About Students & Co.
Here are the Students & Co. who are signed up as Authors:
News: The winning essays have been published on the English Department’s new webpage! Check them out! http://www.talkingpeople.net/goyaingles/
Music, books, theater, cinema, paintings, all is my passion, and I am very happy of having found people with whom I can speak about these issues, of course, in English!! Being more accurate in my description I’ll say I’m 23, I’m from Soria and I’m finishing Journalism. Pleased to see you at the cinema!!!
Whatever description the person wants to add… You can also add a picture if you’ve got the image URL. Otherwise, you can send me the pic (picture) and then I can upload it here.
I am 28 and civil engineer. I love films and every genre such as classical, thriller, comedy, drama, action, science fiction, musical, western… English is my second passion and I hope someday I will be able to manage both of them. Therefore, I am glad to discuss about films in this marvellous language.
Paloma. Hello! I’m Paloma. I was born 49 years ago but I’m 24 in my mind. I like travelling, reading and going out with my husband and my friends. My hobby at the moment is English but in general I enjoy any kind of learning. I’m really interested in people – how they live, think, behave, etc. Perhaps that’s the reason why I like History. I also like Paleoanthropology very much, you know, the Neanderthals and the rest of our relatives. I have four children – two daughters and two sons (24, 22, 18, 12). I did a degree in Pharmacy. I was born in Toledo and I’ve lived in Madrid, Badajoz and Valladolid. I hate doing the housework.
Dakota. I’m a teacher but I’m here not because of that! I’m not a Dakota (a Sioux Indian), but I’m learning about and from Native American Indian people to offer courses on that some day. I’m putting together a blog on Native/American Indians, for the time being. Anyway, I started using Dakota as a nick many years ago, when I did not know about Indians, and just because I loved the sound of the word. Nowadays I even know the word actually means “friend”, which made me laugh when I discovered it!
I’m contributing one of my favorite poems by an American Indian author, Dian Million – “The Housing Poem“. Enjoy!