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... is my favourite
class, our teacher is super nice and while we only learn simple stuff I really
like learning another language (Everyone here speaks like two or three
languages while us western people are left looking like fools)
In order to determine whether we are suited for teaching or
have been paying attention we are to be given a number of assignments
throughout the month. They are not seriously marked, only issued with a “Not
This may be a little long. We've done quite a bit in the last few days. Our last day in Mongolia was quite fun! We planned to do a bit of sightseeing around Ulaanbaatar, and that is what we did. Very little in fact. We went back to Sukhbataar Square, took some piccies, and that was about it! UB really isn't a particularly pretty city. We went for some lunch at a cool looking bar. It was a shiny cube. Thought it would be expensive but we had a lunch time deal. Got 2 big German ...
... and I were left to our own devises I think that we would still be there trying to get out.
Our room at the hotel was stuffy and smelted bad, Geoff went and had a quiet word and we were given another room. This room smells better, brighter and its our home for the next 6 nights.
We went for a walk to explore Tienanmen square and the Forbidden City, then went and bought some groceries ...
I just finished midterms and finally have time to update this blog. I generally did well (except for listening) despite the horrible disorganization, which I will try to explain as simply as possible:
I have 3 classes: listening and speaking, reading and writing and grammar. Sometime in early October we were told by our grammar instructor we would have a midterm Nov 13. Fine, this notice was given more than a month in advance. A few weeks ...
... there, and I am quite glad we did. The paintings in the museum are some of the best I have ever seen, and the history of China told from a Chinese perspective was a really cool experience. We spent the day seeing random sites throughout the city that aren’t really worth going into, such as a small art district, an underground fake market, and an area filled with the China headquarters for a bunch of American corporations. That night ...