Hi! My future job is to become an Aerospace engineer. Can anyone recommend any good universities to get a Msc?
we have a free sponsored residential programme in sri lanka who like to volunteer and learn in a meditation in neighborhood of elephants jungle and also can participate in a documentary film making
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Hey guys, I really want to learn a new language, please give me recommend what language that easy to learn, except English and Indonesian :)
| 18502 - Réponse de Lan142 , 15 ans (Indonesia) - 2020-12-15 |
| bahasa korea sepertinya mudah kak!|
Hi everyone!I'm now learning Chinese, English and French.If you're learning these, I think we may be study buddies:)
| 18607 - Réponse de Candy2 (Hong Kong) - 2021-07-07 |
| I lived in your same country! I like to improve my Enlgish too...|
| 18500 - Réponse de Maysa8 , 16 ans (Thailand ) - 2020-12-08 |
|Hi, now I want to learning English can speak English a little bit please be make friend!|
hey everyone BJ Kolumbi here I have a few things to talk about in this post soyou probably already know what it's about judging by the title if you read it but I'll get to that in a second
I started high school today, I'm a French man Frenchman yeah I'm a Frenchman in high school now
apparently it's slang for a ninth grader I guess it's because France was the ninth country ever made but yeah the first day of high school for me it was kind of bad and kind of good
you see first things first. a bunch of atheist kids recognized me from my youtube videos and well they jumped me and locked me in the janitor's closet I I tried to escape by making like a bomb thing out of some random chemicals I found in there to blow up the door like on Breaking Bad but uh it didn't really work I guess but yeah
I eventually got out but I missed more than half my classes because I was stuck in that closet I did get to go to gym class though it's actually my favorite class now even though it's my first day you see there's this really cool new gym teacher and I really like him he taught us how to not be embarrassed when we change our clothes in the locker room
I was born without the ability to feel shame though so I wasn't so embarrassed anyways but yeah my gym teacher is really cool he kind of looks just like Ricky Martin (my favorite singer)
so after gym I went to the library and I got this book called a Moby Dick the title made it seem like it would be a good book but it turned out to be really boring so I just threw it in a trash can at lunch
what else oh yeah I played a really funny practical joke on my bus driver riding home you see I was sitting in the front seat because I'm supposed to sit in the back with all the other high schoolers but they were giving me some really mean looks so I went and sat in the front with some kindergartener kid anyway so the bus started to go really really fast and I just reached
over and uh well I reached over my seat and I and I covered the bus drivers eyes and then I said to him I bet you can't drive without looking and uh you see we almost kind of crashed into this huge truck but uh it was really funny
but now that I'm done with my first day of high school on to the main topic of this post that is of course my mom finally bought me lil B's new album
it's called I'm gay it's the Flintstones gay though not the the curse word that's also the title of the post but yeah little B is one of my favorite singers now because he has a B in his name and B is my favorite letter as well as my favorite animal and uh yeah that's that's all I had to say for this post
this was BJ kulumbi and my first day of high school so yeah signing off for now and be sure to read my next post because you see I'm gonna have actual footage of me with President Obama and I'm gonna be asking him some really important questions so stay tuned for that
let me know how your first day was
this has been BJ kulumbi signing off for now goodbye you too
| 18436 - Réponse de Kiko143 , 14 ans (China ) - 2020-09-08 |
|Oh no! It doesn't sound very good, but this kind of thing also happens in China. Students who suffer from school bullying will be beaten very badly... But I think you should stand up and fight! Don't let people bully you! We Chinese have a saying that "deal with a person as he deals with you". You must learn to resist! Come on! Let those people know you're awesome!|
The high school I will be attending from 2021-2024 has an exchange program to Japan for 6 months. Should I take it? Also my planned uni has a program to China and or Taiwan
| 18454 - Réponse de miyuu12 , 15 ans (japan) - 2020-10-15 |
|you should come to japan because there is delicious food.|
| 18452 - Réponse de haruna12 , 14 ans (japan) - 2020-10-15 |
|In my opinion, you should come to Japan. If you come to Japan, Japanese peopIe wiII be kind to you. Japan has a different cuIture from your country. For exampIe, how to eat and how to study.|
| 18451 - Réponse de Syuta akatuki12 , 14 ans (JAPAN) - 2020-10-15 |
|You should come to JAPAN. because,JAPAN has many interesting spots.|
| 18450 - Réponse de reme12 , 14 ans (japan) - 2020-10-15 |
|Ｙou should not go to Ⅽhina or Ｔaiwan for university.
