Introduction from Iceland

Here are the introductions from Iceland

Advertisements
Categories: Introduction | Tags: | 10 Comments

Post navigation

10 thoughts on “Introduction from Iceland

  1. “Gracias por esa canción tan chula y por la carta… Nos ha gustado muchísimo la sala de juegos de construcciones y vuestro colegio en general. A todos los niños españoles nos ha llamado la atención lo rubios que sois y esos ojos azules tan bonitos que tenéis.
    _Thank you for that beautiful song and your letter… We liked your playroom with construction materials very much and your school in general. We all were surprised you are so blond and you have got really nice blue eyes.

  2. “Macie całkiem inne imiona niż my!” – You`ve got totally different names then we have! (Kinga)

  3. “Njörður, podoba mi się Twoja opaska ze Spidermanem..” – Njörður, I like your scarf with Spiderman! (Wiktor)

  4. “Fajne są te drewniane duże klocki” – Your wooden blocks are cool! (Oliwier)

  5. “Co układacie z tych kości?” – How do you play with all these bones? (Ola)

  6. annawah

    “Við leikum okkur saman með beinin. við skiptumst á. T.d. ég er hundur og hún er hundur. Við leikum hund með beinin. (Gabriela og Sandra)” – We play together with the bones. We share the bones for example, I am a dog, she is a dog” – We play doggies with the bones (Gabríela and Sandra).

  7. juancarlosgh

    Some more questions for you:

    ¿Por qué no teneis posters en las paredes?
    ¿Por qué usais ese juego de construcción? ¿Estais todo el dia jugando con él?

    Why do not you have posters, pictures or drawings on the wall?
    Why do you use that construction game? Are you the whole day playing with it?

  8. annawah

    Við erum víst með eitthvað á veggjunum. We do have something on our walls.We will try to send you pictures of what we have on our walls if we can (Ingibjörg Svava)

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Blog at WordPress.com.

%d bloggers like this: