free web tracker soliloquies: french


so・lil・o・quy/- n. [C,U] a speech in a play in which a character talks to himself or herself, so that the audience know the character's thoughts.

Tuesday, June 20, 2006


Tuesdays are tough, boring and lame...but there's one good news. I am getting better at French comprehension and I can understand longer, more complicated passages than ever before. My teacher always gives us an assignment to translate the passages in our textbook. This procedure took me a lot of time and numerous rounds of translation with an online translator (oops!), but now, all I need is some confirmation of selected verbs. Nevertheless, I am probably going to need a wider range of vocabularies and an adequate listening skill to communicate. A long way to go...

Anyway, I believe that our lives are filled with unexplainable phenomenons. Under certain circumstances, I tend to experience this "illusion-like " effect repeatedly. No, none of the observances I see are fake...they are real life occurrences indeed, but its coincidentiality is the part that surprises me the most...the precise timing of its appearance. Yes, that "object" does have a lot more significance momentarily, but I have always experienced this symptom in all of the cases in the past. What is this...oh, by the way, I am not sick or anything, so there's nothing to worry about at all, but...interesting.


Post a Comment

<< Home