I was born in Oslo, Norway. Right now I live in Oslo and I go to Sandvika High school. This week has been phenomenal. I have met many people since I started and everyone is very accepting. The subjects that I have are English, Math, Spanish, Science, Geology, Social Studies and Norwegian. all of these subjects are very interesting and a lot of fun although it is quite tough at times. Very soon I am going on a school trip where I will get to know my classmates even better. Even tho I do not know them, I feel like it will get a lot better. My journey has barely begun.
Today, in class we had a class argument. We had to decide on a topic to discuss between two people. The goal of the argument was to persuade the other person. The topic I chose was climate change and I had to have an argument with a guy in my class called Daniel. After arguing for 40 minutes we came to the conclusion that we agreed on a lot of things but not everything. I can’t say I persuaded him but a lot of people in my class agreed with me. He had some good arguments, but not enough to change my mind. I wish him the best of luck in the arguments to come.
My first impression of this book is that it is a very well written book. The book is written with long sentences and a lot of brackets. It has a simple language with a little bit of advanced word every now and then. With some of the words used in this book, it is clearly written for young adults and older. I have only read this book until chapter five and I am already enjoying it a lot. I sincerely hope this book exceeds my expectations.
Today I have been assigned a task which I will gladly accept. I have to read a book then express my opinion of the book. The two choices I have are About a Boy by Nick Hornby or The Absolute True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie. At this moment in time, I have read both short summaries and I have chosen About a Boy. I am about to read the first chapter of the new book I have chosen and hopefully it will live up to my expectations.
Thanks for joining me!
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton