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#138 - suikerpapa ONLINE
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(01/07/2014) [-]
Here in the Netherlands, you can learn French, German, English, Chinese, Spanish, Japanese, and Italian in a lot of high schools. For once I am proud of my country
#170 to #138 - fjponythread
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(01/07/2014) [-]
And here in Slovakia we can only English in High School    
I want to learn Japanese so I can play Japanese import games
And here in Slovakia we can only English in High School
I want to learn Japanese so I can play Japanese import games
#178 to #170 - larfang
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(01/07/2014) [-]
Same in my area of Germany, that and the fact a lot of American military bases here in the area as well.
#183 to #178 - fjponythread
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(01/07/2014) [-]
Also I like your avatar
#182 to #178 - fjponythread
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(01/07/2014) [-]
The Slovak school system is a complete garbage though   
I go to electronic engineering high school and we use equipment from 90s    
Basically if you want a proper education you will have to go to a private school where you have to pay 250 Eur every month    
This is another reason why I hate this country with burning passion and would nuke it from orbit if I had the chance
The Slovak school system is a complete garbage though
I go to electronic engineering high school and we use equipment from 90s
Basically if you want a proper education you will have to go to a private school where you have to pay 250 Eur every month
This is another reason why I hate this country with burning passion and would nuke it from orbit if I had the chance
#184 to #182 - larfang
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(01/07/2014) [-]
Damn that sucks. Here in Germany you have 3 different high schools which you go to based off of how well you did and other skills from your schooling before. So basically if you want to be a doctor, but your skill set and grades say you're more of a carpenter, sucks to be you cause you're going to the ****** school. Luckily, I went to school on the American base so I never ran into this problem.    
   
Just remember though, your school system is still probably better than America's. A lot of their private schools can cost thousands of dollars each year (had a friend go to one costing 10,000 a year)     
   
And thank you! A friend had made it for me a while ago so I continue to use it for them. Here have this cat gif for my thanks.
Damn that sucks. Here in Germany you have 3 different high schools which you go to based off of how well you did and other skills from your schooling before. So basically if you want to be a doctor, but your skill set and grades say you're more of a carpenter, sucks to be you cause you're going to the ****** school. Luckily, I went to school on the American base so I never ran into this problem.

Just remember though, your school system is still probably better than America's. A lot of their private schools can cost thousands of dollars each year (had a friend go to one costing 10,000 a year)

And thank you! A friend had made it for me a while ago so I continue to use it for them. Here have this cat gif for my thanks.




#187 to #184 - fjponythread
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(01/07/2014) [-]
It might be better than America's school system but the government has been doing massive changes in the school system that is basically putting Slovak students on the American's knowledge standards
It might be better than America's school system but the government has been doing massive changes in the school system that is basically putting Slovak students on the American's knowledge standards
#188 to #187 - larfang
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(01/07/2014) [-]
Oh god I'm so sorry, I will hope that there will be something to stop this from happening.
#169 to #138 - frankpolard
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(01/07/2014) [-]
yeah, but the dutch mix those languages together to one
yeah, but the dutch mix those languages together to one
#168 to #138 - megatrollinator
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(01/07/2014) [-]
The only options I was given here in England were French and Spanish. I wanted to learn Japanese
#172 to #168 - sairajayn
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(01/07/2014) [-]
My school in England offered French, Spanish, Italian and German.
I got A for gcse German.. I desperately want to learn Welsh
#166 to #138 - toastedspikes
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(01/07/2014) [-]
Hoi. Heb je goedkope wiet?
#149 to #138 - dandyhandy **User deleted account**
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(01/07/2014) [-]
Same with my school in the US, except they also taught Russian. Just because I took two years of Spanish in school doesn't mean I know how to speak it years later with no real-life practice.
#144 to #138 - mrgreatnamess
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(01/07/2014) [-]
Same here
It's not really that special
#141 to #138 - rho
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(01/07/2014) [-]
I've been to plenty of high schools and following in this country, and I have never had the option to learn Chinese, Japanese, Italian or Spanish. What part are you in?
#142 to #141 - suikerpapa ONLINE
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(01/07/2014) [-]
Midwest. My cousing even did a bilingual course in spanish.
A school near mine offers Chinese, I've heard about schools offering japanese, and there were even plans to teach Italian at my school.
#143 to #142 - rho
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(01/07/2014) [-]
I wasn't aware of that. I could imagine Spanish, but I figured you'd need a dedicated educational path to have Chinese or Japanese as an option. Anyway, thanks.
#139 to #138 - udei
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(01/07/2014) [-]
its the same everywhere, whats your point?