Ｂecause japan is better Ⅰtink.Ⅼets come to japan.
| 18449 - Réponse de Ayumi12 , 15 ans (japan) - 2020-10-15 |
|I think you should come to Japan.
There are amusement parks.They are fun.
I think, you will have fun for six months.
| 18448 - Réponse de kanta12 , 14 ans (japan) - 2020-10-15 |
|I think you should come to japan. I am Japanese high school student. I had an exchange program to Australia for a week.I learned about the Australian lifestyle,people's kindness and so on. If you come to Japan,you can learn lots of things.Go or not go, you decide that!!|
| 18447 - Réponse de mai12 , 14 ans (japan) - 2020-10-15 |
|In my opinion,you should come to japan. Because Japan has a goodplace and safeplase.
Japanese are very kind and,Japan has many deliciousfood.You will have a goodtime here.
| 18446 - Réponse de kei12 , 14 ans (japan) - 2020-10-15 |
|You should come to japan.@because you will get a lot of self confidence. Aiso you can see beautiful natufe in japan.|
| 18445 - Réponse de ousuke12 , 15 ans (japan) - 2020-10-15 |
|ii think you should go to japan because china and taiwan are not peaceful now.|
| 18409 - Réponse de Alex139 , 16 ans (Great Britain) - 2020-06-27 |
|Opportunities not to be missed! You presently aspire to becoming a translator / interpreter and maybe also a politician. Given your proficiency in languages and your avowed interest in Japan and in China the chance to properly immerse yourself at a young age in Japanese and Chinese ways and to gain a deeper understanding of life in those countries is the best and surest foundation for a successful and rewarding career. Also if you were to opt for an alternative career - in business or diplomacy for example - the knowlege and experience gained would still be invaluable and prove a great asset.|
What does freedom mean to you?
| 18442 - Réponse de GAO73 , 17 ans (China) - 2020-09-19 |
|I think freedom is self - discipline. When we are great enough,the freedom is meaningful. But before we are strong,we should stick to our beliefs. When we achieve our dreams,we will be free of mind.|
| 18402 - Réponse de Hira93 , 13 ans (Indonesia) - 2020-06-13 |
|I think freedom is related to justice, where people are free to be what they want to be, no longer racist, no longer distinguish their skin color, where they came from, and what their religion is, but in reality freedom is still lacking in this world, see of course, there are still many people who are discriminated against, there are still many people who like to distinguish from one another because they are not the same, and some are distinguished because they are a minority, I believe the world is more beautiful with freedom and justice, we all want freedom and justice, that is why in my opinion freedom is part of justice|
| 18393 - Réponse de Zhongwei229 , 12 ans (China) - 2020-06-06 |
| I think freedom means responsibility.|
Which is more useful, Printed Dictionaries or Electric Dictionaries ?
What do you think ?
| 18429 - Réponse de Obara20 (Japan ) - 2020-08-18 |
|Me, too. Printed dictionary is better than electric one. We can find many words and means when we look for the word.|
| 18394 - Réponse de Lely178 , 18 ans (indonesia) - 2020-06-07 |
|I think printed dictionary is better than online dictionary. because when we looking for a word we have to read another words too. so we will know more word faster|
| 18333 - Réponse de nii12 , 15 ans (JAPAN) - 2019-10-31 |
|We should use printed dictionaries.
It is easy for me to look for words.
| 18332 - Réponse de Sen12 , 15 ans (Japan) - 2019-10-31 |
|We should use electronic dictionaries.
| 18331 - Réponse de yayoi12 , 15 ans (japan) - 2019-10-31 |
|We should use electronic dictionaries.
We listen to the voice.
