Three-Horned Bull from the Netherworld - Tarvos' Log

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Re: Three-Horned Bull from the Netherworld - Tarvos' Log

Postby Christi » Sat May 12, 2018 3:41 pm

Hi, you don't know me but I just read your last few posts and wanted to wish you good luck and a speedy recovery!

Depression is awful (speaking from experience). Take your time. You are the most important thing right now!
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Re: Three-Horned Bull from the Netherworld - Tarvos' Log

Postby tarvos » Sun May 13, 2018 1:36 pm

Ah, thank you.

Haven't done much study at all, but I did read a bit more in Tintenherz (I'm like on one-third of the book or so now), have been working a little on my PG presentation and I got an Italian book from my parents that they brought home from Sardinia. It promises to be stunningly difficult, so in other words, I should be fine :D
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Re: Three-Horned Bull from the Netherworld - Tarvos' Log

Postby tarvos » Wed May 16, 2018 12:54 pm

The last couple days I haven't done much studying at all, just read a bit of German. But I'm going to work on my PG presentation now and see if I can add some new Spanish words to my vocabulary :)
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Re: Three-Horned Bull from the Netherworld - Tarvos' Log

Postby tarvos » Fri May 18, 2018 4:17 pm

Been practicing my PG presentation today, corrected a few things, but it will be good. You have to go through these routines to get better, even I have to do that when speaking Spanish. There will be another go-through next week, as I haven't had time to really prepare the actual talk, just the presentation. We timed it and it was good when it comes to that. I'll tinker with it next week.

I booked a lesson for Italian (just a refresher for the PG) and I've decided to have some fun with Finnish (Funland as my brother calls it) after the PG. I think my teacher is actually a Finland-Swede but I don't hugely need the Swedish practice, I'm fine when it comes to Borkspeak.

I don't know much about Finnish from my three previous lessons, except that I was rather good at the pronunciation and shit at everything else. Gotta find my old Finnish documents. And I am taking back the conversation guide I lent to my brother when he did his Erasmus in Finland. He doesn't plan on learning more Finnish.
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