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Meet Yos

I would like to join this group in order to increase my vocabulary. I am new at this matter. Could you please take me to join this group? It would be very good to hear from you. I am looking forward to your reply.

Yos Kresno

It is a great pleasure to hear from you and your whereabouts. I have just begun to study English. I don't know even how to say hello to people (students and teachers in this e-neigborhood.) Would you or anybody else be so kind as fill me in how to start to communicate in efiwebheads? Any suggestions, lessons or even a single word that would be given to me, of course are very helpfull.

Looking forward to your reply, and anyone who is willing to give more information.


29 Sep 2002 From: ykresno

I live in Binangun. Of course, you cannot just look it up on your map because it is a small village, placed about 200 miles away from Jakarta (the Capital of Indonesia). It is right in the middle of Java Island.

I have been a doctor for 7 years. My speciality is Emergency Medicine.

About 2 years ago, I had a male friend from Germany. He was a student at the University of Tuebingen. He spent about 1 full month in Indonesia as an intern in Tropical Medicine. I also told him how I treat patients in Emergency situations. I was impressed with his workmanship.

I think, in my developing country, everything is "easy going." He said that to become a developed country everybody should work hard and be workmanlike.

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