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#1 11 years ago

Well, I was curiousof how many nationalities you have here, so I'm really glad and hope if its allowed to ask all Non-Belgians a couple of questions Its for an groupwork on school Just answer the questions,if you aren't sure about the questin,because it doesn't work for you, fill in why

Here are the questions

* How old are you and where do you come from?

* Do you know Belgium or Flanders and do you know where it is situated?

* Have you already visited Belgium?

* If yes, what did you think about Belgium before you went to there?

* And what did you think about it after you have been there?

* How is Belgium profiled in your country?

* What are, in you opinion, the most known things in Belgium?

* If you are immigrated, do you think tourist are better treated in Belgium than immigrants?

* Is it hard to incorporate in our way of living.

* What are the greatest differences between people of you country and Belgians.

Thank you very much!




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#2 11 years ago

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#3 11 years ago

* How old are you and where do you come from?

I'm 19, and I come from the UK

* Do you know Belgium or Flanders and do you know where it is situated?

I do indeed know where both are

* Have you already visited Belgium?

Yes, and the beer was excellent :D

* If yes, what did you think about Belgium before you went to there?

I thought it was a quiet little country

* And what did you think about it after you have been there?

Much the same, only with great beer added.

* How is Belgium profiled in your country?

Its generally not

* What are, in you opinion, the most known things in Belgium?

The battle of Ypres, the trenches, WWI.

* If you are immigrated, do you think tourist are better treated in Belgium than immigrants?

I didnt really see any immigrants, but the guy in the chocolate shop in Ypres was very happy to see us :)

* Is it hard to incorporate in our way of living.

Nope, the Belgians seem to have a fantastic life

* What are the greatest differences between people of you country and Belgians.

We are loud mothed , yob-cultured idiots.




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#4 11 years ago

thank you,any other ones?




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#5 11 years ago
getinterviewed;3540286 * How old are you and where do you come from? [COLOR="Red"]I am 19 and I currently live in the Netherlands.[/COLOR] * Do you know Belgium or Flanders and do you know where it is situated? [COLOR="Red"]Yes, you live down under. ;)[/COLOR] * Have you already visited Belgium? [COLOR="Red"]Yes.[/COLOR] * If yes, what did you think about Belgium before you went to there? [COLOR="Red"]Nothing, I don't often think about Belgium.[/COLOR] * And what did you think about it after you have been there? [COLOR="Red"]Funny country.[/COLOR] * How is Belgium profiled in your country? [COLOR="Red"]Bunch a dirty traitors. :lol:[/COLOR] * What are, in you opinion, the most known things in Belgium? [COLOR="Red"]Chocolate, Jean-Claude van Damme, better Fireworks.[/COLOR] * If you are immigrated, do you think tourist are better treated in Belgium than immigrants? [COLOR="Red"]Yes.[/COLOR] * Is it hard to incorporate in our way of living. [COLOR="Red"]?[/COLOR] * What are the greatest differences between people of you country and Belgians. [COLOR="Red"]Our Mayonaise tastes much better.[/COLOR]

There.




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#6 11 years ago

* How old are you and where do you come from?

16, from the UK

* Do you know Belgium or Flanders and do you know where it is situated?

Yes

* Have you already visited Belgium?

Yes

* If yes, what did you think about Belgium before you went to there?

I can't completely remember - it was a while ago. I think it must have been something along the lines of "they have nice chocolate".

* And what did you think about it after you have been there?

Nice place, nice chocolate.

* How is Belgium profiled in your country?

Hmm, there isn't a great deal of feeling about it at all. It's a place in Europe, and is thought of pretty much the same as the rest of Europe.

* What are, in you opinion, the most known things in Belgium?

Great chocolate! And a lot of history (WW2 and the like).

* If you are immigrated, do you think tourist are better treated in Belgium than immigrants?

I don't know.

* Is it hard to incorporate in our way of living.

There aren't too many differences. It was more laid back, although that might be due to my living in a large tow, and visiting a less built up area.

* What are the greatest differences between people of you country and Belgians.

The majority of Belgians don't hate foreigners (I don't either, but many English do). And also basically what Dave said - we are loud mothed , yob-cultured idiots.




