Not really an auspicious start to the week when your head cold prevents you from going to class. I feel like I’m so far behind! So I rectified this by applying myself to my books and listening diligently to my CDs on Wednesday in the hopes that by Thursday, some of it would have stuck.
Then I looked at my calendar and realised that there were only two lessons left for this semester. Revision time! How has this come up so fast? I knew I must hit the books in order to pass on move up to the next course!
I now have pages and pages full of notes. I just hope when I go back to them, I know what they mean and I can read them!
Thursday’s lesson. More new information. With a test in just 4 days time to assess how much we’d absorbed in the course, we were learning new information. I’m sure you can picture how much this filled me with joy, and not apprehension at all!
We began with “Hoe zie je eruit?” (How do you look?) and “Hoe ben je?” (How are you?) then moving on in difficulty to “Hoe voel je je?” (How do you feel?) Where for the first time those of us that speak English were using a reflexive pronoun. Yeah baby! “Ik voel me ontspannen en blij!” (I’m relaxed and happy!)
There were games, which I’m sure were meant to be cementing things in our heads, but most of us were “moe” (tired) and “zenuwachtig” (nervous) about the coming “toestje” (small quiz – not a test!).
So now I’m trying to cram. I have 4 days. Wish me “success” (luck)!
6 thoughts on “Language Course – Week 12”
I will wish “success” and “luck” , both of which will be preceded by rest and wellness to tackle the small quiz.
Thank you *hugs*
All I need is a good head transplant and I’d be right 😉
Merde! or whatever the “break a leg/good luck” equivalent is in Dutch! 🙂
“Success” is good luck in Dutch 😉
Toetsje, my dear, een kleine toets.
Veel succes (toi toi toi!)
Ik begrijp het.
Dank je wel! 😀