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This is what we have written during those lovely years. Good old days! I hope you enjoy reading it.


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October 2009

behnam October 1st 2009 Dear Friends,

How are you today? I hope you are having a nice day. There is an article entitled 'Learning English with the Internet', in 'New Pages..' section of this site. The runner of this site has kindly addressed to our thread, when giving some tips on how to improve our language skills on the Internet. I have put two comments there, and Marina has done it as well. Please have a look at it and read what Clare has written. It boosts our selfconfidence! :):):) By the way, I would like to take this opportunity and say that dear friends (Mohsen, Mortaza, Cathy, Setayesh, Elham, Rosa, Nana, Sepehr, Ahmad, Muhammad, Mahta, Veronica, Andrew, Maryam, Manal, Asal, Mina, and all people who have put messages on this thread), I HAVE MISSED YOU TERRIBLY. Please do not leave us alone. We need you friendship. I hope to hear from you soon. Please do not keep me waiting. All the best, Behnam, 1 October 2009

behnam October 1st 2009 Hi Marina, How are you? I hope you are fine. Many many thanks for friendly nice posts. They all make my spirit up. They make me happy. They make me laugh. You are a great writer. You know how to make your friend feel happy. Dear Marina, driving cannot be done theoretically! You have to practise, since it is a practical skill. If you want me to be your instructor, that is OK with me, but I have to sit beside you in a car! :):):) I doubt if you allow me to sit next to you in a car! :):):) If I could change this world, or if I could choose a new world, I would like a world without

poverty sadness, w illness, greed, crue desert, and flood. One thing w y, war, elty, which really makes me y e sad, ver unhappy and angry is seeing so aristocr ry ome racies or ric people, a other pe ch and eople around them like so beggar rs. ome Yesterd I was dr day, riving to ho ome. I was d disgusted to see a mode car park in front of a very ern ked beautifu house; lik a palace, and two pe ful ke , eople were washing an cleaning their car! I made me nd It feel unw and ill. My head ached for a w well while. I still get angry w l when I reme ember that situation. Why? Why? Why? Why some p W people stea (I believe earning mo al oney illegall is worse than ly t stealing and mak themselve powerful and rich, an then other people m be their servants? g.) ke es nd must r I really hate this si ituation. When th here is a pa alace, surely someone h lost thei small hom I don't k y has ir me. know how to state what o t is in my mind. I hop you get the point. B y pe t Believe me, a the mome I am ver sad again because at ent, ry n, it remin me deep hatred of t cruel world. :(:(:( nds p this Almost in all situat tions, the more stupid, the richer t they are! It is really str range! As if, treasures f, are foun by stupid people!!!! nd d ! My min doesn't he me with writing mo It stopp working I hope you forgive me nd elp ore. ped g! u e. I hope t hear mor from you soon. to re All the best, b Behnam 1 October 2009 m, r 376 mortaza a.abtahi Oc ctober 1st 20 009 Dear Be ehnam, Maybe ingenious p people are a after someth hings more i important a more va and aluable than money n and pow wer:) By the w which one is more important wealth or knowledge? way, e t: Regards ds, Mortaza a October 1, 2009. r

metze October 1st 2009 ean Dear An ndrew, You can ask the Ta driver di n axi irectly bring you here ,p g please brin your thick packet mo ng k oney with yourself I do know where is R lf. w Rosa , She is a history t s teacher, as w as Eng well glish ,Spanis teacher, sh We real need her, Roooooosa ly aaaa.... Where are you I am going to visit Al u, g lhambra for rtress , Please h me...? help

I have a good new ,I have a friend from France , she may jion us very soon. I am drinking a Mug of tea in one breath. But nobody give me money Mohsen

ahmad safarzadeh October 1st 2009 Three things in life that are never certain: Dreams - Success - Fortune Three things in life that,one gone never come back: Time - Words - Opportunit Three things in life that can destroy a man/woman: Alcohl - Pride - Anger Three things that make a man/woman: Hard work - Sincerity - Commitment Three things in life that are most valuable: Love - Self-confidence - Friends Three things in life that may never be lost: Peace - Hope - Honesty

ahmad safarzadeh October 1st 2009 Don't be upset from people, because they are upset too, they are alone but they run away from themselves because they are in doubt about themselves & about their love &their fact, so love then even when they don't love you

ahmad safarzadeh October 1st 2009 In the name of God who created the life with death, created the colorless friendships, created the life with colors, the love colorful, the rainbow in7 colors, the moth in 100colors & created me nostalgic

ahmad safarzadeh October 1st 2009 1. Knowledge is the legacy of the Prophets; wealth is the inheritance of the Pharaohs. Therefore, knowledge is better than wealth.

