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Mònica Wormald
Sun, 5 Oct 2014 16:18 EDT
entre las fotos de mi padre encontre una de 1932 con los nombres suyo y un hermano, buscando en google lo encontrè, seràn los de la foto sus parientes?
Mòncia Wormald
Romeo A. Canugan, e-mail:
Thu, 26 May 2011 22:58 EDT
Study Spanish in Bolivia
May I request that this message may be read by the ambassador of Bolivia.
I am teaching basic Spanish in volunteer capacity. I want to learn more on Spanish. I can not afford to study in Spanish schools in Bolivia. The Philippine government can not afford my expenses.
May I request that the government of Bolivia may shoulder my expenses: 1. airfare from Philippines to Bolivia and vise-versa 2. tuition fee. 3. one year food and accommodation 4. one year monthly stipends.
There are millions of Filipinos who want to learn Spanish.

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