I am in the "gifted" program at my school, and I hate it. Not he class its self, but how others treat me because of it. It's different at every school, but at mine it is based on your I.Q. It doesn't help that I'm not that popular anyway, so people act like I'm either 1) too smart 2) weird 3) the best at everything. It just puts pressure on me, and it causes so much stress. What do you guys have to say about it?
| 18488 - Réponse de Lely213 , 18 ans (indonesia) - 2020-11-25 |
| Is it same like in the movie? I watch Thailand movie named "the gifted"|
| 18406 - Réponse de Malcolm181 , 11 ans (Australia) - 2020-06-21 |
| I feel you there. My school has the IQ test results to show that I'm gifted, and teachers especially think that being gifted= straight A on everything.|
| 18395 - Réponse de Lely178 , 18 ans (indonesia) - 2020-06-07 |
|maybe sometimes we have to stop hearing what they say. just do your best and try to be kind. help them if they need and have a good attitude, i think that's good enough.|
| 18342 - Réponse de Jesse116 (Taiwan) - 2019-12-19 |
|One is a fool that doesn't get envied. It's the attitude that determines how others perceive you. You can show your intelligence and at the same time show the seriousness and empathy. It's not worth that negative attitude of others affects you.|
Hello there. I am a student working on a report that has to be submitted tomorrow and I feel like putting 'thank you very much' in the four Swiss official languages at the end of my PPT.
Feel free and reply to me, thanks a lot.
| 18417 - Réponse de Malcolm179 , 11 ans (Australia) - 2020-07-09 |
|This is a few months late, I'm sorry, the 4th language of Switzerland is Romansh.
Thank you in Romansh is either engratziel fetg or grazia fich
| 18392 - Réponse de Nikita102 , 12 ans (Madagascar) - 2020-06-04 |
|Hello, I would like to talk about animals|
| 18300 - Réponse de Régine203 , 52 ans (France) - 2019-06-24 |
|Hello, there are three official languages in Switzerand : French, Italian, German.
French : Merci beaucoup
Italian: Molto grazzie
German : Danke...
Hello, I am a 15-year-old student from Taiwan. I am having a series of classes about Europe at school and I am the delegate of Switzerland in the model European Parliament of the classes and we have to make a report of a topic of the country that we represent. I chose to do the education in Switzerland, so I hope someone could help me about that. Thanks a lot if you reply. ;)
My REF number: 1372046
| 18273 - Réponse de angie248 , 20 ans (usa) - 2019-04-06 |
|Hello! I am a student of University of Hartford. All information about this university and the other universities you can find in Free-Apply.com I will happy to help you) Good luck)|
Hi my name is mehmet.l'm 13 years old.
l love science .
because it is fun
| 18356 - Réponse de Sunara134 (Sri lanka) - 2020-02-07 |
|Yah me too.|
My school starts at 6;50AM and ends at 10;10PM.Besides that, we high school students only have one day off every week. Its killing me!OMG! Everyone takes me as a good student ,which makes me feel so much pressure.
I guess that schools in your country must be quite different,isn't it?
| 18312 - Réponse de Emily64 (France) - 2019-07-20 |
| I grew up in France, and in highschool it was quite tiring too. Not anywhere near as intense as you, but it was 8AM to between 4PM and 6:30PM (depending on what lessons were scheduled that day). I think that your day is way too long, that sort of intense learning isn't a good environment... You should only do that voluntarily, and even then...|
| 18298 - Réponse de Wenyuan41 , 14 ans (China) - 2019-06-12 |
Agree, Chinese schools are stressful and tiring, I am better but not much. But come on! Remember to work hard amd never give up, it pays for your effort! We dont really have a long time to suffer from studying hahahaha
| 18287 - Réponse de Beth158 , 19 ans (Australia ) - 2019-05-15 |
|Hi Harper, Here in Australia, school usually starts at 9am and finishes at 3.30pm. We have weekends off and school holidays every term; there are four terms in a year. School generally stops around the start of December and recommences again at the start of February. As for me, I am home-schooled, so I dont have to worry about this, as much. What is school like in China?|
| 18278 - Réponse de Allie137 (United states) - 2019-04-23 |
|Wow. Its so different in our country. We have school from 7:45 am to 2:30 pm. Ive heard that the Chinese take studying much more seriously than we do. Sounds like thats true. Also: I have a solution to make studying less tiring. You could drink coffee, soda, or another carbonated drink.|
Do you think evolution should be taught in schools?
