I wish one day could speak Nordic languages. Finnish and Norsk are my favs.
Hello, my name is Dora and I'm 24 years old and I'm from Bragin, a locality in the Gomel region, in southern Belarus, 45 km from Chernobyl. My father died by radiaction and I had sequels and I suffered thyroid cancer
I speak Russian and Belarussian since I was born. I also understand Polish. I started learning English in school, and I had studied French and Portuguese for three years. I know Spanish language because I was hosted every summer with my brother by Spanish family who colaborated by orphan children who had sequels of the Chernobyl accident
My granfather is Bosnian - he speaks Bosnian, Serbian and Croatian. I'm more fluent in Serbian than Croatian, Czech or Slovak but I could understand it. Czech and Slovak I uderstand it 70% because my grandmother is from Slovakia
I had Romanian friends who taught me their language and I learn it.
Yet, I'm living in Crimea - Bajchisarái with my aunt and my brothers working as a turist guide. I'm studing Crimean Tatar, my mother tongue, but don't ask me because I'm just a beginner student. Actually I'm concentrate in Spanish and Crimean Tatar studies.