It’s awkward. Although it is my second language, it’s so weird and somewhat uncomfortable writing in it. I’ve always found Chinese and English to be languages with much more expressions in them than Swedish. It’s odd, isn’t it? I guess, though, that 10 years of blogging in English does things to you.
Enough about that, I need to get going on the last exam of the fish course. I’m only halfway. I’d probably be faster if it was to be handed in in English. I even have to look up the Swedish meaning of English words… And there’s a lot of information to put on a few pieces of paper. Lucky we’re not space limited :)
Here’s something that makes the Swedish language weirder:
//c_Cae; skriv, skriv, skriv! (translation: write, write, write!)