| 18313 - Réponse de Emily64 (France) - 2019-07-20 |
| I think it's a good thing that it is. All scientific theories that have good grounds / proof backing them (evolution according to Darwin, Einstein's relativity theory, DNA, etc...) should be taught in schools, and you should allow the students to use critical thinking to decide on their own whether they believe religion, science, or both. Lack of knowledge makes people vulnerable :/|
| 18236 - Réponse de Régine203 , 52 ans (France) - 2018-11-17 |
|Evolution theory is maybe true, but science is never always right. Evolution teaches the contrary of Bible. Every people who have seen extraterrestrians describe themwith a very big head, a very small mouth and nose. We can think that it's the result of evolution. So it's a possibility forus to have primitiv organisms fishes and monkeys as ancestors. Has Bible been manipulated ?|
Should I take AP Salmon History course or AP Salmon Biology? I NEED ANSWERS QUICKKK
| 18244 - Réponse de Sam111 , 19 ans (Ireland) - 2018-12-21 |
|Hey, I know this is 1 month late but i think Salmon biology (if your referring of the fish Salmon) would be more interesting the history of Salmon. :)|
| 18243 - Réponse de Dan61 , 17 ans (Italy) - 2018-12-21 |
In the world, also in our country, students has learned and studied only for their test or grade. It means that students study only for their own test, not for their substantial life. It is because the world's education is leading that education, studying for the test. When our teachers said "This concept is so important that you have to memorize all of these concepts." Students immediately notice that it will be on the test, not thinking it usually uses in their daily lifetime. However, I think that education is wrong. The true education should be able to be used in real life based on contents learned practically rather than urgency in memorizing textbooks and examinations. For example, the real reason why we study English is that communicating with others, but we don't have time and opportunities to talk others with saying English. We learn English in school only vocabularies and much grammars which is not using in daily life too. Also, education changing is not only for English. It is also for other subject like math, art, science, language. I dream is to change our education method to practical and creative. (Education revolution!) How about your thoughts? I'm really curious about other people's ideas.^^
* If you have other opinions or more ideas about that, please share your thoughts here. *
| 18358 - Réponse de angie163 , 20 ans (usa) - 2020-02-22 |
|Hi! I highly recommend you to apply to Cisco Junior College. It`s really a decent place. Also, in Cisco Junior College all students have the opportunity to study in a comfortable learning environmnet. So, as for me, the main benefits of studying in Cisco Junior College are: university located in a promising sity, university has a practicing teaching stuff, studying in one of the most popular university in the country. Also, I recommend you to find information here (Free-Apply web) about this university. Good luck!|
| 18357 - Réponse de Olga110 , 47 ans (Germany) - 2020-02-09 |
| Dear Linda,
you posted your message about 2,5 years ago, but I only now saw it, still I´d like to reply. As a teacher I can tell you about my own experiences. Good grades is all most students want. They aren´t interested in what they can do with the stuff they learn, they only study to pass the next test. My attempts to do something creative usually cause negative reactions. They always want to know whether or not they will get a grade on the task. Or whether or not it will be in the next test. If my answer is: no, but it´s a useful task because it develops your skills - they are reluctant to do it. Plenty of colleagues have made the same experience; maybe that´s why things we do in English classes are mainly working with vocabulary and grammar! On the other hand, try to communicate without the vocabulary and grammar, LOL!
| 18299 - Réponse de Wenyuan41 , 14 ans (China) - 2019-06-12 |
| China is the same, but best students in my class can always remember to use knowledge to deal with daily life, thats quite brilliant, I really like the life in European and American schools, the students learn for themselves and learn by themselves, studying becomes interesting and fun. In China, however, the teacher tells you what to remember. Sometimes my English teacher teaches something thats never used among British and Americans! Grades mean everything here. I dont like this although exams are useful, but we have to obey this.|
| 17936 - Réponse de lillian209 , 12 ans (usa) - 2018-01-02 |
|I think people should be taught mostly the things we use in daily life. But we should study the things in textbooks and try to reward ourselves a higher education. But your right, it would help if teachers and parents showed the students where they will use things in daily life. I think, especially highschool students, students start to see school simply as a place to make friends and study for the next test. And some students may be pushed to get better grades in certain subjects (e.g A in Math C in Language Arts A in Science so on) But I feel they need to be recognized not as people who fail, but as people who have succeeded. Even if it's just a certain subjects, you don't need to have good grammer to be a accountant. And as long as they do know what they need to, they can succeed.
Education is important. But we need to recongnize where students talents lies, and need to show them were things can be used.
