Would you like to move to another country? Which one? Why?

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Avatar do usuário Flavia.lm 3885 1 9 86
Question: Would you like to move to another country? Which one? Why?

Answer: I particularly wouldn't like to live in another place for a long period. But I still hope I’ll get to spend some weeks in US to study English – soon! And maybe some cities in Europe, in the future. I have a friend from Montpellier – south of France, and it seems to be a very nice place.

Now it’s your turn!
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Avatar do usuário w.slayman 110
During my career in the U.S. Army I have been to many countries (over 30) some for a few hours and some for a year or more. During these visits have come to realize that most people of the world will return to a foreigner the same as the foreigner gives to them. In other words "reap as ye shall sow". As a young boy my father also a soldier, was stationed in Japan for six years and I learned a lot about Japan, including how to speak Japanese, we also lived in Germany for one year, and visited many countries in Europe. Based on the above and my study of current events there are only two countries that I would like to live in.

The first is the United States of America, but the readers of this posting should have deduced that.

The second is the Federal Republic of Brazil, again those who have read my other posts should have presumed this choice. The reasons I would like to live in Brasil are many and include: The Climate in the South East; Geographical Location in relation to some of the most Amazing Natural Wonders of the world; seeing some of the most Beautiful Women that God put on the face of Earth, the Inner Beauty of the Brasilian people: the amazingly Heterogeneous (diverse) Architecture of the country; the Vivaciousness of the entire country; the Economic Dynamo that Brasil has become; and last but not least, Sao Paulo, Brasil is the home of the Most Beautiful Baby Girl in the World, Maria Eduarda, my :D Grandaughter. :D

The ideal solution to my conundrum would be for me to have enough money to be able to afford two houses, cars, furniture, clothing, etcetera, one set in the United States and one set in Brasil, and to live in Pensacola, Florida from October to March, and in Jundia, SP from March to October. Maybe the lottery. :lol:

Bill Slayman
Pensacola, Florida
w.slayman@hotmail.com
Avatar do usuário JacksonB 95 2
Well, my first choice would surely be Canada. Because of the cold weather which I love, the organization, nice people, and the language(s) of course(and maybe to meet someone i've been talking to since I was 16).

But I wouldn't mind living in both London or New York City. (Or wherever people speak English)
Avatar do usuário w.slayman 110
Flavia.lm escreveu:Question: Would you like to move to another country? Which one? Why?

Answer: I particularly wouldn't like to live in another place for a long period. But I still hope I’ll get to spend some weeks in US to study English – soon! And maybe some cities in Europe, in the future. I have a friend from Montpellier – south of France, and it seems to be a very nice place.

Now it’s your turn!


If I may be so bold as to suggest the following minor improvements

... to spend several weeks in the US... or to spend some time in the US
... And maybe in the future some cities in Europe. ...
Hello everybody,

Well, I do like and love Brazil a lot! After all it's my home place.

But I would like to live some years in the US.

The first reason is because my sister lives there. She has opened a process of citzenship to me and it has been running on the Department of Visa of the US for 3 years or more. Maybe on the final of this year I can move and get my Green Card.

The second reason is because my area, Infomation Systems, has a great market in the US. Maybe when I go we will move to San Francisco which has the biggest market on this area.

The third reason is because I need to learn English and there is not a better place to learn than another country which its native language is English.

See you.

ps: If I made some mistakes please correct me ;)
Avatar do usuário Flavia.lm 3885 1 9 86
w.slayman escreveu:
Flavia.lm escreveu:Question: Would you like to move to another country? Which one? Why?

Answer: I particularly wouldn't like to live in another place for a long period. But I still hope I’ll get to spend some weeks in US to study English – soon! And maybe some cities in Europe, in the future. I have a friend from Montpellier – south of France, and it seems to be a very nice place.

Now it’s your turn!


If I may be so bold as to suggest the following minor improvements

... to spend several weeks in the US... or to spend some time in the US
... And maybe in the future some cities in Europe. ...


Hi Bill
You're not being bold, please feel free to correct anything written by me. Corrections are always welcome!
Avatar do usuário Marcio_Farias 12350 1 22 206
I'd rather continue to live down here. Because I'd feel like a fish out of water. A 56-year-old fish.
Avatar do usuário w.slayman 110
[quote="rguimaraesc"]Hello everybody,

Well, I do like and love Brazil a lot! After all it's my home place.

But I would like to live some years in the US.

The first reason is because my sister lives there. She has opened a process of citzenship to me and it has been running on the Department of Visa of the US for 3 years or more. Maybe on the final of this year I can move and get my Green Card.

The second reason is because my area, Infomation Systems, has a great market in the US. Maybe when I go we will move to San Francisco which has the biggest market on this area.

The third reason is because I need to learn English and there is not a better place to learn than another country which its native language is English.

Some suggested improvements:

... live for several years in the U.S.... ;

Three years ago she started the process to obtain a Permenant Visa for me, and maybe by the end of this year I can immigrate to the U.S, with my green card. ...

The second reason is, The U.S. in general and San Francisco in particular have great markets for myeducation and area of specialization, Information Systems....

The third reason is that mastering the English language would be much easier in a place where the native tounge is English.

I hope these suggestions help you.
Wow. It seems to I have so much to improve!

Thanks Mr. Slayman!
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Avatar do usuário Logan18 20
If I have to move to another country I'd like to live in Italy or Canadá, surely I'd give preference to live in Canadá, I think Canadá is a safe place to live, everyone here who ever have been in Canadá always come back with a lot of a good news, it's simply amazing, they come back talking about the healthcare system, the people who live in there and about the accomodations that there are in Canadá. In my point of view, Brazil is Also a good place to live in, but the violence and the criminality make people feel afraid of live here, even so I'm proud of my country.

Go on Brazil!