Re: [evonline2002_webheads] Welcoming Emma, Dave and all silent readers!
- Dear Emma,
Welcome to our community! It seems you are the third Venezuelan with us.
Great! You will feel right 'at home'. I did.
From your career and your present work, we can already anticipate great and
A good and peaceful 2003 to you, Emma.
Best, Teresa (from Portugal)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Emma Miliani" <emcdef@...>
Sent: Thursday, January 02, 2003 9:37 AM
Subject: Re: [evonline2002_webheads] Welcoming Emma, Dave and all silent
> Dear Susan and all other webheads:
> Thank you for those comforting words.
> I am very keen on learning all about new technologies and their use for
educational purposes all over the world. I was unable at the beginning of
the course to keep up with the assignments that would give one the ability
to perform all of those routine things you all do now but I am working on
> I'm married with two grown-up children and one grandchild.
> I am a retired full professor from Universidad de Carabobo, in Venezuela
and at present I am a visiting the University of la Tuscia, in Viterbo Italy
(about 80 km from Rome). I have taught English, Grammar and linguistics at
Carabobo and now I am learning italian and teaching English. I have been
here since October this year.----- Original Message ----- Best wishes for a
peaceful 2003 to every one.
- Dear Dafne, Teresa:
Again, Thank you for the warm welcome. I will try to master all those skills you have all already developed. Nice to have you as a neighbors. I am glad your PhD work is working on schedule.
What I am very worried about is the situation in Venezuela.
I also wish you the very best for this year, among other things peace and good will.
Warm regards to all,
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