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Letter from my room-Beginner #15-Italian Podcast


Dear listeners or listeners,
Dear listener (male) or listener (female)

I am writing to you in my Budapest room. As I have already told you, I have lived in Budapest for five months: I spent an Erasmus semester here. I am writing to you in my room. I have an apartment in the center of Budapest. Three people live in an apartment. Everyone has their own room and bathroom, and the kitchen is shared.
I am writing to you in my room in Budapest. As I have already told you, I have lived in Budapest for five months: I spent an Erasmus semester here. I am writing to you in my room. I have an apartment in the center of Budapest. Three people live in an apartment. Everyone (they) has their own room and bathroom, and the kitchen is shared.

My room is big and empty. There is a lot of space I don’t know how to occupy. I have a bed, a sofa and some coffee tables. When I arrived at this apartment, I bought a table because there was no real table.
My room is big, empty and bare. There is a lot of space I don’t know how to fill. I have a bed, a sofa and some small tables. When I arrived at this apartment, I bought a table (meaning “table”) because there was no real table there.

I need a desk to study and use the computer. I went to IKEA and bought a table. It is not easy to transport it to my house. Fortunately, the subway station is very close to my home. At home, I installed it. How is your room? Do you live in an apartment or a house?
I need a desk (or desk) to study and use the computer. I went to IKEA and bought a table. It is not easy to bring it to my house. Fortunately, the subway station is very close to my home. I assembled it at home. How is your room? Do you live in an apartment or a house?

A kind and calm Iranian boy and a Spanish girl lived in the apartment. I like Iranian boys, not Spanish girls. Sometimes he would take his friends home at two o’clock in the morning, making loud noises or even hearing them. But these are life issues for people you don’t know. Anyone can happen to you. Have you lived with anyone else?
My roommate is (literally: living in an apartment) an Iranian-calm and easygoing-and a Spanish girl. I like Iranians, not Spanish girls. Sometimes she took her friends home at two in the morning, she was so noisy, she didn’t even warn (us). But these are questions about living (living) with other people you don’t know. You don’t know who you will find. * Have you lived with anyone else?

* See the meaning of “capitare”

All in all, I am not complaining. I live in a very central area, very close to my university. It takes me 3 minutes to walk to the university. If I walk in the opposite direction for 5-10 minutes, I will reach the Danube, which is one of my favorite places in Budapest. Do you need a long time to go to school or work? If so, I suggest you use this time to read or listen to podcasts. For example, Italian podcasts!
All in all, I can’t complain (I don’t complain). I live in a very central area, very close to my university. A three-minute walk to my university (a three-minute walk to my university). If I walk in the opposite direction for 5-10 minutes, I will reach the Danube, which is one of my favorite places in Budapest. Do you need a long time to go to school or work? If so, I suggest you use this time to read or listen to podcasts. For example, Italian podcasts!

David



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