How can I start to describe my experience in Greece? It’s hard to imagine that it’s been three months since I have been here in Greece, before coming the only thing I knew about Greece was their Gyros and knew nothing of the language or anything else. When I first arrived in Greece, I was eager to begin my adventure in Greece an Europe as well. Yes it was no surprise that I would experience culture shock that would leave me a great comfort and discomfort along the way. I will have to admit, I was struggling not only to adapt to Greek life but was also struggling to meet new people as I haven’t always been the most interactive person to be with.
Their physical description is truly amazing, and they can have millions of jobs. We also learned why they are such good pets. The pros and cons of owning a German Shepherd is awesome, and their history is fascinating. If you are planning on getting a German Shepherd or have one I highly recommend you to do some more research. To get more information you can check out http://www.akc.org/dog-breeds/german-shepherd-dog/detail/ , http://gsrelite.co.uk/the-history-origin-of-the-german-shepherd-dog/, https://www.britannica.com/animal/German-shepherd, or, http://dogtime.com/dog-breeds/german-shepherd-dog#/slide/1.
Prior to my travels, I lived in a small town that spoke only one language, Tagalog. Naturally, I learned how to speak the language by listening to my family talk and the language came naturally to me. Due to the prevalence of the language, I learned how to speak and write Tagalog and no other language. After all, learning another language was most likely useless in a homogenous community of Tagalog speakers. This mindset prevailed until after my fifth birthday when I found out that my family was moving to a Middle Eastern country called the
Germany The largest country in Central [Europe] is a formidable holiday destination for anyone who loves history, culture and nature in equal measures. Compact, easy to travel through and offering a different scene at every turn, Germany rates as one of the best vacation hubs in the whole continent. Renowned for its painful precision, soaring economy and do-gooder attitude, this country has somehow remained true to its nature, even throughout its tumultuous history. Knocked to the ground (a few times), degraded, ashamed and reborn, Germany is one of those places everyone thinks they know, but never really do. Not until they visit.
The author wrote that while growing up he remembered thinking it was quite normal for a child to speak French to his mother and English to his father and being surprised to discover it wasn 't. That 's it. That one statement made quite an impression on me. Because of my interest in the Americas I dreamt of moving to Chile or some other Spanish speaking country. I wanted to explore the countries I was interested in, although I admit I also had developed an interest in the exposure to "hot Latinas" I would undoubtedly experience in Latin America.
I notice that all these built infrastructure seen by me make me believe that there will be much more to offer by Germans if I finally go and study in the country. Presently i have a friend studying Information Engineering at Hamburg university of Applied science who also encourage me to come and study in Germany that I have a lot to learn and I will enjoy my study if I am finally offered
As such, the opponents of reducing the speed limit on the highway points to this fact to support their view. However, Germany has an infrastructure that is more superior when compared to the majority of the countries. The roads in Germany have been constructed as per the strictest safety standards in the globe and rank in the middle of industrialized nations with regards to the traffic deaths (The Guardian 2). In Germany, the drivers use the Autobahn, which implies that they driver have an enhanced understanding of their vehicles, its limitation and capabilities (Birnbaum 2). However, the US cannot be able to spend a lot of money on highways because are going to cost more than $3.6 trillion dollars.
When you learn to speak Spanish, you will never have to read the subtitles and watch the film at the same time, increasing the pleasure you derive from the experience. Also, you can understand the lyrics of Spanish songs when you learn Spanish. Spanish is not hard to learn A good reason why you should learn Spanish is because of the ease of learning. Many English words are similar to Spanish words, and the language is spelled phonetically. Also, there are so many Spanish speakers around that there is always someone close by to help you hone your Spanish.
Not only that, lack of confidence also hampers one performance and their ability to mingle well in the society. Here we are talking about English as a foreign language, but let’s consider a student moving to countries such as Germany, that attracts a huge number of engineers as engineering universities are very cheap there, as education itself is considered to be a free asset there, but the only huge hurdle is learning German language. But if an individual, can master the discipline to learn a moderately challenging language, such as English, then they will be able to put in the effort to learn much harder
I think I have played a big role to make both German and Chinese colleagues work well on the project. I have taken all my working duties seriously and finished them earlier that the deadline. And the quality of my duties was praised by my director. The most important was I have never made a big mistake in my work. I successfully finish my first business trip!