So classes have been listed for next semester and I’m already trying to figure out what I want/need to take.
So far I have (probably) decided on:
- Old Norse/Icelandic
- Business German
- Linguistic Field Methods I
Aaaaand am currently trying to pick 2-3 more from these:
- First Language Acquisition
- Language Deficits & Cognition
- A class about natural language processing in computers
- Modern German Lit
- A class about just special topics in German-speaking countries?
- Medieval Foundations of Modern Cosmology
- Aaaaaand Russian, Swahili, or maybe Hindi idk
Why is this so hard. Why can’t I take everything.
|Song: Always Awake|
|Album: Always Awake|
|Played: 909 times.|
100 Days of Korean Music Day 24: "Always Awake" - Jazzyfact 'After drinking up a cup of coffee
Increase my heartbeat and end
my sigh like a comma, then start the fight
in the middle of the night. Why?
Because I thought I should at least get
near to my dream before the end of my life'
이 밤이 와도 이 밤이 가도 i’m always always awake
I have food truck & second season of Happy Endings plans with a cute boy on thursday yay life
Dylan Moran on adulthood
[x] oh my god his delivery
They call me coffee cuz I grind so fine
They call me coffee I keep you up past 2 am
They call me coffee because I’m really bitter and most people don’t like me without changing some aspect of what I am
Welp I’ve started a separate linguistics/language/learning/academic blog!
Soo you should follow linguisticwanderings, if’n you’re interested :)
I accept no other versions of her, however historically inaccurate it is.
No, I’m pretty sure this is fairly accurate.
Nothing can compare to books and writing while it’s raining.