Ironically, I haven’t written in some time about the biggest part of my experience as a foreign exchange student in Spain: school. As I sit in my language and literature class absolutely confused by Spanish syntax and sentence structure, I think it’s important to note that I really do want to give up sometimes. The only reason I have been able to cope with such a drastic shift in my academic life is because of my company; my teachers have worked relentlessly to devise methods to teach me the material while helping me improve my level of Spanish, and my friends do their best to explain almost everything to me.
Wow your handwriting is so neat!! Whenever I write without lines, my writing is always slanted 😂. It's great that you are practicing Spanish with your teacher, as well as the new terms you learnt that day!
Amazing work.. ur project on Thermodynamics written in Spanish considering it as a foreign language . 👏 you got a book Nancy too to read. Nice that your teacher is helping out to read them
Wow, such intense work, done meticulously, in a foreign language that you just started using 4 months back, is work par excellence. It is no surprise your chemistry teacher laminated your worksheet. It is worth preserving! Keep it up Vismaya 👏👏
Very nice Vismaya👌 OMG!! Beautiful writing:) No wonder your chemistry teacher laminated your project 😊
Vismaya, The discipline that i see in your way of presenting your thoughts is beyond your age's maturity. I am not sure about the correctness since i do not know Spanish. Yet the way things presented clear clean and professional at the same time such an artist in you is evident. Herd a lot about you from your mom and always a pleasure to have come here to read about your experience in Spain. Few more weeks and hope you be back to US and enjoy your rest of the time. All the best with studies.