakes and a lot of plain areas. I haven’t traveled extensively in Poland but for me Krakow is the nicest place. It’s very old and the architecture is very beautiful.

Poles (=people from Poland) eat a lot of potatoes and meat, mostly pork, chicken and fish. The people are nice and everybody dreams of going to exotic places such as Brazil in the winter. Our families are usually small and we don’t get together very often because we frequently leave home when we are 18-20 and start our own life sometimes far from our parents. Here are some photos from Poland:

21 September 2006

Hi everyone,
This blog is getting very interesting, isn´t it? I´m going to answer your first questions, which , by the way, are very good.
First luna - I´m fine and you, how are you? I´m an English teacher but I haven´t always been a teacher. And you what do you do?
luiza campos - I live in Brazil nowadays, and where do you live? Is your town beautiful?
ana flavia - I´m 34, and how old are you?
anamaria - I speak English, a little Portuguese, I can also speak Polish and some Russian. What languages do you speak? Ablas Espanhiol?
lauriane - I was born and grew up in Poland. Where did you grow up? Tell me a little about your hometown.
janaina - my name is Tom. Is Janaina your only name or you have more names?

I´m really looking forward to your questions as well as some informations about yourselves. Here is my flag
Your Mistery Guest

14 September 2006


I´m your Mystery Guest for this semester. I´m not Brazilian but I speak Portuguese a little. You have to ask me questions if you want to get to know me a little better. I´m going to answer your questions every week.

Your Mystery Guest.