Monday, January 23, 2006

Ich hasse Hausaufgaben.*

Patrick: Ja, und du bist nicht der Einzige!**

This evening, whilst trying to further my own internet wheelings and dealings, Patrick asked me if I could help him with one of those crappy word searches that they give to children in schools when they (the teachers) have run out of inspiration or interest.

Tonight we were searching for german verbs. Not such a hard task because the infinitive form of all german verbs ends in 'en'. For some reason, I managed to find about 10 words after the resident "german expert" found all that he could. I think that if I could refrain from punching his teacher (Herr Knobend), I might be a good 6. Klässler (sixth grader).

Who knew? Which class would you go back to and warum (why)?

* I hate homework
** Yes, and you're not the only one!

7 comments:

Heather said...

I think I was at my absolute happiest in school when I was about 7 - it all seemed a lot of fun then. We got to read lovely things, hear stories and it did seem like we spent a lot of time making things and playing - now I realise it was excellent,dedicated teaching.

gomad.ch said...

Verbs! And I thought, it's this issue that's supposed to be covered by biology class...

Ms Mac said...

I think I'd go back to German class. Boring but true! Although... I did have a crush on my English teacher when I was 16.....

mr. mac said...

I would have taught you a thing or two at 16, Ms. Mac! Or would you have taught me?!?!

gomad.ch said...

Are you both of the same young age or who at 16?

I like only classes about things, I have no idea of. Because I still know all of the stuff I've ever learnt, there is nothing to go back for...

mr. mac said...

really gomad??? Everything you ever learnt?!?!?

You have painted a disturbing picture for me now - perhaps I will be the teacher and Ms. Mac will be the innocent but inquisitive 16 year old school girl. It's not wrong if it's your wife, is it?

Antipodeesse said...

My fave class was sex ed. Oh! and smoking behind the tennis courts.