I shall make inquiries about tickets, but it is very probable that we will arrive by train from Berlin if we cannot get a flight.
We are intending to arrive at your place as soon as possible.
This would be practice for us, and if I make any mistakes, I hope you will correct them for me. You will be pleased to hear that in your letter you did not make any mistakes at all. There are many trees, lawns and gardens around our house. I spent the first two weeks at home at my native place. We should be happy to have you with us for the weekend following the Seminar. We are looking forward to seeing you and do hope that you can come. My husband wishes me to give you his regards and to thank you for extending your invitation to him as well. He is very sorry he does not feel up to any trip yet. Many thanks and best regards to you all from all of us here.
About a five-minute walk from our house is a lake which runs the entire length of our city. We enjoy hiking in the mountains, bicycling, and walking on the beaches. We are good athletes, play tennis and baseball, and exercise regularly. Ivan, 28, 176 cm., Engineer I'd like to hear from ladies anywhere, from ages 18 — 22. My interests are movies, theater, astrology, fishing. Then I went to Novgorod for a week, and at the end- of the summer I took a trip to Moscow with my elder sister. What do you say to spending the winter holidays together? Dear Norman, A small parcel with photographs and slides taken In Rome, as you may remember, is on its way to you. Cramer, I am very sorry for the delay in answering your recent letter with its generous offer of hospitality. The only trouble is that our plans cannot be made to the exact day.
I would like very much to hear about your studies and about your interests. He has also given me your address and told me that I could write to you and suggest we correspond. As I understand we are both studying foreign languages: you at a college and I at the university. Please let me know soon if you are interested in my suggestion. We consider it a privilege for us to receive you as guests in our house and to be allowed to entertain you. Ivanov's company at dinner on Saturday, the fifteenth of October, at 7 p. I shall write more as soon as I find out more particulars about our trip. Most probably it will be in the middle of the holiday season and though the possibility of seeing you again makes me look forward to my visit all the more, I should hate to put you to any inconvenience.
If yes, please, write me about yourself, your family, your interests and hobbies. I am seventeen years old and studying at a high school. My father is a teacher of mathematics, and my mother is a doctor. We are very grateful indeed to you for consenting to come and stay with us. In case, however, it has gone astray, I am enclosing a carbon copy. Could you possibly write and tell me what your plans for this summer are ?
This invitation is necessary for me to get a visa at the Embassy of the USA in Moscow.
Thank you very much for putting these suggestions to them as well. Thank you very much for having taken the time to help us. If for some reason you did not get the materials, please let me know so that I can see about sending a replacement. Once again many thanks and best wishes from my wife and myself. I am anticipating my visit with great pleasure but you must not let me interfere with your own plans for the holidays. Petersburg University, I am majoring in the English language and literature and I also listen to lectures on history, philosophy, linguistics, etc. In some ways September would suit me best, as I have to be away most of the month and would like to have a "watchdog" in the house. Do you think they could let us know if they intend to come by train or by plane? Allow us to hope that we shall have the privilege and the pleasure of receiving you in Moscow one day.After my lectures I like to play volleyball and tennis, lama member of our University volleyball team, in the evenings I read books or go out fore walk, or go to a movie for relaxation. Minister Kevin Nicholson, Associate Professor John Robinson, Chief Engineer Leonard Cole-man, General Manager Tom Jones). It would be no trouble whatsoever to drive them home. We are expecting you at the beginning of August and are hoping that you may stay until the end of August or longer if you can manage. We should be only too happy to offer you the same hospitality in return.But all this depends on the Embassy and how quick they work.I shall send you a fax or a telegram telling you of the exact time of arrival as soon as I know it. London is a city I have heard so much about, and I am delighted at the chance to see it. Clifford, Many thanks for your kind letter of welcome. Stevenson, I hope you will excuse me for writing to you — an utter stranger as I am. It is this invitation that I want to discuss with you.