Off topic: Calling Argentinian colleagues
Thread poster: Stephen Finch
Stephen Finch  Identity Verified
Local time: 16:00
French to English
Aug 15, 2005

Dear colleagues
I am intending to visit Buenos Aires for 2 or 3 months in the next few weeks. I want to know what life is really like there, so I am hoping to stay with a family or anyone with a spare room. I wonder if any of you would be able to offer me accommodation?

Naturally it would be best if you shared my interests: music (I will be bringing my guitar – but I’m not that good so need to practise a lot!), football (Boca Juniors, anyone), and tango (my real reason for coming is to learn this lovely dance properly) plus all sorts of general cultural interests.

I would be more than happy to help improve your English conversation and need to vastly improve my Spanish. As I am hoping to do some work, I would also need to get Internet access to download jobs.

I hope you are able to help
Thanks in advance

Stephen


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Aurora Humarán  Identity Verified
Argentina
Local time: 12:00
English to Spanish
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Hola, che :-))))) Aug 18, 2005

Stephen Finch wrote:

Dear colleagues
I am intending to visit Buenos Aires for 2 or 3 months in the next few weeks.






I want to know what life is really like there, so I am hoping to stay with a family or anyone with a spare room. I wonder if any of you would be able to offer me accommodation?


I cannot help you with this but I can give you the telephone number of a friend of mine who has a big apartment in the Belgrano area (really nice). She hires the rooms at reasonable prices.


Boca Juniors, anyone)


Here!


and tango (my real reason for coming is to learn this lovely dance properly) plus all sorts of general cultural interests.


I know several places where you can take tango classes.


I would be more than happy to help improve your English conversation and need to vastly improve my Spanish. As I am hoping to do some work, I would also need to get Internet access to download jobs.


Why don't you repost in the Spanish Forum? Just an idea. Not all Argentine proZians come to the Off-topic forum, but most of us go to the Spanish Forum.

See you soon!

Au
aurora@alephtranslations.com


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