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My 2009 CAE students at ARCI, Rosario, Argentina

Aldana Moroni
  • 25, Female
  • Rosario, Santa Fe
  • Argentina
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About me

Hi! My name is Aldana and I'm 17 years old. This is my last year at school and I'm eager to start studying a career next year.
This is my class at school, this year we're travelling to Bariloche, which is a city in the south of Argentina with a beautiful landscape where you can go skiing or snowboarding, at night you can go to different nightclubs to dance... We're so excited!

I live in Rosario, Argentina. It's such a beautiful city! You can go to several places such as the beach, the shopping centre, and many others. I enjoy spending time with my friends. We usually go to the shopping centre to watch a film o just to have an ice cream.
I'm studying English because is a rewarding activity for me and also because it allows me to comunicate with people from all over the world.
I hope to get along with many different people!
Furthermore, I would like to know about the culture of the people from overseas as I find it very interesting.
That's all for now... See you soon!

Aldana Moroni's Blog

Hobson's choice

Remember that a few classes ago, Hobson's choice came up but we didn't know what it meant? Well, I came across the meaning while I was searching another word in the dictionary, and there it was! According to the dictionary, this idiom comes from Tobias Hobson, a man who hired out horses in the 17th century. He gave his customers the choice of the horse nearest the stable door or none at all.

Hope you haven't found that out while I was away. However, it good to have it in another place in… Continue

Posted on August 17, 2009 at 10:33am — 2 Comments


Remember I had to translate the joke... I did my best! :) Well, here it goes...

Queen Elizabeth II invites the president of Argentina, Nestor Kirchner, to have a cup of tea with her at Buckingham Palace, in London.

During the meeting, Nestor asks the Queen:

- Which is your lidership philosophy?

She answers:

- Is to be surrounded by intelligent people.

- And how do you know if they are intelligent?

- I ask the right question. Let me show you.

The… Continue

Posted on June 13, 2009 at 1:48pm — 3 Comments

Funny video

Recently, I've seen a funny video in Youtube. If you want to watch it here it goes the link:

You won't regret it.

Posted on March 24, 2009 at 5:21pm

Comment Wall (5 comments)

At 3:35pm on March 11, 2009, Ana said…
Hi Aldana, you seem to be a nice girl!!!! hope to meet you soon!!!!

see you :)
At 6:38pm on March 11, 2009, Rita Zeinstejer said…
Wow, Aldana, what a beautiful entry and photo! What would you like to know about other students in other countries?
At 4:18pm on March 12, 2009, Carla said…
I'm writting to answer the question you left me at my page. I'm going to study accountancy because I really love the things an accountant does and I think it's a very rewarding job. What are you planning to study next year?
At 8:03pm on March 16, 2009, Saša Sirk said…
Hi, Aldana! Loved reading about you. What overseas cultures are you interested in? I'm from Europe and have never been to Latin America. I've met online many good friends from your part of the world. I too enjoyed learning English when I was your age, and later on ended up being an English teacher. :-) What do you plan to study next year? English? ;-)
Warm regards from the other side of the world.
At 6:52pm on March 20, 2009, Saša Sirk said…
Hey Aldana! I'm from South Eastern part of Europe. I live in the Western part of Slovenia, close to Italy. I wanted to be translator too for awhile. It's a popular choice of young people - everybody seems to want to be a translator for the European Union affairs working in Brussels. Chemistry and biology are good choices. Heh, my mum was a biologist and my dad is a chemist. :-) It's important to choose something you like. Warmly, s

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