Coffee, tea, and donuts at Pyynikin Munkkikahvila.

Jacqueline, Maria and I met for the first time at this famous Coffee Shop near the Main square of Tampere. I recommended this location because of their donuts, which are supposed to be super delicious (They weren’t lying!).

First and foremost, we sat down for a while and we began to talk a bit about ourselves, where our hometown is and what are our plans for the rest of the meetings. We of course began with the elementary phrases all people need to know when they are learning a new Language:

English Español Deutsche
Hello! ¡Hola! Hallo
Good morning! ¡Buenos días! Guten Morgen
Good afternooon! ¡Buenas tardes! Guten Tag/Guten Abend (evening)
Good night! ¡Buenas noches! Gute Nacht
My name is_______, nice to meet you! Me llamo_________. ¡Mucho gusto! Mein name ist_______ schön dich kennen zu lernen
What is your name? ¿Cómo te llamas? Wie Heißt du?
How old are you? ¿Cuantos años tienes? Wie alt bist du?
I am..years old. Tengo______ años. Ich bin____Jahre alt.
And you? ¿Y tú? Und du?
Thank you! ¡Gracias! Danke!
You´re welcome! ¡De nada. Bitte sehr!
Could I have a tea? ¿Me podría dar un té? Könnte ich einen Tee haben?
Can you give me a tea? ¿Me puedes dar un té? Kannst du mir Tee geben?
I want a tea, please. Quiero un té, por favor. Ich will einen Tee, bitte.

everything was pretty much straightforward, but then we digress a bit. We started to chat again and somehow I ended up inviting Jacqueline and Maria to a mexican party, it was a party for the mexican Independence Day. And now we had our second meeting already aranged. TO BE CONTINUED…

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