I'll be talking about Pokemon, gymnastics, Project Runway, and other things you probably don't care about.
Near the end of the image may not be entirely appropriate for work or a lecture hall.
This is one of the greatest thing I have ever seen on Reddit.
We were divided into groups with one Japanese speaker per group. What I learned:
1. I cannot keep my tenses consistent, especially with です/だ.
2. Telling some one your Computer Science midterm was easy will provoke an interesting reaction.
3. I forgot everything I learned about Japanese history.
For people who are actually interested in the language, I also learned that the lack of differentiation between the present and future tense means that I
Today I took my Computer Science midterm. When I saw the code included for the first question, I was a little confused since it appeared to contain the answer. Eventually the professor pointed this out after a student showed it to him and the first question was eliminated from the test.
And now I will get the results of my two other midterms tomorrow.
Every time I read a story by Edgar Allen Poe, this is what happens:
1. Exposition: Okay, I get the background of what's happening in this story.
2. The middle 90% of the story: No idea what's going on.
3. Conclusion: Some one dies.
Then I have to read the story multiple times to acquire a basic understanding of what the story is about.
Every single time.
I usually don't put posts so close together, but I thought this should be shared before the day ends.