Alan T. Fitch
My personal multi-daily diary
Good afternoon, almost
Good afternoon, at least almost.
I had a Zoom meeting, it was registration to make sure everyone was up. I almost missed it! It was 9:01 when I got on. I am glad I saw the time, just in time!
I have a one-to-one with Ms. Sims at 11:30, she sent the email with the link before the call ended half-hour ago to Mark's email. I haven't woken them up yet to tell them, but I will have to inevitably.
I have been doing a bit of German, and attempting to learn to read and write Korean. I found free websites for both of these. I can't show you the Korean I have done (which is barely anything), but here are the numbers one to thirty in German:
Eins, zwei, drei, vier, funf, sechs, sieben, acht, neun, zehn, elf, zwolf, dreizehn, vierzehn, funfzehn, sechzehn, siebzehn, achtzehn, neunzehn, zwanzig, einsundzwanzig, zweiundzwanzig, dreiundzwanzig, vierundzwanzig, funfundzwanzig, sechsundzwanzig, siebenundzwanzig, achtundzwanzig, neunundzwanzig, dreizig.
It carries on just like that for dreizig, vierzig, funfzig, sechszig, siebenzig, achtzig, neunzig. One hundred in German is: Eins hundert.
One-hundred and thirty-two in German is: Eins hundert, zweiunddreizig.
Eight hundred and seventy-six in German is: Acht hundert, sechsundsiebenzig.
And so on. I don't know what a thousand is... yet.
I recently learnt how to say 'where is my sister?' and 'where is my brother?', 'where is my mother?' and 'where is my father?' from the words that I know: Wo ist mein schwester? Wo ist mein bruder? Wo ist mein mutter? Wo ist mein vater?
That is all the German I know. My entry ends here.