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Natasa Dragnic

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I always wanted to be an actress, author or teacher. And I got lucky: I became all of them!

I was born in 1965 in Split, Croatia. I could see the sea from the window of my childhood bedroom. When I was eighteen I moved away for the first time to pursue a degree in German and Romance studies in Zagreb. In 1995 I earned a master’s degree in literature. I also completed a degree in diplomacy in Zagreb and Berlin but soon realised that diplomacy isn’t for me: Too much politics. So back to the sea!

Only to leave again in 1994 and move to Germany, to Erlangen, where I continue to work as a freelance foreign language instructor: I teach German as a foreign language, French, English and Croatian. In addition, I also speak Spanish. What can I say, I l
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