charlinka: Slovak spectator is newspaper that writes about everyday affairs in SK - but it´s written in English. It´s possible to be bought in Bratislava but I have never seen it elsewhere Take a look here: http://www.spectator.sk/
I think it´s very helpful when u are preparing for such an exam and - they use articles from SS at the second part of the exam - oral exam. U read a short article (from this newspaper - you choose one from a pile) and then you must retell them what it is about.
what about jeopardize - I remember it because the teacher pronounced it wrong and I had no idea what it could be
annili: what a fun! the same dates of our exams No, I don´t study in NR, I study in Ba - it´s a private pedagogic school - it´s not a university but a two-year study that u can take just when you already finished a high school - so you need to have "maturita" to study here. We call it "pomaturitne studium" and it takes two years - so this is my second and the last year Actually, I´ll have second "maturita" after finishing this school - it´s something like teaching basics - it allows me to teach
it seems you are right Weroni I´m almost dead and had to take a nap,just about to go to take shower ,tidy up a bit and prepare for another day I´m so exhausted...I take some pills/ginko biloba to be fit,but I really don´t know whatś the matter And what about you?Have a nice rest of the week
etuska - I feel very tired, too - but I´ve had this feeling for last several days... maybe the pregnancy week 34? My maternity leave starts this Saturday, by the way but I decided to finish this month - because of the kindergartens... anyway, they still aren´t satisfied - I think they´d be happy if I gave birth there while teaching But I don´t care - I simply wanna enjoy the last weeks with my beautiful tummy So since the next month I´ll teach just twice a week and those two days are just half-full - I teach just from three to eight - it´s fine. I´ll give just lessons to the students who come to me - I won´t travel anymore.
etuska - this time I also can´t wait the weekend... today I visited my dr and she gave me some antibiotics I am very unhappy because of that but she told me I would hurt my baby much more if I don´t take pills... I´ve got terrible cough, my throat and nose is full of mucus, my nose red of blowing and my eyes? no comment... I look like a drug addict I was supposed to go to school tomorrow and I also should have two lessons but I won´t leave my bed tomorrow - I´ll relax...
Hi Weroni Yeah,a busy weekend is coming ,but today we relaxed a bit with my darling and our daughter. She was drawind pictures with chalk on the pavement and then playing with stones. The pavement was so warm that we walked on it barefoot -what a pleasure
etuska, the reason is that I study Foreign Trade and Marketing at private university and they are sending these works abroad - France, London, ... in case we would like to get a job in those countries, they just ask for my work in their registry and make a picture about me and my knowledge...
etuska: where do u live when your daughter could play outside? Here, in Velke Ulany it was sunny until about 1 or 2 pm then such a great rain came... it´s been raining since that up to now....
by the way - it´s not very healthy to walk barefoot on something flat - like pavement or floor - feet suffer but - it´s very good to do so on grass or little pebbles it makes your feet muscles train and it prevents flat feet... I also don´t have to talk about what a nice feeling it is I love walking on grass
I see some bachelor works are being translated here some days ago I translated my friend´s abstract - it was about hungarization
...Weroni,I know that is not ideal,but I simply couldn´t help myself and we also did walk barefoot on grass a bit,but it was really cold. I phoned with my friend who lives near Nitra and she told me the same. But in the eastern Slovakia it was quite warm even in the late afternoon. I live near the High Tatras
etus - then you have a great air to breathe It must be nice to live under such mountains My father´s family lives in Martin - that´s also right under mountains and I love spending some days there we used to spend some holidays there with my sister when we were children
well,in fact we can´t see the mountains -they are about 60kms far,but there are some lower mts. around our town. And yes,we do breathe fresh air,because there is almost no industry in our region. See U