eine Frage ..
Hallo, a question to all of you:
Actually, I'd firstly just like to thank in advance anyone who does in fact read this, and provides some much-appreciated insight.
I figure it'd be wise just to provide some basic background information as to my current situation, so:
I am currently an academically successfully student in a Canadian high school. I am fluent in English, French, Serbian, Croatian, and I attend daily Latin classes in school.
However, my one true, ultimate goal is to study medicine at Vienna's Medical University, where naturally, all of the courses are offered solely in German.
Therefore, that leaves me with approximately two years and some months to obtain a considerably thorough understanding of the admittedly beautiful language that is German, so that I may... well, successfully pursue what is arguably my greatest goal.
Therefore, my question to all of you- is this a feasible feat for me to accomplish? My native tongue is Serbian/Croatian, meaning that in my lifetime I've had to learn both English and French from scratch- but I was able to with little to no difficulty, hence my consequent fluency in both today.
Any insight, suggestions, etc will be very much appreciated. Thank you for your time, everyone.M 29 abr 2009, 11:15 - Denunciar
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