I finally finished Twi and Flutters yesterday night, and decided to wait until next day to post these, because it takes some time to write description.
Btw, she's saying "I don't understand".
I have to say couple of words about school as well. Yes, obviously, it's different. Like I mean, you can sleep during lessons, but better not to sleep all the time. Also, you can even walk and go out without teacher's permission. Idk about other schools, but that's what I saw. Also, the buildings are really small, probably, because towns where I lived are small.
Instead of skirts, tights, jackets, blouses with specific color, you just wear trousers and t-shirt. With specific color and school's name. Interesting~
If I had to go from one classroom to another, when lessons started 5 minutes ago and wait about 15 minutes until our teacher comes and open the door, now I could stay in my classrom and wait until teacher comes. Also, they almost don't have a break, only at 10am we can go somewhere for 20 minutes.
If I had to bring with me 5-6 books with subjects and 5-6 notebooks for them, they have only one heavy book and notebook, with: math, Portuguese, English languages, physics, biology, chemistry, geography and history, also, separate book for phylosophy.
I learned that better to draw not during lessons, but at home: in Russia teachers were like "bwaaaah you're not gonna pass your exams what'cha gonna doooo?!?!?!" but of course I passed, with best marks ;), and sometimes some of classmates, not really good people, were making fun of my interest in dragons and the fact that I draw, teachers were using my skills to make a posters for celebrations like they cannot ask for that those assholes that almost do nothing and I am the only one who can do everything, thank you, and here in Brazil people always we're like "oh that's beautiful oh no wait c'moooon show me your drawings". That's really annoying when someone watches you doing anything, still, better than those assholes in my school. Good I'll never see them again.
What about brazilians... well, uh. They're, no... THEY'RE WAY TOO FUCKING LOUD, not everyone, BUT MOST OF THEM. I know, they're really friendly, but eeh that's too much for me D: Still, much, MUCH better than some other people, that I wish I never met...... ANYWAY
In Russia, we just say привет "hello", sometimes shake hands, here in Brazil - people like OLAAA TUDO BOOOOOM hug, kiss, shake hands, it doesn't matter if you greet a woman or a man, and that's totally okay for them. But never do that in Russia, or people start thinking you're freaking weirdo :"D
That's funny when brazilians are surprised when they find out that russians don't have parties.
The funniest thing that I haven't learned Portuguese. All 9 months. I haven't done it yet. lol
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06 Jun 2016 19:07 CEST
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