Ględelig påske, dear J..!
Haha, grammar can really make you lose all your joy for speaking in foreign languages.
The problem in Switzerland seems to be that for example people who live in the German speaking part of Switzerland don“t get along very well with people who live in the French part of the country.
That“s such a shame!
Well - but in the end I“m nothing but glad that Google translate could help me to send you my season greetings!
German is indeed a difficult language.
I always found it a little bit weird that a small country like Switzerland has in fact 4 different languages - German (+Schwyzerdütsch), French, Italian and Rhaeto-Romanic .....
Do you live near the German border? Do you like to speak German?
People from Uruguay seem to be spread all over the world!
And PdE is a very nice place to be in summer!
Did you know that Diego Forlįn doesn“t like to drink mate?
Oh and there is no rivalry between Peńarol or Nacional. It“s only Peńarol that counts.....
I think that my English is quite okay. My French is rather comme ci, comme ēa.
And unfortunately I don“t speak Italian.
But I can speak German fluently - an I even understand Schwyzerdütsch (the Swiss version of German), but don“t speak it all the day.
Even most native Swiss people I know can“t speak French/Italian fluently.
A couple of years ago I 'revealed' on FIF that MVD is an abbreviation for Montevideo.
Due to my father“s profession the familiy had to travel a lot.
For several years we are living in Europe, at the moment in a small village surrounded by Swiss Alps.
I must admit that Google was my friend.....
I don“t speak Danish. But I“m really glad that Google translator did a good job!
All my best wishes to you and your family!
Ględelig jul og godt nytår!
I don“t know that much about Egypt - but I truly hope that Devious is okay!
Same goes for his lovely cute cats.....