2. You are to guard your wealth but knowledge guards you. Therefore, knowledge is better. 3. A man of wealth has many enemies, while a man of knowledge has many friends. Hence, knowledge is better. 4. Knowledge is better because it increases with distribution, while wealth decreases by that act. 5. Knowledge is better because a learned man is apt to be generous while a wealthy person is apt to be miserly. 6. Knowledge is better because it cannot be stolen while wealth can be stolen. 7. Knowledge is better because time cannot harm knowledge but wealth rusts in course of time and wears away. 8. Knowledge is better because it is boundless while wealth is limited and you can keep account of it. 9. Knowledge is better because it illuminates the mind while wealth is apt to blacken it. 10.Knowledge is better because it induced the humanity in our Prophet to say to GOD. ?We worship thee as we are your servants,? while wealth engendered in Pharaoh and Nimrod the vanity which made them claim God-head.

mortaza.abtahi October 1st 2009 Dear Behnam, When I was reading your last post to me and I reached the point where you mentioned that, during your recent journey to Mashad, you passed Damghan by bus and then you remembered of me, it made me feel very happy:). Thank you! Now, you have a real image of the city I am living in, and this may help us to have a better connection. And when you were talking about the conditions in that bus, I was underestanding you very well! Let me talk here a little about myself. In 1374 (1994), I finished my highschool and I got a diploma from a school at the city of Neyshaboor (I am not a Neyshaboori!!), and then I took the exam that is well-known as KONKOOR! I became successful in passing the exam, so I received a document (a form) which I had to fill it out to determine my preferences for universities and majors I wanted to study. I filled out the document and sent it to its destination. After a couple of months I learnt, from an official newspaper, that I was accepted to study

Mathematics at the university of Rafsanjan!, and do you know where is this city located? At the time I was shocked! Why? Because I had never put the name of this university in the list of my preferences! It simply was a big mistake; instead of entering the code, for example, 428 I had entered 482!! I did not have any choice but going to Rafsanjan and registering in its university as a new student. At the beginning, I was so sad and desperate to find a way to get out that city, which was far from my city. After struggling for a couple of months to move to some better and closer universities at which I really deserved to study, I realized that trying to go somewhere else was just a waste of time and energy. So I decided to start studying hard and being the number one student at that university; it was not very difficult and I got all teachers' attention after passing final exams in the first semester:) Now, we are approaching to the main point of this writing. During all those 4 years that I was studying at Rafsanjan, I had to go there by bus, because, at the time, there was no a railway from Mashad to Rafsanjan and, moreover, I did not have enough money to afford plane tickets. At that time, buses were not as good as these days; they were old, used and not in good condition. I usually came bock home, from Rafsanjan, to visit my parents every 2 months. At spring and summer the bus was so hot and in the winter it was cold so that we had to wrap a blanket around our feet and ankles. It was a very good experience and I learnt a lot from it. By the way, while I was a student at the university of Rafsanjan, I had a chance to visit the city of BAM and, in particular, the BAM Citadel (Arg-e BAM), the largest adobe building in the world, before it was destroyed during the earthquake in 2003:(:(:(. Thank you for reading this long text. Mortaza October 1, 2009.

Andrew October 1st 2009 Dear Veronica and :)... ...and also everyone concerned (and having a possibility, depending on Internet stability and speed) in obtaining voice speaking practice. As far as I know people often being confused or even afraid to speak by voice. During face-toface conversation there are no things which help us to feel comfort and confidence: time to think over a phrase, use a dictionary. Even to follow some definite subject comes to be not so easy.

But ther is simple way to form a voice co re e m onversation in order to make it mo sequenc n o ore ced, comfort table and th herefore usef eful. This wa is: ay to discu our own posts, any p uss possible mi isunderstandings, corre mistakes Someone may just ect s. think ov the ques ver stions to ask in advance k e. I bring my apologi for rising this subjec again and again to t ies g ct d those of you who has no a u possibil of using Skype or a lity g another simi