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Current Residence: Moscow
Favourite genre of music: k-pop
Favourite photographer: Guchkin Eugene
Favourite style of art: realism, photo-realism
Operating System: Windows ^_^
MP3 player of choice: iPod Nano

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tiberiux77 Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
eh :D we always think our art is not good enough :D 
SonKiza Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013
Uhh..thank you) Trying my best, but it actually still not good enough
tiberiux77 Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
your art is amazing :D
Kiraya00 Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2010
Thanks for the faves! :D
fainin Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yeah, no-one usually writes to me either. You're not annoying at all! This is your page, after all.
My mother used to work as an interpreter, so languages mean a lot to her. So even though she wanted me to speak Russian, she won't let me go to Russia (at least not on my own) and apparently I can't have a Russian boyfriend, either. I think she had some bad experiences there, but it's still not much of an excuse.
I knew I was the worst student in Russian school, so I didn't always go, but it doesn't worry me so much now. However in my normal school, the teachers knew I went to it, and so sometimes my history teacher would say something in Russian and that would really put me on the spot. He did that to another Russian girl sometimes too, and she couldn't really speak it either. He asked her once what "devotchka" meant, and she misheard him and said she didn't know, and felt really embarrassed.
A lot of the students I studied German with went on exchange there, and some were with families that only spoke limited English, and the students' German wasn't very good, but they got used to it. I think it helped that all the exchange students met up regularly. I once went to a school where a lot of the kids couldn't speak English, but they still turned up every day and somehow got through without despairing.
I was talking to someone else from Russia about studying in Australia, and how the Russian community isn't so big here any more. There are some Ukrainian ogranisations, but if someone came here without much English or friends and family, they would pretty much be lost. It's unfortunate, but fewer schools and universities are teaching Russian and Ukrainian these days. I think they even stopped teaching Hungarian this year. They're only interested in French, Chinese, and German.
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