It is called global for one reason: TO BE GLOBAL: INTERNATIONAL not only russian.........................
*** Stephen Ewald, a 40-year-old accountant from Michigan, met his fiancée — a 24-year-old Ukrainian named Alina Chumakova — on VKontakte in 2009.
For months, he'd been spamming the profiles of thousands of random Ukrainian women in a virtual quest to find a wife, chatting up whoever would respond with the help of Google Translate.
Typically they go through international matchmaking agencies, which charge for access to thousands of women looking for foreign husbands.
The "romance tours," where schlubby middle-aged American divorcees pay thousands of dollars to meet these leggy blondes in Ukraine or Russia, are But some men have grown wary of the industry that promises them lifelong happiness with a woman from the economically-depressed country of their choice.
It is called global for one reason: TO BE GLOBAL: INTERNATIONAL not only russian......................... However I have even tried using a VPN when installing without any joy. I downloaded from the i Tunes uk library and all my in game settings are for English.
This should be addressed by Supercell but I have read in another thread that they aren't planning on doing this :-( I have a similar problem. I can only assume that the chat is based on your ip address when downloading.Each verb pair shows the imperfective and perfective forms of the same verb (e.g.Learning most common verbs early in your Russian study will help you to understand significantly more situations as compared to learning your verbs from random sources.I did, but I still get russians, no one writes in english or other language.I don't think that there are only russian speaking players on the global chat, there should be some others.I entered some personal information, uploaded an especially flattering picture of myself, then used the search function to find all single women between 25 and 35 in Ukraine who were online at the moment — around p.m. There were more than 10,000 available, all sorted by a rating system which seemed to be directly proportional to the amount of pictures a woman had posted of herself in a string bikini, and how good she looked in said bikini.