2nd German self-reflections

2nd German self-reflections - with projects in order to...

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German 1E, Section 1 December 10, 2007 Second Self-Reflection Languages are important in order to live and communicate in our world. Since they are vital, I am taking some language courses in order to improve my fluency. German is one of the languages that I have chosen to study, because it is one of the most important and commonly used languages in Europe and around the world. Learning German may help in the future, especially because my family currently lives in Europe. So far, I have been studying German in a few classes. I took two courses of German in high school and have now taken one semester of it in college. These classes have helped me to get where I am now. My first German course that I took in high school was pretty difficult, because it was a new subject. However, my high school teacher made it fun to learn German,
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Unformatted text preview: with projects in order to help learn about the culture as well. The German class that I have taken in college here at Berkeley has really helped me put together and review what I have learned back during my junior year of high school. One of the main areas that German 1E has helped me with was the grammar and sentence structure. The exercises in the book and the workbook homework were helpful mediums to study by. I plan to maintain my language competencies in German by taking German 2 during the spring semester. Also, because my family lives in Europe, I plan on visiting them occasionally and travel around Germany, as I have done before. Ich kann Deutsch 3 folgendes Jahr im Fall nehmen. Wenn nicht, halte ich meiner Deutsch Fähigkeiten. Deutsch ist schwierig, aber macht mir Spaβ....
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This note was uploaded on 09/10/2008 for the course GERMAN 1E taught by Professor Aida during the Fall '07 term at Berkeley.

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