The World Cup in 10 minutes: Malta is a language of the future

I was just in Portugal for the Confederations Cup, where I watched the final of the tournament between Portugal and Italy.

It was a very emotional moment, especially as I was from a small town, so it was great to be there.

But this was no small victory.

Malta was a language that I knew well. 

Malta was an integral part of the Portuguese culture.

In Portugal, we call it la bocada de gente, and this is where we got our name.

A few years ago, the Portuguese government announced that we were to receive 100,000 euros (approximately $137,000) to help promote Malta in the country.

This money is meant to be used to establish a Malta-speaking cultural center, to help create new Malta language schools, and to promote Maltas participation in the Portuguese education system.

As I said, this is not just about the money, this was also about the language itself.

I was told by a Maltese-speaking member of the government that this would be a major boost to Maltas linguistic future.

In order to do this, we must establish a cultural center that would foster and support Maltas national identity.

The plan is to create a Maltas cultural center where people from all over the country can come to learn Maltas language and practice it in a safe and safe environment.

We will also be able to learn more about Maltas history and culture, and about our national culture, like our national flag.

The cultural center will also serve as a platform for Maltas young people to study and develop their skills.

The Maltais cultural education program will also help to increase the number of Maltas in Portugal and beyond.

The center is not only a Maltais-speaking community center, but it also will provide Maltas with a place to study in Portuguese language courses, and in many other ways.

So, we are building a center for Malta, and we are hoping that this center will become a cultural hub in Portugal, where people will be able talk to Maltais people and understand their language, culture, history and geography.

This center will be a part of our country’s national culture and identity, and it will be an important step in strengthening Maltais’ status as a national language in Portugal.

I will also like to talk about our participation in Portugal’s Olympics.

I attended the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, and I am very happy to say that my favorite sport was soccer.

I saw all of the athletes competing for the medals, and from what I have seen, the Olympics is a very important event for our country.

The Rio Olympics are held in August, and they bring us great joy and hope.

In fact, I am so excited about Rio and the Olympics.

This will bring us a lot of good news to our nation, which is very important for us.

We also have the Olympics in our sights in 2019.

We hope that we can host these Olympics and also help create a positive atmosphere among our people.

When it comes to the Olympics, we will be very proud to play a part in these competitions.

I think that it is our country, and its athletes, who should really benefit from our presence.

I hope that the Olympics will be the catalyst for a change in the way we view the Olympic Games.

As I said earlier, we want to make a positive impact on the lives of our people and the people around us.

And as I said before, we need to make sure that we are all working together in a coordinated way to ensure that this happens.

My main goal is to do everything I can to be able have an impact on how we see the Olympics and to give a boost to our national sport.

I want to be part of a positive movement that helps to spread the word about our country and the way that we should be viewed.

I am excited to play my part in this, and that is why I want you to know that I will be there to support me in this effort.

The World Cup will be played in Lisbon from August 12 to August 17.