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    (Original post by thatitootoo)
    Blergh Sounds just like a typical first day of term in the UK...I expected Hong Kong to have a "No time to waste on silly induction...let's dive straight into Algebra III little children" mentality! lolol I guess you're at a day school? How many lessons do you normally have in a day?


    TooToo KNOWS his stuff !! :spank: :mad: !!
    I normally have five, but today I only had one due to the various reasons mentioned above... I don't know I even bothered to go to school today.
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    (Original post by AquisM)
    I normally have five, but today I only had one due to the various reasons mentioned above... I don't know I even bothered to go to school today.
    One hour each? IB is not that bad at all Use this free time to practise some Spanish/French/Whatev?


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    Shwmae! Ych chi'n dda heddiw?
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    (Original post by constantmeowage)
    Shwmae! Ych chi'n dda heddiw?
    :teehee:

    Dwi'n dda, a ti?
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    :teehee:

    Dwi'n dda, a ti?
    Mae'r tywydd yn braf iawn! wyt ti wedi gwneud llawer o bethau heddiw?
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    (Original post by constantmeowage)
    Mae'r tywydd yn brad iawn! wyt ti wedi gwneud llawer o bethau heddiw?
    Same!

    Well yeah, twas the wedding day gwylias i fy athrowes (actually three of them)
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Same!

    Well yeah, twas the wedding day gwylias i fy athrowes (actually three of them)
    You're presuming I read the last few pages
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    (Original post by constantmeowage)
    You're presuming I read the last few pages
    Did I post here? Hmmm

    Yeah, I got married
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    (Original post by thatitootoo)
    One hour each? IB is not that bad at all Use this free time to practise some Spanish/French/Whatev?


    TooToo KNOWS his stuff !! :spank: :mad: !!
    Yeah, I would use the time that way, except I was about to fall asleep with every step...
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    (Original post by Octopus_Garden)
    Neither of you should be translating the "lassen" as "let" here, and possibly not at all, regardless of whether I have conjugated it correctly!

    In English, I would have said "I have had their eyes tested today". I think there's an example in the GCSE AQA boook, that uses a sentence about dry-cleaning- something like "I'm having the curtains dry-cleaned" and a German translation with lassen

    With the aid of dict.cc, I am attempting natural German (slightly hampered by my hatred of lassen).

    http://www.dict.cc/?s=eye-test
    Haha! Well at least we both attempted it. I did not know lassen could be used in such a way. All part of the learning process, aye.
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    Tootoo want to go back to skooooooooooooool !!


    TooToo KNOWS his stuff !! :spank: :mad: !!
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    (Original post by thatitootoo)
    Tootoo want to go back to skooooooooooooool !!


    TooToo KNOWS his stuff !! :spank: :mad: !!
    Really? I still have just under 2 weeks before I start college.
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    (Original post by 21stcenturyphantom)
    Really? I still have just under 2 weeks before I start college.
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    I need help in English again. What is the right word to initiate a subordinate clause (?) with the word 'indem' ? for all members who don't speak German, I'm talking about 'while', 'whilst' or 'by doing'. For all members who speak German here are some examples:

    Er löschte das Feuer, indem er ein Glas Wasser über die Flammen schüttete.
    Er konnte dem Fremden Mann helfen, indem er den Rettungswagen rief.
    Der Bankräuber konnte gefasst werden, indem die Polizei rechtzeitig alarmiert wurde.
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    (Original post by Octopus_Garden)
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    http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/over/sta...-JUNE-2013.PDF

    French:
    Reading: 33/45 = A*
    Listening: 25/40 = A*

    You can do it?
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/over/sta...-JUNE-2013.PDF

    French:
    Reading: 33/45 = A*
    Listening: 25/40 = A*

    You can do it?
    :eek: That seems quite low. Is it just this year or is it similar to most years?

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    (Original post by AquisM)
    :eek: That seems quite low. Is it just this year or is it similar to most years?

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    The Listening is definitely lower, Apparently it was very difficult!

    I'm not that board though... So I dunno
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    Argh I've looked at the grade boundaries for German & Spanish and I still don't feel any better about my results. I have no idea what to expect tomorrow. At the time, I felt I did well in my speaking, reading and listening for German but in Spanish, I felt my writing and speaking were poor. ARGH. Only tomorrow will tell. I really want an A*/A but I doubt I will get it. You get what you deserve, I suppose.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    The Listening is definitely lower, Apparently it was very difficult!

    I'm not that board though... So I dunno
    Yeah I thought so. It seemed a bit low for 53% to be an A*.

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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    French:
    Reading: 33/45 = A*
    Listening: 25/40 = A*
    WTF :eek: They cannot be serious with those boundaries
 
 
 
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