I always liked foreign languages. My favourite one is Italian. It’s like music composition, it’s so melodious! Then, I like French, I find it very elegant. Then English, it’s very noble! Then Spanish, the language of the idealist Don Quixote and then Romanian, my mother tongue. I like Romanian because it’s a mix between many foreign languages, so, easy enough to be studied. At a young age, I noticed that foreign languages are my strengths. Therefore, I studied in a foreign languages High School, then in a foreign languages College (Italian and French, Languages and Literatures). After college, I studied some time in France. Finishing my formal education, I continued with informal education (Alliance Française de Vichy, British Council, Edilingua, Alma Edizioni, Rolang etc.) and I’m still studying. 5 years ago I began working as Certified Legal Translater and Interpreter and as Foreign Languages Teacher and Examiner. Maybe because I like foreign languages, I like foreign people, too. They are interesting, they have another way of thinking, another culture. That’s why I’m here, on Verbling. Of course, I like also Romanian people… but only if they like foreign languages.