EDU´S TRIP TO ISRAEL (LOW B2)

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Posted on October 13, 2014, in PODCASTS and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. Hello Edu,what different country!!!people seems very believer and it call me the attention there´s neither woman in the hole wall,.I wouldn´t like live there not at all,but yes visitting of course.Regards

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    • THERE ARE SOME MISTAKES HERE: HOW MANY CAN YOU FIND?

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      • Hi, Carla!

        I undestand what you want to say and I think that the mistakes Carmen is talking about are:

        What a different country.
        People seem to be
        The fact that there were no women, caught my attention.
        I wouldn’t like to live there at all but I’d like to visit the country.

        Bye!

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    • Hi Carla!
      There are two separate parts in the Western Wall, because it´s a sacred place and it´s not allowed to mix men and women. It´s nothing related with discrimination or something like that, it´s just that they can´t be together there.
      But the whole country it´s amazing. Sometimes you can appreciate a big difference between Europe and Israel but it´s a great country. I do liked soooo much.
      Thanks for the comment!
      Regards!!
      🙂

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  2. GOOD JOB, EDU!! IT MIGHT BE A GOOD TIP TO TRY AND SPEAK MORE SLOWLY TO BE UNDERSTOOD. BY THE WAY, I DIDN´T KNOW THE TYPICAL JEWISH HAT WAS CALLED “KIPPAH” EVEN WHEN I LIVED WITH A JEWISH FAMILY IN THE UK.
    THANKS FOR YOUR COLLABORATION!!

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    • Thanks Carmen!
      I know that I spoke sooooo fast, but I wrote a lot and I tried to make the speech not so long. And I was a little nervous too because I feel shy when I listen to myself 🙂
      I´ll try to speak more slowly next time. I promise!

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  3. Hi Edu!
    So, you didn’t place a paper in the wall with your prayer? I don’t know if this act means the same for Catholics and Jewish… but my parents did it when they travelled to Israel.

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    • Hi Paco!
      I didn´t place a paper in the wall but I prayed, I´m not an ultra-religious but I consider myself as a spiritual person. I´ve prayed in sacred places for christians, jews, muslims, buddhists and hindus, and I feel exactly the same in even place… we´ll talk about next time ! Have a good weekend, mate!

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  4. PACO´S CORRECTIONS ARE FINE BUT HAVE A LOOK AT THESE SENTENCES:
    People seem to be very religious or….. seem to be big believers.
    It called my attention the fact that there wasn´t a single woman there

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