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Momo

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About Momo

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  • Birthday 28/09/1957

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  • Biography
    Married with two children. I have been a member here since 19 Dec 2005.
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    The Netherlands
  • Interests
    Reading, Esperanto, Music
  • How did you hear about this site?
    from Cathy whom I met at another site

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    http://momobookblog.blogspot.com/

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  1. A Son of War by Melvyn Bragg
  2. Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch and Cal by Bernard MacLaverty, also a German novel by Ralph Giordano, Deutschlandreise
  3. If you are not satisfied with your present quality of literature, it's certainly time to move on. That's what happened to me. When I first read English novels, they were children's literature and then "easy reading" (beach read/chick lit, whatever you want to call it). I have not been happy with that kind of literature for a long time and have ventured into many different types. I love classics, for instance, and it has helped me a lot with my English.
  4. Happy Anniversary, Meg. It will be our 30th this August.
  5. I don’t want to miss a thing - AeroSmith
  6. I had a wonderful surprise the other day, a friend who had moved away three years ago was in the are and ddecided to see whether I was at home. I was sooo happy to see her again.
  7. You always learn any grammar better when you learn a different country. Of course, some of us need to learn more grammar with our own language than others.
  8. They all sound interesting, Meg. I have read The Prince of Mist and really loved it. But I love all books by Carlos Ruiz Zafón.
  9. Three Men on the Bummel - Jerome K. Jerome
  10. Yes, if you see it that way. Of course, you can only use "it=es" when you use it for a neutral noun.
  11. What a wonderful idea, Grammath, how special. Well done, Lady L. momac, wishing you a good and speedy recovery.
  12. I might be the only one here who didn't like the book. It was boring, seemed superficial and had a big touch of "beach read/chick lit". Not my type of novel.
  13. This sounds like a book they would turn into a movie but not really my genre, either.
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