Hi, I am majoring in Social Sciences. I plan to study abroad two or three years later. so, would you recommend a university in Germany or Northern Europe?
| 18274 - Réponse de angie248 , 20 ans (usa) - 2019-04-06 |
|Hi! I am planning to apply to another country like you. The main web that I use to search the information about the universities all over the world is Free-Apply.com
I am planning to apply for a BA in Valley Forge Military College. There are a lot of good programms and courses for me. What about Northern Europe, I don`t know exectly but you can search in this web by yourself. It`s easy) Good luck)
| 17893 - Réponse de Andreas229 (Germany) - 2017-11-27 |
|study in Korea! Korean education system is ranked very highly, it's one of the best in the world!|
Which country has the best and most standard in Education and research? I need you're response.
| 18277 - Réponse de angie248 , 20 ans (usa) - 2019-04-21 |
|Hello. For my mind, the best place to study is University of Nevada Reno, in United States Reno. I am really happy to be here. If you interestad with this question, I can help you. Just try to find on Free-Apply. There are o lot of information about all universities in the world. I hope I helped.|
| 18229 - Réponse de Régine203 , 51 ans (France) - 2018-10-10 |
|USA Great Britain Japan Scandinavia,Germany France|
| 17841 - Réponse de Laura160 (France) - 2017-09-22 |
|I'd say north countries like Norway, Sweden; and also Switzerland.|
| 17829 - Réponse de jonathan229 (taiwan) - 2017-09-20 |
|maybe Finland, also Japan,Canada...|
When are you guys going back to school?
| 17777 - Réponse de Korla10 , 15 ans (USA) - 2017-09-07 |
|Yeah, something like that...|
| 17774 - Réponse de Laura160 (France) - 2017-09-06 |
|Are you homeschooled or something?|
| 17760 - Réponse de Korla10 , 15 ans (USA) - 2017-08-30 |
|The world is my classroom, Therefore I am in school year round|
| 17759 - Réponse de Laura160 (France) - 2017-08-30 |
buenas noches en mexico, buscando amigos de argentina para un proyecto de escuela alguien que me quiera apoyar en intercambiar culturas
Should kids that independently homeschooled be able to participate in public or private school athletics? In the US citizens also pay taxes for public schools. Do you think homeschooled families should not have to pay taxes for public schools or at least receive the benefits of their tax? Is homeschooling using public school curriculum and teachers truly homeschooling? I personally don't think so and would like to here your opinion. What do think of when you hear the word or see someone 'homeschooled'?
| 17585 - Réponse de guest229 (europe) - 2017-06-27 |
|Americans are not aware of many "global" things ) But yes, in Europe, many things are very different, very different. You can read about it and discover the world is much different than American medias do portray them. Yes, in Germany, parents get fined or can even go to jail for home-schooling their children and in many other countries, homeschooling is illegal as well.|
| 17583 - Réponse de Korla10 , 15 ans (USA) - 2017-06-26 |
|I did not know that. Parents persecuted as criminals! Wowzers! Some cities in the United States do not allow parents to homeschool their children.|
| 17582 - Réponse de guest229 (europe) - 2017-06-24 |
|You know, in Germany homeschooling is banned by the law and parents who try to homeschool their children are legally persecuted as criminals...|
In my college ,our teacher make the different class for the different levels. Then in normal times ,the more great class' test is harder than the poor class .Yeah ,I do not deny it ,but I can not agree they take the normal scores to the final transcipt. It is not fair .Because maybe the finally the poor students scores are close the great one , even higher .How irony it is! Also, someone retake course for renew the not satisfied scores and someone just because too poor to through the first text .But many teachers do not attention that, they always give the final scores at will ,and almost do not look the examination paper .
Is rigth? Yeah ,you make more people can graudate, but it is useful, they still poor. And the others can not find the good one through the transcipt .
Are you face that in your country? What do you think about it? Tell me your opion ,let us discuss !
| 18422 - Réponse de thais238 , 12 ans (france ) - 2020-07-22 |
|I am a 12-year-old French college student and I have never had any grade or ranking at school
I think the note never encouraged people to work well. A good student often works to get good grades, and is not always interested in teachers' comments on their copy. then the notes create demotivating hierarchies
| 17149 - Réponse de irbah78 , 17 ans (Malaysia) - 2016-12-27 |
|Maybe from a teacher's perspective, they wanted to help the students score for a better future. But truth be told, in a student's perspective, it is not fair at all. This sometimes happened in my school years. Cheating, leaked questions are those of the things that i hated.|| |