I GOT ACCEPTEDSorry for the spam journal!!!
but... but I'm just so happy! I never cried of joy...but...now :iconuhuhuhuplz:
I know, I actually was going to get the mail after easter but...
THEY SEND ME AN EMAIL I GOT ACCEPTED
My mom just sent me this email:
Liebe Bewerberin/lieber Bewerber um einen Ausbildungsplatz zur/zum
Gestaltungstechnischen Assistentin/Gestaltungstechnischen Assistenten,
ich freue mich Ihnen mitteilen zu können, dass Sie mit Ihrer Bewerbung
erfolgreich waren. Wir haben für Sie einen Platz reserviert.
Innerhalb der kommenden Wochen wird Ihnen eine schriftliche Bestätigung
zugehen. Weiterhin wird Ihnen dann ein Mathematik-Vorbereitungskurs
ermöglicht, um mögliche Defizite in diesem Bereich zu beseitigen
(Teilnahme freiwillig und kostenpflichtig).
Schöne Grüße und herzlichen Glückwunsch,
Which means translated in english:
I'm happy to tell you, that you your application was accepted. We reserved a
space for you (!!).
In the next week you will
Drawing Contest OPENHello there!:3Drawing Contest OPEN8 months ago in Personal More Like This
I'm still on hiatus, but I felt like starting the contest, hoho. :iconlazycryplz:
My Oc Pastel
~MintoLen's Oc Tora
You may draw them together, or only
draw one of them.
No mature content, please.
You can choose which of them you draw, but I would be very happy about pictures of them together!
You may change their outfits. (If they are on the beach, for example.)
the contest will end on May the 15th.
(there are a lot ;////; )
Good luck and have fun.<3
Edit: you also may draw Pastel in her alternate outfit http://sta.sh/013wqwwgw1kn
German lesson number two!:3 - Polite talkingHello there!;///;German lesson number two!:3 - Polite talking7 months ago in Personal More Like This
I never expected this journal would become so popular.O///O
So I decided to make another one to help you!:3
Let's start. :iconteatimeplz:
In english, everybody is usually 'you'.
In germany, you have to address people as 'Sie' when they become adults. It's polite, and if you don't do it you seem very rude. There are two ways of 'Sie' in german. One is the feminine sie. This one is used for females. "Sie spielt draußen" - "She is playing outside."
And there is the other Sie, the one I just told you about.
The femine sie is written without a capital letter, the polite sie is written with a capital S - Sie. The polite sie can be used for both, female and male.
Some expample sentence with 'Sie':
Do you know where I can find the toilet? - Wissen Sie , wo die Toillete ist? [ Wisan se wow de towletah ist?]
Want to learn some german?:3 - The basicsHello there!^w^Want to learn some german?:3 - The basics7 months ago in Personal More Like This
I was bored...so I thought, since a lot of people seem to like Germany, I would like to share some germans words with you!:3
First, in germany exist three 'articles'. In the english language is only one, 'the'.
In germany the articles are 'Die' (feminine), 'Der' (masculine) and 'Das', neutral.
A lot of those articles don't make sense for the words there are used to..xD (For example it is: 'Die' Sonne (the Sun). But actually the Sun is a thing, and not feminine. ) This will be very confusing to learn. ; ;
So I will teach you some basics, and how you pronounce it. :3
Guten Morgen - Good morning [Gootan Morgan]
Guten Abend - Good evening [Gootan Ahband]
Wie geht es dir? - How are you? [Wee gayht es dihr?]
Mir geht es gut! - I'm fine! [Meer gayht es goht]
Mir geht es nicht so gut. - I don't feel very good. [Meer gayht es nisht/nicht sow goht.]
And there comes the CH (nicht.) I noticed this is very, very difficult to pronounce for people outside germany. But german people c