That's fine, trade me all the ones you need to evolve. :p and I don't have a Latios, I'm sorry. :[ The funny thing about me is that I haven't really played any of the games post-game, so I pretty much stop and move on to another game once I'm done with the E4, if that makes sense. xD
hey im finally ready for the trade btw you wouldnt mind if i lent you some other pokemon evolved by trades to evolve them would you and btw if you have a latios could you lend it to me for my pokedex? sorry if im asking too much but i want to complete my pokedex before x and y comes out
Yeah, whoever majors in literature is out of their minds! You know how many essays and stuff you have to write!
I love Science, and it's funny because most people don't. It really is a subject where all the information just comes to me, you know? & yeah! You used the right term.
I try to give good advice, but usually that never happens, haha. xD All you have to do is put effort into what you're studying and you'll do fine. That goes for any subject, honestly. & that's fine! I answered kind of late to this anyway. I'm sure you're awake by now and probably at school. Talk to you soon!
haha thats good and no i definitely dont think about majoring in literature that wouldnt be different than commiting suicide :D glad you like chemistry and i like it too just like many science related and numerical subjects so you can say i have a numerical mind(not sure if this is the correct term ) im countin on you though since im taking most of my exam advices from you XD i will definitely work hard though anyway its getting kinda late here and i want to study a bit before i go to bed see ya tomorrow
Believe me, I thought I was done with English entirely after I graduated high school, but nope, it comes back to haunt you in college. x( You'll get done eventually, though, if you don't decide to major in that, of course.
Eh, I'm a Biology major, so I have to be somewhat decent in Chemistry in order to continue being a Bio major. :p I'm only in intro chemistry now, though, and I'd say I've understood everything we've done so far. The test was okay. It wasn't easy, but it also wasn't hard. Honestly, how much you put into what you're learning (like how much you study for the subject) determines what your grade will be. xD
sorry for the late reply a friend of mine called and we had a long conversation :D The worst part about literature is i cant get rid of it until my academic education is over so yeah ill have to get literature classes even in college. why? because "classics" are very important and we dont even read classics anyway btw i forgot to ask about your exam. is your chemistry good in general? or is it just one of the subjects that you reluctantly study?
I agree!!! Literature classes are extremely boring, and there's really no motivation to study, at least not for me, and that seems to be the case with you, too. :p Don't worry, I had to go through the same thing. I had four English classes throughout high school, and I also just finished taking my first 2 in college. We've read stories dating back to like the 14 - 1500s! xD & they're so difficult to understand because they're written in old English. :\ I love your stone age joke! lmao!!
Don't worry about asking me anything! Every question is a good question, and I like answering them. ;p The college system here is pretty much like that of the rest of the world. You pick a major (like Biology, Literature, Humanities, History, etc) and you take classes for your major. The first two years, however, (the first 60 credits/units) are usually spent doing general ed. credits. So pretty much you do like a second version of high school during your first two years. It sucks, lol. I've had to take classes in all the subjects so far, like history, English, Math, science, etc.