I’ve just been reading on the Internet, the story that British children are increasingly turning to American English in their and writing.
The first of 5 exams which will make up my AS levels is now complete. Today, it was my German AS oral exam.
In my German class recently we’ve been studying the German school system. Its quite an interesting topic, because its different to the English system. For my oral exam (which will take place in April), I’ve chosen the school system as… Continue reading
I got back to the UK on Saturday evening, following my week in Cirencester‘s twin town of Itzehoe, in Northern Germany.
The week is now over, and I have done my last day of work experience at Kindergarten Tagelhörn. Today, they had their “Faschingsfest” (carneval)… I’m still not sure exactly what it was about.
After the 4th day of work experience at Kindergarten Tegelhörn, I returned back to the house. The Sophie-Scholl Gymnasium was closed, and by the fact that both Matt and Tom were signed in to their Facebook accounts when I logged… Continue reading
Today was the first day of work experience – and this week I am working at the Kindergarten Tegelhörn.
I write today using a German computer, trying to find my way round the German keyboard layout! I’m getting the hang of it, now that I’ve found the @ key… on the shortcut AltGr+Q.
Next weekend I will be returing to Cirencester‘s twin town, Itzehoe, in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein.
It was about 1997 when I started at primary school and was only May this year when I left secondary school and today I finally got the result of roughly 12 years of education.