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Saturday, 24 November 2007
07:09:34 PM (GMT)
This is just for fun I Repeat - JUST FOR FUN!

Please tell me your answer's when you get it...!
Answer the questions with caution. ((not really just answer them!))


1.How do you feel if you get dumped by the guy of your dreams?

A) Crashed,Unloved

B) O.K , Fine

C) Nothing hurts


If you Said A) go to question 4
If you said B) go to question2
If you said C) go to question 3


2.When you and you sister/brother/parent go to the mall do you-

A) Think- They've got to be kidding!
B) Say- I love you ((quietly))
C) Nothing- Just going with the flow.

3. Your friend hit you where you just got hurt by someone else.You do-

A) Tell your parent's/Teacher
B) Start a fight
C) Talk about it with them and ask them why they did it
D) Just tell your Diary

4.You just tole your best-friend who likes you and she/he ask all of them if they
want to
go out with you, and one said yes what do you do?

A)Tell her that she's going to get a mouthful
B) Dump him/her
C) Say- none move - then kick him

Comments 
‹♫♥Awesome♫princess♥♫› says:   1 May 2011   384190  
I'm trying to get an idea of what school systems equate to in terms
of fluency of a language. As it is, I only have experience of the
English school system, and this is what I've come up with so far.
Although I generally abhor learning languages solely in a classroom
(as you can see from what I've written, it's a poor learning
environment indeed) I am interested in what standard ability classroom
courses equate to in terms of ability to speak a language. EDITED
Below GCSE level: Novice. GCSE Level: Somewhere between Novice and
Survivor. Full A2 Level: Conversationalist. 4 year university course
including year abroad: Debater. Using the scale from here. Assuming
that little self-study is done, and the course is followed exactly. I
would like to hear from you. I would like to hear from you if you are
a Britfag and you believe that my idea is incorrect. I would like to
hear from you if you are in another country, telling me about your
school system. I await your replies.
 
‹♫♥Awesome♫princess♥♫› says:   1 May 2011   656674  
I'm trying to get an idea of what school systems equate to in terms
of fluency of a language. As it is, I only have experience of the
English school system, and this is what I've come up with so far.
Although I generally abhor learning languages solely in a classroom
(as you can see from what I've written, it's a poor learning
environment indeed) I am interested in what standard ability classroom
courses equate to in terms of ability to speak a language. EDITED
Below GCSE level: Novice. GCSE Level: Somewhere between Novice and
Survivor. Full A2 Level: Conversationalist. 4 year university course
including year abroad: Debater. Using the scale from here. Assuming
that little self-study is done, and the course is followed exactly. I
would like to hear from you. I would like to hear from you if you are
a Britfag and you believe that my idea is incorrect. I would like to
hear from you if you are in another country, telling me about your
school system. I await your replies.
 
‹♫♥Awesome♫princess♥♫› says :   1 May 2011   161326  
I'm trying to get an idea of what school systems equate to in terms
of fluency of a language. As it is, I only have experience of the
English school system, and this is what I've come up with so far.
Although I generally abhor learning languages solely in a classroom
(as you can see from what I've written, it's a poor learning
environment indeed) I am interested in what standard ability classroom
courses equate to in terms of ability to speak a language. EDITED
Below GCSE level: Novice. GCSE Level: Somewhere between Novice and
Survivor. Full A2 Level: Conversationalist. 4 year university course
including year abroad: Debater. Using the scale from here. Assuming
that little self-study is done, and the course is followed exactly. I
would like to hear from you. I would like to hear from you if you are
a Britfag and you believe that my idea is incorrect. I would like to
hear from you if you are in another country, telling me about your
school system. I await your replies.
 

 
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