Presentation on theme: "Tuesday in Hungary. The College It took us a while to reach the college, and we had to take a lot of public transport to get there. When we got there,"— Presentation transcript:
The College It took us a while to reach the college, and we had to take a lot of public transport to get there. When we got there, we each divided into our nationality groups and prepared a presentation on our separate Comenius groups and our schools. Tuesday was a European day of languages, and so the college were celebrating with us.
The school games When we had finished. And after a short break, we met some of the Hungarian students and were randomly put into different groups to work as teams with people we had never met before. It was so much fun, and we had lots of laughs with each other. It was a brilliant idea to have such a wide variety of games: Which were: -Karaoke -Grammar tests -Telling jokes -French Twister -No feet game -crossword -poems -guess the word -geography
Opera house After we had eaten lunch, we took the undergroud train to the Opera house, where one person from each group was chosen to take pictures. We had a tour of the house, and learnt about the history of the building.
Shopping When we took the rain back to the city, we were extremely pleased to find that there were many popular shops that we were in fact very familiar with. We took advantage of this and went on a shopping spree’ It was very fun running round the bmall and taking pictures of the slogan T-shrits.
The business meeting Later on in the evening, we arrived at the school, as we were invited to listen and take notes from differnet business mens experiences and advice. Luckily, all the three languages were used (German, English and Hungarian) and so everyone good understand at some point.
…. In our opinion, Tuesday was the most action-packed day of the week, and by the end of the evening we were not even able to remember the morning. Our favourite was the Karaoke singing, as every body laughed so much with each other and had so much fun.
Thank You Finally, we would just like to say a huge thank you to Károly Varsóci, Enik ő Mármaros and Katalin Varga, as without you all we would porbably have just been running around in circles not knowing what to do. We have had an extremely enjoyable time in Hungary, and are very very sad to leave. We wish you the best of luck until we see you again, and hope that you also enjoyed your time with us. Thanks again, Gerg ő Papp, Nikoletta Szalai, Nikita Doll, Deborah Schwemmle, Viktoria Saks and Bella Giovanni