I am going to *try* to get into the habit of writing some posts in French before each test, using the vocab and grammar from the unit. I write a
Husband arrived in Berlin the day after my program ended so that we could spend a week just enjoying Berlin together. Originally, we’d thought to go to Copenhagen for a
Wishing I were on a #train in #europe right now. #prahatoberlin #memories #summer #bahnhof A post shared by Nikki (@uneflaneuseamericaine) on Aug 15, 2017 at 8:31am PDT
I The Plan I went into this project wanting to study Arabic graffiti in Berlin. Having learned the Arabic language for the past year (with another year ahead), I’ve not
I’ve got many, many thoughts to unpack regarding my month in Berlin but for now, a couple notes: I didn’t fall madly in love with Berlin as I thought I
There are many aspects – sense-wise – that have been fairly universal in my European travels over the years. There’s certain smells or sensations that have been imprinted on me
Another post in my effort to write something in Arabic every day*. (In other news: I’ve gotten quite proficient at switching back and forth from the English to Arabic keyboard.
I have just completed a full academic year of Arabic. !ممتاز I’ve been timid about writing a lot in Arabic, except when we have to write short essays and compositions
I had been immersing myself pretty hard into German last Summer and had planned to keep going. But then I made a fairly spontaneous (and pretty fortuitous) decision to jump
This will be the link to all of my thoughts and posts regarding the UW Berlin Honors 2017 Study Abroad Program: Negotiating Identities and Mediating Communities. Stay tuned!