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    As walk the walk, who knows?

    To place you in context I should say that Iīm from Spain This is hopeless, projected lifetime dream, Bachelor of Marine, Master LRP, a high level of English, and Italian, spoken and written, Spanish mother tongue
    200 hp (I'm not exaggerating, every company and for having in Canada, USA, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Holland, Belgium, France, UK, Germany, Switzerland, Cyprus, Malta, Argentina, Venezuela ..) and of course spanish shipping: ANAVE, ANAVAS .. and Agencies shipment: Consulmar, Ibernor, Commercial Maritime Gauzoniberica, Gjunquera ( .. Many positive responses but none to ship
    more than 400 calls and not exaggerate the student should be heavier than the story I guess I will be picking up mania, I went to the port does not know how many times to try to talk directly to the Captain of the ship, the few times I've gotten the same response today we no longer Captains that. I asked for help in Captaincy, ISM (Maritime Administrations) ... Like any good intention, but also some that even tells you that you are not doing enough and just be right because if I have not yet achieved
    I do not know one that remembers all faculty members ... can not be that there is no room for a student's true that there are few boats but "if any Hayles" is that humanity is no longer any in this country because I do not think that the owners are not aware of what they are doing with students, with all our dreams, what else to do, I sometimes asked them if I can do something to improve my position, improve my attitude, my CV. . Anything but say it's okay is not it? Concerned then?
    Yet I keep fighting and not give up, one day come that shipment and after that many others, Luck and strength to all who are struggling to win you a place in these times, encouragement that someday we will get
    PD (thanks for this great site that is so helpful to us in our earlies)

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    Bienvenidos a OfficerCadet.com, y buena suerte con sus aplicaciones. Vivimos in un mal momento, especialmente en Espaņa.
    Go out, do stuff

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    What did I just read?

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    Quote Originally Posted by newone View Post
    a high level of English ... spoken and written
    Stop lying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geordie dancer View Post
    Stop lying.
    Their English is better than some that have been around here. Leave them alone...
    I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by.....

    All posts here represent my own opinion and not that of my employer.

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    Sorry about my english,

    Iīm just trying my best, and I have to recognise that I do translate it at google because of time, so no matter what just itīs been said, I do realise my english could be much much better!

    Best Regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by newone View Post
    Sorry about my english,

    Iīm just trying my best, and I have to recognise that I do translate it at google because of time, so no matter what just itīs been said, I do realise my english could be much much better!

    Best Regards,
    Don't worry about it! You're English is perfectly understandable....
    I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by.....

    All posts here represent my own opinion and not that of my employer.

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    Must just be me then. I couldn't understand the first post. Your last post was a lot more fluent; might I suggest not using Google translate? It works better for individual words than whole sentences.

    I should know. I tried to use it to get through GCSE French. It didn't work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clanky View Post
    Bienvenidos a OfficerCadet.com, y buena suerte con sus aplicaciones. Vivimos in un mal momento, especialmente en Espaņa.
    Is it English?

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    Nope. It's in Spanish.

    Please stop resurrecting old threads unless they are particularly relevant to something you wish to discuss.

 

 
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