A hello from a part of group 4!

This entry serves as an introduction between students at Orebro University, Sweden; Stanford University, USA; and Khabarovsk, Russia.  Read a more detailed description of this exchange.

Hi, We are two students from Örebros group 4. It is Mattias and Serafina, we are both 19 years old and did just start cross cultural rhetroric class. Serafina is a girl with a cross country legacy, her mother is half russian and half kenyan and her father is swedish. Mattias is a hundred procent Polish, not that fun but he is. Mattias came to Sweden about six years ago with his mother.

Serafina can speak swedish, english and understand a little bit of russian. Mattias speaks polish, swedish, english and just started to learn french.

So somting we thins is typical swedish is our “fika” which means to grab a coffie and a cookie with a friend. Something swedish people does at least twice a day. An other thing is our swedish elk, they live in our big, deep forest. Also one very funny thin about us sweeds is that we have ”å-ä-ö” in alphabet.we know it looks funny,

Hope to hear from you soon,свидания !

Mattias and Serafina

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One Response to A hello from a part of group 4!

  1. Ekaterina Vlasenko says:

    Bonjour Mattias and здравствуй Serafina 🙂
    Mattias, you are a real polyglot, that’s impressing! As for me I have been studying Chinese for 2 years and I’m just planing to take French.
    Serafina, that’s amazing that you have Russian roots! I believe we will find much in common!
    By the way, guys, me (Kate), Olga and Ivan are the members of group 4 from Khabarovsk as we also have chosen the topic of IKEA in RUSSIA for our research. So we are looking forward to tight and productive cooperation with you!
    Probably you’ve already received our e-mails from your professor. And you can find our post here, named as Group 4! So we hope to hear from you soon either by e-mail or here on the blog! 🙂

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