As Christmas and New Years not-so-subtly creep up on us, so did my module 2 Danish class slink back into the ether.
At least, that's sort of how it felt.
As needlessly nervous as I was for the exam for module 1, I was equally indifferent to my module 2 exam.
I expected to be in even more of a panic than I was the first time around, but I was so tired the morning of the test and had so much to do to prepare for my audition that night that I just didn't wasn't all that concerned about the test.
Turns out, I didn't need to be all that concerned.
It was a fairly straight-forward event. We started with the listening section, which had 3 small sections where we listened and chose the correct answers. Then it was on to reading. Again, a few short sections where we had to read something brief and determine the right answers. The written portion was almost exactly like the one we practiced with in class: we had to write an email (this time to an old Danish teacher) talking about our new Danish class. And finally, the speaking exam, where I first spoke for a minute or so about what I do in my free time, and then had a dialogue with two classmates about a topic chosen at random. Our topic was "børn," or children.
The teacher gave us our results right after the spoken portion, and it seems that most of the students in the class passed.
I was far too distracted by my impending audition to celebrate.
I'll post an update on how all of that went down once I hear the results.