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loopy1 15 yrs ago | 1 replies
Je vais acheter quelques uns de amazon.fr. Les rings m'interesse, mais je lis très lentement en français! Mais pour les recommandations :-)

loopy1 15 yrs ago | 8 replies
Bonjour, j'étudie le français en ce moment et j'aime lire des livres en français. Est-ce que c'est des auteurs français que vous recommandez? J'aime lire des flics, en particulier les flics qui se passent en France, et…

loopy1 16 yrs ago
> Flat Stanley is fun, isn't he. Loopy, if > Stanley has any time left to > travel after visiting those on your list, > he's welcome to come north to > Inverness. If he arrives in May I'll be in > my second 4-wee…

loopy1 16 yrs ago | 5 replies
http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/3368232 For anyone who doesn't know, Flat Stanley is a book about a boy who gets squashed flat. He goes on lots of adventures including being posted to California for a holiday, as p…

loopy1 16 yrs ago
I will try on the French forum, but since this is the book wish list forum I'm trying here as well :-)

loopy1 16 yrs ago | 4 replies
I'm studying French at the moment and would love the chance to read books in French - not translations into French, but by French authors. I've read Le Grand Meaulnes, but don't want anything more difficult than that! …

loopy1 16 yrs ago
Thanks Annulla, and all others who have expressed their thoughts. My husband is in London, he reached his office safely. Luckily he can walk from the mainline station, so doesn't use the tube. He's not sure whether he…

loopy1 16 yrs ago
> I live one hours train ride from London- We're not much further away, on the other side - there's lots of talk about extra facilities etc in my area. Go London!

loopy1 16 yrs ago
It was a great time! I've put a couple of photos on flickr.com and a couple of entries on livejournal (both places as loopy1). Congrats and many thanks to the usual suspects, Steve, Babs and Jenny, for all their hard w…

loopy1 16 yrs ago | 1 replies
Oh, gosh-darn it! I was in Canterbury this Saturday, but didn't wander around enough, obviously. Must check the forums more often ;-)

loopy1 16 yrs ago
> While the reasons for the 'pro' stats on > the page have been extensively > listed here, I haven't seen many reasons > posted as to why those that > are bothered by it feel that way...what is > so bad in it tha…

loopy1 16 yrs ago | 1 replies
> > The point of only the moderator > posting is > to stop there being > chat on that site. > Thanks for confirming that I hadn't > misread it. A news service is OK > but I like to be able to discuss matte…

loopy1 16 yrs ago
> That would seem like a logical > complimentary service- it seems to me if > people want something exclusive to the UK > then why not host it > elsewhere? I guess it has been as BCUK, > but the format of BCUK is…

loopy1 17 yrs ago
I can go cook my dinner now ;-)

loopy1 17 yrs ago | 13 replies
Okay, guys, may I ask please: what's broiling? It sounds to me like grilling. Is there are difference? I'm confused!

loopy1 17 yrs ago
Well I'm going to go against the majority :-) My children have a tv in their bedroom. It's not connected to an arial, and isn't likely to be for many years to come, but they can watch their videos on it or play on th…

loopy1 17 yrs ago
Mine too - this is in England, UK. Looking forward to getting into it.

loopy1 17 yrs ago | 1 replies
Well after a year's rest I've signed up for another Open University course! It's sociology this time, which I intended to study the first time round, but got sidetracked by computing :-) Not sure whether I'll compl…

loopy1 17 yrs ago | 33 replies
This time last year I came to the forums really fed up, as the course I was studying was really hard going. I was on the verge of giving up, and it was the encouragement I received from people here that kept me going. …

loopy1 17 yrs ago
Yep. Got it at the weekend. My kids love it too. It's really fun listening to my six year old discussing potty training! I think the fact that the family grows and changes will make it more long-lasting than Sims, al…

loopy1 17 yrs ago
This is so frustrating! Nothing so far rings bells - I keep thinking of avalanche effect, because I think he explains it in terms of snow being affected by global warming or something, so it forms differently and is mor…

loopy1 17 yrs ago
At least that narrows it down a bit. Not sure I've still got my copy, I'll have to have a hunt round. This is so frustrating!

loopy1 17 yrs ago
I don't think it's anything mentioned so far. This is really frustrating me! Short of rereading all Ben Elton's books, which doesn't guarantee I'd find it anyway as I'm not sure of the source, I don't know how else to …

loopy1 17 yrs ago | 29 replies
This is something I read once in a book, and I can't think of the proper word for it now! You know the snowball effect, where something starts small and just keeps growing bigger and bigger? (kind of like bookcrossing,…

loopy1 17 yrs ago
> (or give it back to her next Christmas, > with a neutral expression on your face...) LOL! I love that idea! I know, I'm torn between the adult response I know I should make and the childish response that I'm t…

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