Carlo
Three English speaking places I'd like to visit I never went to an English speaking country, so I think my choices are quite predictable, at least two of them: London, New York and Stellenbosch (South Africa). I imagine it's quite obvious why I want to visit London and New York: these are fantastic cities and growing up, watching TV and movies, I've always fantasized about visiting those places where I spent so many hours of my life (maybe too many...) on the other side of the screen! I'd like to see Central Park, Notting Hill, Manhattan, King's Cross (Yeah I know... big proud Potterhead!), the Brooklyn Bridge and so many other things... I hope one day I'll have the opportunity to visit at least one of them! My third choice it's more unusual: Stellenbosch is a town in South Africa, and I know nothing about it, except for the fact that there you can find one of the most amazing choir in the world, I'm talking about the Stellenbosch University Choir (please, search it on YouTube and listen some of their pieces, you won't regret it!). I don't know if I can say it's the best choir in the world, but I'm pretty sure it's my favorite, and I really hope one day to be able to hear them with my own ears and enjoy one of their astonishing concerts. Please, feel free to correct my English and my writing style, thanks!
Feb 26, 2021 9:53 PM
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Three English speaking places I'd like to visit I have never been to an English speaking country, so I think at least two of my choices are quite predictable: London, New York and Stellenbosch (South Africa). I imagine it's quite obvious why I want to visit London and New York: these are fantastic cities and growing up, watching TV and movies, I've always fantasized about visiting those places where I spent so many hours of my life (maybe too many...) on the other side of the screen! I'd like to see Central Park, Notting Hill, Manhattan, King's Cross (Yeah I know... big proud Potterhead!), the Brooklyn Bridge and so many other things... I hope one day I'll have the opportunity to visit at least one of them! My third choice is more unusual: Stellenbosch is a town in South Africa, and I know nothing about it, except for the fact that you can find one of the most amazing choirs in the world there. I'm talking about the Stellenbosch University Choir (please, search for it on YouTube and listen to some of their pieces, you won't regret it!). I don't know if I can say it's the best choir in the world, but I'm pretty sure it's my favorite, and I really hope one day to be able to hear them with my own ears and enjoy one of their astonishing concerts. Please, feel free to correct my English and my writing style, thanks!
great text! That choir sounds amazing — I’ll have to check them out! :)
Feb 26, 2021 10:37 PM
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Carlo
Language Skills
English, German, Italian, Spanish
Learning Language
English