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    #1

    Smile Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter

    I wish you Happy Easter from Transilvania!

    Kellemes Husveti Unnepeket kivanok mindenkinek! ( Hungarian )

    Va doresc un Paste Fericit! ( Romanian )


    Madox

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    #2

    Re: Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter

    Same to you, Mad-ox!

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    #3

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    Happy Easter! Hope the Easter Bunny brings you lots of Peeps!

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    #4

    Re: Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter

    In Italy, apart from all sorts of Easter eggs with surprises in them, there is the traditional 'colomba' - a cake in the form of a dove.

    La colomba con il lievito naturale

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    #5

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    Hi

    Have a Happy Easter !!

    Madox, iti urez un Paste Fericit!- your friend from Romania.

    How will you celebrate this year`s Easter?

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    #6

    Smile Re: Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter

    hi,

    I 'll spend some time with my family and my girlfriend. I will also wait for the Easter Bunny I also hope to go to the church. I cannot say that I'm a church-goer but I do my best to keep the spiritual line with Him. Unfortunately, I do not have much free time as I have to learn for my graduation examination and for other such exams. Anyway thank you for your wishes. May God bless all of you!


    Madox

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    #7

    Re: Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter, Easter

    Quote Originally Posted by Mad-ox View Post
    hi,

    I 'll spend some time with my family and my girlfriend. I will also wait for the Easter Bunny I also hope to go to church. I cannot say that I'm a church-goer but I do my best to keep the spiritual line with Him. Unfortunately, I do not have much free time as I have to study for my graduation examination and for other such exams. Anyway thank you for your wishes. May God bless all of you!


    Madox
    Hello Mad-ox, whilst renewing my very best wishes for a very happy Easter, I'd like to point out the difference between 'learn' and 'study'.
    study:
    –verb (used without object)
    16. to apply oneself to the acquisition of knowledge, as by reading, investigation, or practice.
    17. to apply oneself; endeavor.
    18. to think deeply, reflect, or consider.
    19. to take a course of study, as at a college.
    learn:–verb (used without object)
    7. to acquire knowledge or skill: to learn rapidly.
    (from dictionary.com)

    You should also find this interesting:
    To study versus To learn

    P.S. Do find some time to go to church!

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