I wish one day could speak Nordic languages. Finnish and Norsk are my favs.
Hello, my name is Dora Ivanova Vysotskaya. I'm 24 years old and I'm from Bragin, a locality in the Gomel region, in southern Belarus, 45 km from Chernobyl. My parents died by radiaction and I have 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 the Spanish and Catalan language, since I was welcomed every summer with my brother for a Spanish family that lived in Barcelona and collaborated with orphaned children who had consequences of the Chernobyl accident. We learned Catalan and Spanish. We spent every summer with them since age 10. Three years latter they asked us if we want to have them as adoptive father's. They came with us and we live in Belarus with my maternal grandmother
My paternal grandmother is Bosnian - she speaks Bosnian, Serbian and Croatian and my maternal grandparents are from Crimea Peninsula
I had Romanian friends who taught me their language and I learn it
Actually I'm concentrate in Crimean Tatar lessons and working as a tourist guide, also I start to learn Turkmen