LESSON I<<< here...
Ha... I absolutely love my listening comprehension teacher, Murata先生. She's so much fun!
She only ever talks Japanese... well sometimes, there are German bits and pieces here and there, but really, for the most part, it's Japs. Though most of the students are bloody beginners and don't know a shit, really XXXD It's fun to be one of the few ones who actually understand a bit. ... There are one or two in the class who already know a LOT of Japanese though. One of them is the girl with the green hair. Hehe.
And Murata先生 is even like that in private. Not that she didn't know German. She does. But... me and Jules were looking for Murata's folder, it wasn't there where it should be. Luckily, she just exited her office, so I jumped at her with the problem. And all she said was "Ahhh nan*babblebabble*!? *perapera*??" Ehhh XDD Well ... all in Japs XD while she went with us to look again. I tried real hard xD "Ummm... na...ni?" Hahahaha... I like... only got pieces of what she said, but tried my best to answer lol. "Ummm... dare...nani? What? If... if there's anyone? Ummm? Dare mo inai yo..." [Jules was all questionmarks XD]
She was all *peraperapera* The magic of the Proff didn't work though, the folder still wasn't there when we got there with her. But we stumbled into her another time, in the library, the section for Japanese [PARADISE! Only (illegible) Japanese books! AHHH!]. I pretended almost cried when I told her the folder still wasn't there. XD She laughed and said gomennn all the time... Awww. ... Anyway, she found it and brought it to us, asking us if we could bring it back to the "carton", return it... and we "huh? Car...ton?" Until we understood that she had meant... the reck HAHA! KAWAIII!!!
My other language course... well, though I like the teacher, Kasai-san, he is really nice, but it's terribly boring for me... still. It's just TOO easy. We did one half of the hiragana, and I was all "ahhh don't look at me like that! I already KNOW them! I don't have to write them down! Really!" ehhh...
Another thing ... he was teaching us things like "Watashi wa Tomas desu. Gakusei desu." [me: *snoresnore* XD] Anyway. Kasai先生 always read our namesigns (we had made them for him and put them up on our desk) before he adressed us. Without knowing the names, he wouldn't want to.[because it's not reigitatadashii huh? EDIT: The next day, he actually said himself that he didn't want/can't adress people if he doesn't know their name. A while before that he had taught us how to introduce yourself, or other people. One of us asked how to ask someone for their name if you don't know it. Because zuttozutto he said the names of the person being introduced or introducing him/herself. He said he would come back to it later, but you don't really ask for someone's name, it's not polite. And he said that we should forget about 'anata' 貴方 = you, because it's not polite either. I mean hello? I always use it. >__> Anyway... I noticed then that he REALLY never adressed someone unless he could read the name or they had a prominent feature, as a scarf or something. So I was like "Uhu... so people won't talk to you if they don't know you're fucking name, huh?"... meaning 'older' people or... POLITE ones. For G's sake. *rolls eyes*] ~ Ne anyway, he was adressing people in my row "*reads* Tomas san wa sensei desu ka?" *answer* *reads* "Barb...barbara san wa nihonjin desu ka?" etc... His name flew over the signs... and I saw how he rested on mine for a while and skipped me to ask my neighbour. I mean.. erm? XD That was so funny. I almost risted with laughing. Innerly, I sure did... I mean, people everywhere apart from English speaking countries have a problem with my name... I'm used to it. But him just not being able to pronounce it, not even trying... that cracked me up XXD The poor guy.
AHHHHH!! And now I need to RUUUUUUUUUUUUN to the train! ARGHS! XD