We will both be happy to answer your questions about our life and work. If you think this ad is meant for you, don't hesitate to write. Allow me to wind up by recalling that you promised to come to St. I would be most happy to welcome and host you here as my personal guest. If this turns out to be a wrong time to come, please do not worry about us. I shall be free early in April and should be delighted to take advantage of your very kind offer to show me round the city should I stop in Manchester. If anybody would like to hear something about our work here, I should be pleased to talk about it.
Please tell us what you do, where you live, and how you enjoy spending your leisure time. My name is Marina, and I'm 23, my height is 169 cm. Petersburg State University (formerly Lenin¬grad State University) in 1995 and am working as an interpreter. Nikolay, 23, Shop Assistant Quiet, lonely Russian guy seeks female pen-pals aged 17 — 24 from Europe (the UK, Sweden), Africa, Japan or Middle East. I enjoy going to the beach and a wide range of other activities. My hobbies are pen-pals, 18th century Russian literature, astrology, and nature. I would like to get letters and newspaper clippings about Americans and their habits. We shall just have to take our chance and get some accommodation on the spot. Alsopp, This is to tell you that my visit to England will be next month. My only concern is that my visit should not inconvenience you at this time of year. As our plans now stand we might set out on 7 April reaching you by train on 10 April (sometime in the afternoon if I've got it right).
But all this depends on the Embassy and how quick they work.I shall send you a fax or a telegram telling you of the exact time of arrival as soon as I know it. London is a city I have heard so much about, and I am delighted at the chance to see it. Clifford, Many thanks for your kind letter of welcome. Stevenson, I hope you will excuse me for writing to you — an utter stranger as I am. It is this invitation that I want to discuss with you.I am interested in dancing, fashions, cars, videos and home-making. I liked your photo and I would love to correspond with you. Dear friend, There are two of us: my little daughter Svetlana and myself. I hope to hear from you before June 2nd (the day of our departure). We will fly to Paris next Monday, the 23rd, and stay there one night. Brooks, A short note just to tell you that this morning I received confirmation of my flight. I shall be staying with friends in London and then go to Scotland for a bit to see Mr. The regret at not having been able to see you when I was in London last year makes me anticipate all the more the pleasure of looking you up this time. Then we should have to leave for home about 20 April or thereabouts as Mr.I was divorced three years ago, and now I have a strong desire to make friends with a kind, intelligent, and sincere man. Then, we will take the train to London which arrives at Kingston Railway Station on the 24th at p.m. Tomorrow I will reserve the tickets for the train, and if the train is full for the 24th, we will come the next day. I am glad to have your phone number in case anything goes wrong. So I now hope to arrive in London by DELTA Flight 816, which is due in London at 2 p.m. I must depart from London by AEROFLOT Flight 615 on the 15th of September at 10 a.m. must be back in the second half of that week and can only get two weeks off duty in the season. Please say if this should be inconvenient in any way or if some other dates should suit you better. I am trying to make the mail, so excuse this rather hasty note. Dear Jerry, Today I received your letter with the very important form. How would you like to spend June or July with us at our country house on the river? I think you would enjoy your holiday, because we have a boat, and we would be able to swim and sunbathe. We can discuss all the points with you personally or by letter should you wish to come over before we go.
We are both studying foreign languages at universities, and we should have a lot in common. I gratefully accept it on the assumption that we shall have the pleasure of receiving you here as the return part of the exchange visit.
This would be practice for us, and if I make any mistakes, I hope you will correct them for me. You will be pleased to hear that in your letter you did not make any mistakes at all. There are many trees, lawns and gardens around our house. I spent the first two weeks at home at my native place. We should be happy to have you with us for the weekend following the Seminar. We are looking forward to seeing you and do hope that you can come. My husband wishes me to give you his regards and to thank you for extending your invitation to him as well. He is very sorry he does not feel up to any trip yet. Many thanks and best regards to you all from all of us here.
About a five-minute walk from our house is a lake which runs the entire length of our city. We enjoy hiking in the mountains, bicycling, and walking on the beaches. We are good athletes, play tennis and baseball, and exercise regularly. Ivan, 28, 176 cm., Engineer I'd like to hear from ladies anywhere, from ages 18 — 22. My interests are movies, theater, astrology, fishing. Then I went to Novgorod for a week, and at the end- of the summer I took a trip to Moscow with my elder sister. What do you say to spending the winter holidays together? Dear Norman, A small parcel with photographs and slides taken In Rome, as you may remember, is on its way to you. Cramer, I am very sorry for the delay in answering your recent letter with its generous offer of hospitality. The only trouble is that our plans cannot be made to the exact day.
I am sorry that I have to hurry this trip, but commitments in Moscow make this necessary. We have both a great deal of news to tell you when we meet. Charlson, Thank you for your kind invitation for dinner on Saturday the fifteenth of October.
I am certainly looking forward to seeing you again and to visiting your office. I'm very sorry, but I cannot accept it as I am leaving for London tomorrow morning. Unfortunately, my husband is in bed with a severe chill, and the doctor forbids him to get up for a week. It has been several weeks since we have communicated, and I just wanted to drop you a brief note.
(Shakespeare's Macbeth, the Journal of the American Medical Association). We should be delighted to welcome your friends here this summer and to arrange an exchange with them for the next summer. As to the details of the arrangements I will write to your friends directly. Maybe I will be able to send you a ticket to London when you get all the visa problems sorted out to make everything simpler. These materials contain all the necessary documents to get a visa for you at the Embassy of the USA. Anyhow, I want you to understand that we shall be delighted to have you here with us any time you choose to come.