Who goes to Summer classes at Studieskolen?
The overachievers, that's who.
At least, it seems that way.
While the class is supposedly supposed to have 11 people in it, it seems that there are actually only 5-7 students. This is the smallest Danish class I've been in at Studieskolen, and it's nice to be able to have more individual attention.
Like I said, though, the other students in the class are all damn good at Danish. One girl said on the first day that she only reads books in Danish, so her vocabulary is freakin' enormous. One guy (the only guy in our class, other than the teacher) said that he learned Danish at age 16, though I'm still not quite sure why (he's Turkish, and Danish seems like a pretty obscure language to learn in high school). Still another girl has already done module 5.1 once before, so she's got all of the answers in her book already. Not to mention, when I arrived in class this morning I saw her reading the dictionary!
So, I'm feeling a bit behind at the moment.
The good news is, the class is as relaxed as a Summer class should be.
The bad news is that it turns out that our class will be cut short by 2 weeks, as the teacher who was supposed to teach at the end is in the hospital (she's fine, but won't be able to teach, from what I understand).
So, more than ever, I'm glad that I decided in advance to repeat module 5.1 in the Fall, so that I'm sure not to miss anything important.
I'm still annoyed that my own memory for words sucks so much. Anyone have any memory-improving tips?