Hello! You are reading about us. Here, we tell you about ourselves.
Many thanks to all those students who have told us about themselves. They reveal a huge variety of people.
Here we are:
Luana is an architect and interested in in ecologically-efficient buildings.
Antonio is an Accountant.
Giuggy trained as a photographer but now she is a primary school teacher.
Romina is interested in customer relations.
Alessandro’s speciality is very important: he’s a civil seismic engineer.
Simone wanted to be a doctor when he was a child.
Giorgio has a real estate company and lives in Ardea, south of Rome.
Cesare is a lawyer from Lercara Friddi near Palermo.
Cristina is studying English to pass a competition to work at the Ministry Foreign Affairs.
Cinzia is a neuropsychiatrist.
Fathalrahman is from Sudan and is doing a postgraduate degree in pharmacology.
Valentina designs railway stations.
Arsida’s heart is half Albanian and half Italian.
Niccolo‘ is studying English because he wants to work for an important international company.
Maria Chiara is an interior designer.
Vera is a film publicist, “a very funny (but also stressful) job.”
Manlio is a freelance web developer.
Claudia hopes to become a criminologist.
Valentina is from near Matera in Basilicata.
Carlotta would like to dance with Zvetlana Zacharova because she is one of the best dancers in the Bolshoi.
Paolo plays the guitar in two different bands.
Antonio has five beautiful cats.
Enrico is an Analytical Psychotherapist.
Nicolo‘ is a very keen surfer.
Gabriele is Export Manager for the Batasiolo wine company.
Monica is an actress and a dancer. She’s from Sicily.
Artur is the Permanent Representative of the Republic of Poland to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
How to tell us about yourself:
1. Go to the bottom of any page. OR, on a long page, look for “ADD YOURS” at the start of the comments section. Click and you will go directly to the comment form.
2. Click the box below “Now You Write”.
3. Write your text.
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