quarta-feira, 6 de maio de 2009

"What? Well, hum... sorry!"

Today I decided to write in English. I don't know the reason yet, but to tell you the truth I know. I spent 6 years of my life learning this FUCKING language. And now I realize that, if I don't practice, I'm gonna forget a lot of things. This is kind of obvious.
One day I forgot how to say "aluno". Then I thought: "Come on Bruna, it's student. How can you forget this?" You know, the process of thinking in English will get slow. And mine is getting dow.
I don't know even if I'm writing right. I just told, I forgot a lot of words, expressions... oh, this is ridiculous!
My dad told me: "If you finish the course I will pay an interchanging for you." Right, I finished, not because of the "promise", but because I knew that one day English would be so important on my career. So, the question is: and the promise? where is?! My dad is great, really great.
Wanna know? I will pay an interchanging or a trip just to practice this language.
You learn, but you learn in Brazil. It's different. A lot of people say that when they go to EUA, Canada, etc, they asked themselves: "What am I doing here? I don't know how to speak English!" or " I don't understand a word that they (americans) are talking about!"
This happens a lot and it's normal.
It's like a shock.
So, to finish this text I want to thank CCAA. Everything that I know it's because of the teachers, sure. But more of the method.
The one that don't have translates and obligates you to THINK in English. And it's repetitive. (I don't know if this word exist).
Much better, isn't it? You really learn. If you want, of course.
That's it.
Sorry of any mistake that I made.

2 comentários:

  1. Hi my follower friend! I don't noticed any mistake, you speak such a good english!
    My dad promised me the same thig, isn't absurd? I want so much too.
    =) anyway, thanks for the comment and the lovely remembering.
    Congratulations, the picture is beautiful.

  2. My friend told me: it's "down", not "dow". :D
    I forgot the "n".