Ah right, cool. I think, the use of the past tense in German is a little easier than in other languages... compared to English or French, I mean. Most Germans simply use the present perfect (Ich habe gegessen, du hast gegessen etc.) and the Präteritum (past tense) is mainly used in literature.
I've been fine. Just studying a lot... as always xD
Later today, I'm going to the movie theater to watch "The Wolf of Wall Street". Really looking forward to that
Oh wow, Biochemie und Politikwissenschaft. I bet that takes a lot of effort! And yes, it is spelled "Universität". So I guess you have a thing for science? In school, I liked Biology a lot (in Germany, we don't have one class that is called "science" but we have 3 different classes that are called Chemistry, Physics and Biology. I never was good at Physics though. Does biochemestry also deal with neurobiology? Cause that was one of my favorite topics in Biology.
Ahh right, I had wondered what was funny about Fire Pokémon anyway lol I get what you mean with German speaking people confusing funny and fun. I've seen people make that mistake as well. It's funny when they say that the roller coaster ride was "funny", right? xD
Oh yeah, we haven't talked about how a language's structure influences the way people think in detail but I believe it's one of the topics we will deal with in a bit. Right now, we're talking about things like what a culture exactly is (what makes a culture a culture?) and how it influences a language. To me, it's really interesting.