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April 28th, 2012 10:17 AMMentaliiI see that I've missed your birthday, so happy birthday to you nevertheless, even if it's a little late :D
April 22nd, 2012 01:54 AMTropical SunlightHaha I should probably stop improvising and embarassing myself :D
April 21st, 2012 05:35 AMMentaliiOh ok, actually it's exactly like here And when do you leave high school? Here at 18.
Ha ha merci :D Unfortunately I return to school Monday >< Anyway, I had good vacations
And btw your sentence was almost correct :3 You should have said "Amuse toi bien", "bien" means "good". But it's not important, I've understood you after all
April 17th, 2012 10:10 AMTropical SunlightHaha we have some "special" professors as well
Well, you begin primary school at the age of six, then, when you're 14/15, you go to high school
Have a nice vacation and enjoy as much as you can! :D
Amuse-toi. (was that even correct? )
April 17th, 2012 08:39 AMMentaliiYes they are completely useless x) I loved Art in secondary school but not Music, our teacher was really... Special. And was really bad at singing => the height of a Music teacher...
Oh ok, I didn't know that So, if you start high school at 9, at which age do you leave it?
Haha, here we are in holidays :p Good luck with your history project, and have a good day off
April 17th, 2012 08:24 AMTropical SunlightSounds exciting, and I think you agree with me that Music and Art are, although fun, somewhat useless in real life...
And we don't have secondary school here in Slovenia; we go from 9 years of primary school to 3 or 4 years of high school
The entire state sector (jobs that are paid by the government) is having a strike tomorrow, which means no school! :D
Finally a day off so I can finish my history project.
April 17th, 2012 07:02 AMMentaliiMusic and Art History necessary? Oo I had those classes in secondary school but it stopped with high school
Currently I have Mathematics, Physical-Chemistry, Biology & Geology, English, Spanish, French, History-Geography and Sports.
April 12th, 2012 04:43 AMTropical SunlightWell, we don't have any optional subjects this year. I think in 2 years we will
I have English, Spanish, Mathematics, Informatics, Slovenian, Physics, Art history, Sports, Chemistry, History, Geography and Music.
All are necessary
What about you?
April 12th, 2012 03:18 AMMentaliiChocolate eggs are the best !
Aw, too bad :/ But it's just an art history test, you wanna work in medicine, so I guess this isn't the most important
It's funny that you have art history class, here we haven't that, except if we choose the option
April 11th, 2012 09:26 AMTropical SunlightOur neighbour brought some chocolate eggs, so I guess we do have them
And no, we don't hide eggs in Slovenia
I messed up an art history test today. :\
April 11th, 2012 02:05 AMMentaliiIt's great, I love dying eggs But, you don't have chocolate eggs and so on ? Just coloured and normal eggs ?
Yes I think giving presents for Easter is kinda strange, this even is not really for that '
Yes hidding eggs is pretty fun, I loved that younger But you surprised me, I thought that everybody did that, hidding and finding eggs.
April 8th, 2012 02:14 AMTropical SunlightWe usually just dye eggs in various colours, and then we take the eggs, and ham and other things to church in a basket, where the priest blesses them, and then we go home and eat them
But this year I've noticed that little kids have started getting presents from their parents, as though it was Christmas time. Which I think is completely unnecessary.
But hiding the chocolate eggs sounds like lots of fun. I'll try and do that with my little brother and sister this year
April 7th, 2012 10:03 AMMentaliiNo gifts, just chocolate eggs (or chocolate rabbits, chowolate bells, chocolate hen and so on) that are hidden in the garden by the Easter Bells. Or in some families they speak of the Easter Bunny, but Easter Bells are totally more popular here.
And what about Slovenia?
April 7th, 2012 09:45 AMTropical SunlightDo children in France get gifts for Easter...? Do you have an Easter Bunny, or some other althernative perhaps?
April 7th, 2012 08:55 AMMentaliiHappy Easter to you too
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