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International students in Europe

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International students in Europe

Postby brianamorgan » Mon Jul 20, 2009 4:10 am

My friends told me if you want to be a good viaggi studio you should be able to become a model student in the classroom, since most international students need the right timing and intelligence to be able to easily adopt and assimilate to the cultures of the European people. Anyone wants to share some knowledge? Thanks.
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