There you are, and it's not even 21.30 yet. What's up?
You won't be able to guess what happened to me today. The most amazing thing ever. The advisor of the theological departement had a information meeting for all student that take Bachelor with two subject. I didn't even know about the meeting, but one of the guys i was learning with told me about it. I went there, it was only me and another girl, so it got quite personal. We both told what's going on in our subjects. I told him, that I don't want to become a teacher and that I was quite occupied with Hellenistics. And he is like: "Oh, you only need the Hellenistics lesson if you wanna become a teacher!!"
Wow, that's awesome! You must be the happiest person on the planet right now!!
Of course I am happy, but at the same time it's disconcerting! I was so ready to so this, being there every morning, the lesson being quite like school. While I have to make a new timetable and have many different kinds of lessons and homeworks now. And some of the classes started already this week, so I will have missed the first lesson already. I don't feel 100% comfortable about the whole thing yet, but give me a good nights sleep and the world will look brighter again.
But still, I can see that it eased your mind!
Yes, that's true. It would have been about 3-5 hours of homework every day and little life besides studying. And every monday there would have been a test about the stuff we'd have learned the week before that. No need for that. No german grammar test on monday either. Life will be different! Today I was able to have some more of the skandinavian classes I wouldn't have been able to study same time with Hellenistics.
How was that and what did you take?
First I was at a tutorial with a native speaker in norwegian, he has very nice dialect! We talked about things, Stuttgart 21, police, why we learn norwegian, where we have been traveling... Really nice. I think I would have taken it even with Hellenistics, because it's not much homework and no credit points anyway.
Afterwards I was at the "Interskandinavian audio-understanding". The teacher is danish and speaks danish. Quite hard to grasp what he says sometimes! Today we listened to something a norwegian author said, so that was quite easy for me. We'll see how it turns out when it's danish!
What will you be doing tomorrow?
First I will go to the Hellenistics class...
... why ever that? You could sleep in!!
Well, yes I could. But I am learning so much about german grammar there, and I like it. I won't be writing the test paper with them on monday, but tomorrow I will be there.
Afterwards there's something called "Propädeutikum" first day and I will talk to the advisor again, which classes to take.
Well, goodbye for now, and hope to see you again soon!
Thank you. Have a nice evening!