On the last week of my internship I had to write a 25 page long documentation on my whole activity.
I wrote it in German (for obvious reasons) and my supervisor read it all...
We read it together and he corrected my grammar on every single page.
I think his inner Grammar-Nazi was bleeding.Side-note:
Apparently sentences like "Putin is riding a bear" are not appreciated in documentations.2.
I signed a contract with the company where I had my internship.
My work begins on November 2 and my fist task will be an Android app for Volkswagen.
Why is this relevant?
Well, the company's German so we have to go for 1-2 weeks to Braunschweig.
And that means I'll be speaking German again. *Yuppi!3.
I started watching Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood with German subtitles.
It won't help with my pronunciation, but I think that reading short sentences is the best way to learn in my case.
*I have no idea how to spell that.
I started listening to a lot of English songs. It's something.
Currently my accent sounds like Vladimir and Hans had a child together.
By writing this post I realised I have zero to no idea about English prepositions.
"to help my pronunciation" VS "to help with my pronunciation" and many more.
Nem egy nap alatt épült Buda vára.