Thursday, April 14, 2011


The problem with not having the internet at home is that when you suddenly find yourself in the well-connected 21st century you get a bit over-excited. I do, anway. Hotmail, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, streaming websites for (Glee, Gossip Girl, Ugly Betty) Couchsurfing, Spotify, jobsearch websites, the BBC, friends' blogs, strangers' blogs, brother's new music, old photos... and still never quite getting round to -shudder- online banking.
I ws meant to be studying.
To my credit, I have finished Section One in Grammar. (woop!) But in the part where they teach you how to teach all the grammar you've learned, I've got stuck. They seem to think it's necessary to learn (and presumably teach) the phonemic alphabet. And what is it? Gobbledegook.

ˈɡɒb ə ldɪˌɡuːk

1 comment:

  1. Haha, Mairi! Love it. You just confessed what most of us all do when we meant to be doing something else... at least you have an excuse of not having internet all the time! Love ya...going to keep checking out your latest...