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Old 06-05-13, 01:19 PM
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hello from italy

hello my name is gianluca from Milano, Italy.i need a forum in eglish to learn the leguage..Initally i read the forum.i think this is the only method for me to apprendice the lenguage, i am a real "duffer".i think that english today is fondamentaly and it is impossible that i still do not know.
I make a dental technician and my passion is the bike, i have a street bike bianchi and every day i go to work riding.in the week-end i like riding on mountain in the sourraundings of milan. i know all hills nearby.
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Welcome to Bike Forums, Gianluca! I have passed through Milano on my way to watch the Giro di Lombardia. I have been to Italy several times, and enjoyed it immensely every time! Italy is such an amazing and beautiful place.
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Welcome to Bike Forums, Gianluca! I have passed through Milano on my way to watch the Giro di Lombardia. I have been to Italy several times, and enjoyed it immensely every time! Italy is such an amazing and beautiful place.
thank u 10 wheels and thank u higherground.i am glad taht you enjoyed italy, i go almost every year to watch giro di lombardia it's a fantastic race..
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got pics of you and your bike?
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Hello Gianluca welcome to BF. Hope you can find us a great place to participate and get some English practice, too.

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Benvenuto, Gianluca. Your idea of learning English by using the Forum is a great idea. Buona fortuna.

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We love Italia; our last trip was to visit friends in the Garfagnana area of Toscano.
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Benvenuto, Gianluca. Your idea of learning English by using the Forum is a great idea. Buona fortuna.

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We love Italia; our last trip was to visit friends in the Garfagnana area of Toscano.
thank you.in fact i think to use the forum to learn is a good idea and the bike and cyclism is my passion..
All toscana area is very beatifull and is a land of great cyclism tradition.Can you speak italian?
this forum is mainly uded by american users right?
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