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#7 11 years ago
getinterviewed;3540286 * How old are you and where do you come from? [COLOR="Blue"]21, Germany[/COLOR] * Do you know Belgium or Flanders and do you know where it is situated? [COLOR="Blue"]Yeah, you're a neighboring country :)[/COLOR] * Have you already visited Belgium? [COLOR="Blue"]Yes.[/COLOR] * If yes, what did you think about Belgium before you went to there? [COLOR="Blue"]Can't remember, it's been a while.[/COLOR] * And what did you think about it after you have been there? [COLOR="Blue"]Again, it's been a while.[/COLOR] * How is Belgium profiled in your country? [COLOR="Blue"]That's a good question.[/COLOR] * What are, in you opinion, the most known things in Belgium? [COLOR="Blue"]Jean-Claude van Damme and Chocolate[/COLOR] * If you are immigrated, do you think tourist are better treated in Belgium than immigrants? [COLOR="Blue"]Can't judge that.[/COLOR] * Is it hard to incorporate in our way of living. [COLOR="Blue"]Please define "your way of living."[/COLOR] * What are the greatest differences between people of you country and Belgians. [COLOR="Blue"]Everthing. :lol:[/COLOR]

Voilá


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#8 11 years ago

getinterviewed;3540286Well, I was curiousof how many nationalities you have here, so I'm really glad and hope if its allowed to ask all Non-Belgians a couple of questions Its for an groupwork on school Just answer the questions,if you aren't sure about the questin,because it doesn't work for you, fill in why

Here are the questions

* How old are you and where do you come from?

52 from Minnesota, land of Heaven.

* Do you know Belgium or Flanders and do you know where it is situated?

Somewhere in Asia?

* Have you already visited Belgium?

No.

* If yes, what did you think about Belgium before you went to there?

It was part of China.

* And what did you think about it after you have been there?

It was part of China?

* How is Belgium profiled in your country?

The Belgian bringers of waffles are held in a high place by those who enjoy a breakfast laiden with waffles, I however prefer Pancakes.

* What are, in you opinion, the most known things in Belgium?

The Waffles.

* If you are immigrated, do you think tourist are better treated in Belgium than immigrants?

Where am I immigrated to?

* Is it hard to incorporate in our way of living.

Nope, I stroll naked down the driveway just as you, every morning.

* What are the greatest differences between people of you country and Belgians.

You're in China.

Thank you very much!

You're welcome! :)




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#9 11 years ago

Glad to be of service.

* How old are you and where do you come from? 16, Dutch father, American mother, so I'm from all over. Living in Texas at the moment * Do you know Belgium or Flanders and do you know where it is situated? Yes * Have you already visited Belgium? Yes * If yes, what did you think about Belgium before you went to there? That they pretty much gave up perfection when they left the Dutch :p * And what did you think about it after you have been there? Same. And how 'soft' g's are annoying * How is Belgium profiled in your country? In Texas? Belgian is a type of waffle, and on occassion a sex position involving barbecue sauce and cowboy hats. * What are, in you opinion, the most known things in Belgium? Chocolate, waffles, being like a less-perfect mini-me of Holland * If you are immigrated, do you think tourist are better treated in Belgium than immigrants? I think that's the deal in nearly every nation in the world, so I don't judge. * Is it hard to incorporate in our way of living. Your way of living? Eating, sleeping, pooping on occasion? Not... really... * What are the greatest differences between people of you country and Belgians. The people of my country don't make fun of the people of my country. :p




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#10 11 years ago

* How old are you and where do you come from? 25, France.

* Do you know Belgium or Flanders and do you know where it is situated? Yeah, like North-East of France...

* Have you already visited Belgium? Nope.

* If yes, what did you think about Belgium before you went to there? Not applicable.

* And what did you think about it after you have been there? Not applicable.

* How is Belgium profiled in your country? Huh ? Don't understand ^^

* What are, in you opinion, the most known things in Belgium? Beer, french fries, Manneken piss ...

* If you are immigrated, do you think tourist are better treated in Belgium than immigrants? Not applicable.

* Is it hard to incorporate in our way of living. Not applicable.

* What are the greatest differences between people of you country and Belgians. Dunno ^^