Jag frågade några av mina elever vad de gör på hösten. Några har svarat vad de tycker om att göra.
Några har nämnt saker de måste göra, men kanske inte alltid tycker om!
I asked some of my students to share their to do / bucket / don’t do enough lists for fall, in Swedish.
One way to help reinforce vocabulary learning is to use both brain halves by making a little sketch in connection to learning the word. You can also draw the word itself (use fancy letters) instead of using your regular handwriting – which I’m sure is fancy though; but you know what I am after!
You find some must-do’s in my drawing.
More activities suggested by my students include:
spela golf – play golf
fixa trädgården – take care of the garden
läsa en bok – read a book
dricka te – have tea
promenera med hundarna i skogen – walk the dogs in the forest
The literal translation of resfeber is travel fever. No; it’s not something you catch from bacteria or a virus when traveling. On the contrary it’s a bug that hits you already while still at home, shortly before leaving. Resfeber is best described as the anticipation and anxiety you feel as you are about to enter your journey.
Welcome to the December challenge! Here is a list of #decemberverb; one verb for each day of the month of December. Your challenge is to learn the verb by somehow illustrating (in a broader sense), acting or demonstrating its meaning. This will help your brain to acquire the new word and to remember it.
This is meant as a challenge for you personally; trying another angle of learning. If you want to please feel free to share some results via e-mail, website or social media, using #decemberverb.
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