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last night i took (and hopefully passed) the most difficult exam of my academic life.
8 (yes, eight) pages of czech. one page of answering not so difficult questions. one page of translating czech to english. one page of translating english to czech. one page of putting sentences in both the past and the future, perfective and imperfective.
and, omg, i am so brain dead i can't remember the other 4.
i knew we were in trouble when our tutor, and proxy, opened the envelope containing the exams from hell and her jaw dropped. a confused look crossed her face followed by a long sigh.....
i came home, had a beer and went to bed.
the next course of czech is out of the equation. i've better ways to waste my brain.


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May. 8th, 2008 10:56 pm (UTC)
Kay Shiraz Syrah, whatever will be.
A bottle of Petite Shiraz if you pass I will set it up with a wine strore near you.
May. 9th, 2008 02:29 pm (UTC)
Re: Kay Shiraz Syrah, whatever will be.
not fond of syrah. there are too many different tastes in it for me....notes, i think they call it.
actually i need to find some pastis. that is what i have been missing. with our french heritage, one would think it would be easy to find here.....
May. 9th, 2008 08:28 pm (UTC)
Re: Kay Shiraz Syrah, whatever will be.
Then Pastis will be the present for the future pass.
Jun. 23rd, 2008 11:59 am (UTC)
and quiet is the thought of you -
...a thousand kisses deep...
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