Tuesday, 19 June 2012


Here is Skype conversation from 11 June 2012

[11:07:45] ROSA: turkey 3
[11:07:51] ROSA: SLOVENIA 2
[11:08:00] ROSA: sCOTLAND1
[11:08:46] Andrej Kovačič: Basque country 3
Turkey 2
Scotland 1
[11:09:20] Andrej Kovačič: VOtes from Poland (send to me by e-mail)
Basque country 3
Slovenia 2
Scotland 1
[11:09:56] Andrej Kovačič: Wilma, please write votes from Scotland
[11:10:07] wilma.gordon1: BASQUE cOUNTRY = 3 TURKEY = 2, SLOVENIA = 1
[11:10:21] Andrej Kovačič: ok
[11:10:37] wilma.gordon1: Rosa waht are your results
[11:10:50] ROSA: tHEY ARE ONSKYPE
[11:12:03] wilma.gordon1: Basque Country = 9, Turkey - 7, Slovenia = 5, cotland = 3
[11:12:13] wilma.gordon1: Is that correct?
[11:12:23] wilma.gordon1: Is that correct?
[11:13:01] Andrej Kovačič: temporary results (without turkey) are
Turkey 8
Basque 8
Slovenia 5
Scotland 3
Poland 0
[11:13:06] Andrej Kovačič: as i calculate
[11:15:02] wilma.gordon1: Basque Country are the winners :)
[11:15:06] Andrej Kovačič: Basque country 9
Turkey 7
Slovenia 5
Scotland 3
[11:16:31] Andrej Kovačič: congratulation
[11:16:55] wilma.gordon1: You can keep the trophy and i will send the certifficate
[11:17:06] wilma.gordon1: Next Monday is fine
[11:17:22] ROSA: iT WOULD BE NICE TO GIVE THE TRP ON A VIDEO CONFERENCEPHY
[11:17:23] wilma.gordon1: Well done = Basque Country
[11:17:31] ROSA: THANKS
[11:17:45] ROSA: ZIORTZA, THE TEACHER , IS REALLY HAPPY.
[11:18:02] Andrej Kovačič: :)
[11:18:02] wilma.gordon1: (party)
[11:18:14] Andrej Kovačič: (highfive)
[11:18:18] Andrej Kovačič: (emo)
[11:18:22] Andrej Kovačič: (F)
[11:18:27] Andrej Kovačič: (h)
[11:18:32] Andrej Kovačič: :*
[11:18:34] wilma.gordon1: Next Monday
[11:18:41] ROSA: pERFECT
[11:18:43] wilma.gordon1: at same time
[11:18:45] Andrej Kovačič: great
[11:18:46] ROSA: YES
[11:18:47] wilma.gordon1: Bye
[11:18:50] Andrej Kovačič: bye
[11:18:53] ROSA: BYE
[11:18:57] ROSA: NICE SEEN YOU
[11:19:28] *** Call ended, duration 19:39 ***

Tuesday, 7 February 2012

Traditional Polish Dance

Polonez - Polish traditional dance - version without music The polonaise (Polish: polonez) is a slow dance of Polish origin, in 3/4 time. Its name is French for "Polish" The polonaise had a rhythm quite close to that of the Swedish semiquaver or sixteenth-note polska, and the two dances have a common origin. Polonaise is a widespread dance in carnival parties. Polonaise is always a first dance at a studniówka ("hundred-days"), the Polish equivalent of the senior prom that occurs approximately 100 days before exams. This is a simplified version. Trojak - Polish folk dance Trojak ("threesome", "trio", in Polish) is a Silesian folk dance. It is a double partner dance and performed in groups of three: one male dancer and two female dancers. The music of the dance has two parts: a slow one in 3/4 metre and a fast one in 2/4 metre. These parts are repeated several times, one after another. Owczareczek

Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Saturday, 21 January 2012

Chinese New Year - Dragon Dance

video

The Dragon Dance

Dragons are of course legendary animals, but they are important to Chinese people who think of dragons as helpful, friendly creatures. They are linked to good luck, long life and wisdom. They have special powers so they can fly in the air, swim in the sea and walk on land.  Dragon dances are performed at Chinese New Year to scare away evil spirits.