We changed seats today in math, the only class except Spanish we have assigned seats. My new group consisted of three boys, one that was okey in math, another that was quite and couldn’t follow along with my explanations to the super easy problems and the third one was maybe one of the most weird people I met in this school. He only said super strange things and nothing about math.
In Spanish we did a test about imperfect and preterite tense and I was the only one who got 100%. But I still think that part of Spanish is really hard and I just did well because the test was really easy. Except small tests we read short stories, practice our listening skill and do a lot of games in Spanish class like kahoot and quizlet live. So much more fun than my Spanish back in Sweden when we mostly did boring writing assignments and long listing and reading tests. The only thing that I don’t like about the Spanish class here is that we sometimes have to record ourselves and put it on a website where everyone in the class can watch it. Then we also have to respond to three of the videos and it is just really awkward haha...
In English we started to read a book called “Lord of the flies”. I have already read it about three years ago in my Swedish class so that’s good because I have problems to follow along when my teacher reads because he reads really fast. The book is very brutal and a bit boring but hopefully I will stay awake during the reading sessions.
I had theatre after school and we went trough act 2. When we were going to do act 2 again my theatre teacher got pissed of because everyone hadn’t showed up and just told us to go home. Denice was eating dinner out and didn’t answer any of my calls but fortunately I found someone to ride home with.