Ganbatte is what Madoka says to Homura at the end of PMMM, I know it means do your best but I was trying to make a reference, looking back a tad silly and disconnected one but a reference at that (signs pointing toward me by the way )
No problem, sure there has been other things on your plate besides replying to me.
Hmm so that would mean you are most likely from the Philippines ha? That is pretty cool though, i tried learning Italian in high school and after but I just couldn't get the hang of it. They say its easiest to learn a second language if they start teaching it to you in elementary school cause of how the brain is wired at that time. Trust me, you write and read it better then most native English speakers in America, although English is pretty much a world wide language now so America isn't the best comparison I suppose.
Yeah, well pretty much everything is slowly but surly starting to be run/controlled by computers so it shouldn't come as a surprise that the field has a growing interest. I know at least a couple other people on these forums as well that are in computer science.
I hope so ^(^.^)^ . Yup, still got a ways to go. Thank you! and hey now, you are Sayaka, you are not Godoka
My native language, huh. It's one of my country's national languages, Filipino. That said, I have been learning English since elementary school, so it wasn't really that hard to learn - though I can't claim proficiency on the level of a native speaker, since I still make some mistakes at times; and my skill with it is largely limited to written/typed situations (my skill level with English goes down if I have to speak it orally since people around me rarely use English for casual conversations ).
I am inclined to agree with you that there will be a lot of people soon in the field of computer science. Everyone I talk to says it's a hot/popular field right now. Heck, a friend of mine on MAL (someone from the US) is also a college student taking up Computer Science.
If it was easy, most likely you really did ace it. Good for you! You're in your 2nd year, huh. Well, good luck and ganbatte!
I have actually been marathoning Macross Frontier today on that note
Yeah, gifts usually do hold more meaning then something that you buy with your own money.
I actually didn't notice your languages, what is your native language? From what I hear English is actually considered one of the hardest languages to learn if you are not native to it.
I am actually going for a degree in computer science as well, seems like there is a lot of people in that field or soon will be. I am in my 2nd year right now so I am almost half way, but I play on going past 4 years of college eventually so I am no where near done. Well my final from one of my computer science classes that i took earlier today was super easy and I am pretty sure that I aced it ^(^.^)^
It's a joy to marathon shows when you have a nice stretch of free time available.
I agree with your collection being special. It has more sentimental value for being a gift from a family member than something you just bought from a store.
I do make those kinds of mistakes from time to time, since I'm not even a native English speaker - as you may have seen from my MFC.com profile. I am trying my best, though.
My degree is Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. What are you taking up in college, BTW? Are you close to graduating already? Yeah, I have yet to meet somebody who enjoyed taking finals - or even just midterm exams for that matter.
Yeah, usually when I have free time it comes in mass bulk so I need something to do, marathoning a series is always a fun thing to do with bulks of time.
Thats still pretty cool, I kind of realized I do have a collection of my own, but it is all dragon figures mainly. I kind of forgot cause I don't actually buy them, but its kind of a tradition that I get one every Christmas from my Grandma. Its makes them even more special then just dragons being awesome.
Yeah, I kind of got what you meant but had to take advantage of the bad wording
Thats cool, what did you get your degree in? Oh and I am sure that you did, finals are the bane of all college students after all.