Haha that's okay. If you want we can end this conversation.
Yeah, and you don't really need to know all the countries when you're grown up.
Like haemophilia and colour blindness?
Yes, it's much easier to learn something when you're interested in it. Biology is harder than psychology, but I think biology is much more interesting at present.
Hey, I know, I answer almost 1 month later, so sorry Too much work. I'm tired. No time to go on PC.
Those ones are pretty difficult :/ I always get wrong with them.
Now we're working on genetic diseases, but to a more difficult level that what we did previous years (which is logical of course). Fortunately that I'm interested in biology, because that's a lot of stuff... And then we'll work on geology. I hate geology
Yes, things like that are to expect - though I hope you're not working too hard
Thanks, I know the basic countries. I still have to figure out the -stans (Afghanistan, Pakistan, etc.) and the little countries that nobody really known about.
Yeah, indeed they were
Last year we focused more on the molecular aspect of biology and genetics and this year we will learn about Mendel & his research, and evolution. And more things in the second semester. :D
School's going well I guess... Even if we've already a lot of work >< But it the last year at high school, so I was expecting such a thing.
Wow, sound very complicated ! Knowing the countries is ok, but knowing the capitals too Oo Good luck !
Haha, I'm working on the meiosis too x) Gosh, genetic things were so easier last year.
That isn't really my style, but it does seem interesting. And, no, I don't want to make flashbacks. So, in both cases the time goes forward, but from different starting points. Right?
But I probably won't follow the "past, present, past, present, past,..." routine. I'll mix it up a bit.
It's a great film, you should see it when you have the time.
Yes, I suggest you to do something like that. And to precise the date when you write a chapter about the past. Or you can also just type the chapters of the past in italic. Unless it's flashbacks? In that case no need to make a new chapter for that, just type in italic
I can't tell you I've never seen Memento
I tried to enjoy it while on vacation, but now I can't really seem to get any new fresh ideas.
I can't decide how to write the book either. It starts with him waking up, but events occur before and after that. How do I do that? Make interchanging chapters in present & past? What do you think?
(I've seen Memento by Christopher Nolan... do you think a style like that would work? )