Nascida e criada em Portugal. Já morei na Polónia, no Brasil, na República Checa e agora é a Suécia que me acolhe.
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Born and raised Portuguese. I have lived in Poland, Brazil, Czech Republic and now I'm in the beautiful Sweden.
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domingo, 17 de julho de 2016

Learning Swedish #7

At the pharmacy cashier, while waiting for my turn, a second cashier comes and says that if I was paying by card I could pay at her side of the counter.
After a few seconds my brain actually realised that I only had cash. I told her so. She replied, that in that case I would have to wait and pay at the other cashier. Then, I thought that since the pharmacy was inside the supermarket I could probably use the card from the supermarket. I asked her if I could. She said yes. I paid and left. At the door of the pharmacy I stopped and I thought:

That was Swedish!!!!! The whole thing was in Swedish!!!

I had just come out of my class and I was still in Swedish mode, and since it was vocabulary I knew, it felt normal. 

That made me really happy! There's hope!


Estava eu no balcão da farmácia à espera para pagar quando apareceu uma segunda empregada que me disse que seu ia usar cartão podia pagar na caixa dela.
Uns segundos depois percebi que só tinha dinheiro e disse-lhe isso. Sendo assim teria que esperar pela minha vez na outra caixa. Como a farmácia era dentro do supermercado lembrei-me que se calhar podia pagar com o cartão do supermercado. Perguntei-lhe. Ela disse que sim. Paguei e fui-me embora. Ainda à porta da farmácia parei e pensei:

Aquilo era sueco!!!!! A conversa toda foi em sueco!!!

Tinha acabado de sair da minha aula de sueco e ainda estava com o modo sueco activado. Uma vez que na conversa foi usado vocabulário que conhecia, aconteceu tudo muito naturalmente.

Fiquei muito feliz! Afinal ainda há esperança!

4 comentários:

  1. It must have been a wonderful feeling!

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  2. You are starting to think in Swedish which is a good thing, it means you are absorbing the language. Good on you Sara.

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    1. I think it's good too! I still have a lot to improve of course, but it's getting there.

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