Wednesday, May 14, 2008

The East European language school

I would love to know how this place came to get its name - "east europe" is not a place that springs to mind when wanting to promote your school as a place to learn English. I also seriously doubt any eastern European languages are taught here


poopsie said...

I always wanted to speak English with a Belorussian accent

pcsolotto said...

Such a nice blog. I hope you will create another post like this.

Ba said...

The expression Dong-Au here meant East-West. Dong means the Far East people (Asians) while Au is for Westerners/Caucasians.

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