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All the way down South in Lithuania there is a magical place, where the Berlin Wall still exists, where you can hear Russian march songs are playing from wooden security posts, and order Ruskij chai with a single cube of sugar and a musty cookie.
Welcome to Grūto Parkas, a.k.a. Stalin World!
... mistakes & rewrote one summary, read two articles with the vocab)
3) + (translated a history brochure for the Grodno Pulic library into english, pretty boring)
Also finished reading the detective story. How could the author kill my favourite Erast Fandorine?! He must be alive anyway in the next book.
Not a bad start.
... french and get the B2-level at the exam next year:
*** There're no courses in Minsk to prepare for that french exam, though i've found out recently about the Franco-Belorussian Center in the embassy. They organise classes IN french (economy, political studies, ect.). It's not easy to get there, though.
a) pass the entrance exam at the embassy (it is oral: one is to read a french newspaper article, summarise it and retell, ...
... is exacly the same you'd get to the question: Will i become a champion? If you don't see yourself living that way you won't reach your target. As simple as that.
Putting aside the phylosophic part of the issue, I'd like to share some ideas.
- The first one is the structure of the stories i'll be posting later on. It's called "The tree. The blade. The rime frost". That idea i took from the russian detective story I'm reading right now (one ...
... get packed and set off on a trip in half an hour (with a knapsack and some money in their pocket. Something that not many people in Belarus can do (because of all the visa issues, it's ***********ly to enter the country, but even to leave it).
So my next trip I'll have to imagine. Why not? Every time i speak or study english i really feel myself wandering around streets in London (which is descibes quite profoundly in Sherlock Holmes' Adventure). ...