Friday, February 16, 2007

Crazy Weather

The last week was pretty short and important week in our class. Although we only studied for three days, we took three exams! Also, there were some presentations about some videos we saw. I think these presentations were not bad, but I'm pretty sure, from my experience last semester, that the students' performance will improve during the semester and their fear will decrease after doing other presentations. One important thing this week was the climate condition. A huge winter storm came last Tuesday and big amount of snow ( or whatever white thing it was ) fall and covered the streets with white color. As a result, many universities including the university were closed on Wednesday.

5 comments:

Hiromi said...

Hello, Aziz!
Wow, you already did three exams?! That must be hard...I hope you did well on them. Anyway, it's great that you've recognized your improvement on your skills of English!

Keep up the good work!
See you~

Nina Liakos said...

The white thing was sleet, and it solidified into ice.

I hope you will get to see some really nice, fluffy snow this winter!

John said...

Hi Aziz,

Three exams in three days! That must have been tough! However, I'll bet your English is improving because of your efforts.

In Japan, we saw news of that big storm on TV every night. I like snow, and I wish we had more snow here. Do you like snowy weather?

Cris said...
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Cris said...

Greetings from the Uk!
Here the sun is out now. This season it hasn't been showing that much ...not as much as I wish it would, but it is also good that it is not that cold.
I can't wait for the arrival of spring again. I love when the sun shines and the birds sing in the morning. I like it hot!:)
Meanwhile we all have to carry on with our jobs and duties. You are absolutely right. Practice makes perfect. I am sure that by the end of the semester you will all be wearing a big smile and telling yourselves "hard works does pay off after all".
I wish you a good staying in cyberspace. May this blog suit the purposes of a different, enthusiastic and fun way of learning and making connections.