But anyways.. Joe & the Juice. I'll be back. Just can't resist the pink cups!!
It's a very neat place to have - seems to be a default meeting spot for international students, at least as of now. Perhaps it's because we don't know of any other places to go quite yet.. and most can navigate this one by now. The photo above is from Wednesday night which was international student night, where we shoved half a dozen tables together trying to fit as many of us in - the place was packed! We all felt very welcomed, so here's a shoutout to the staff at Studenterhuset!
I've never learned so much in such a short period of time! I love it. I had no idea how much I would be learning. We've learned how to have short conversations about your name, where you're from, what you would like at the store, to times of the day and numbers, and sentence structure for asking questions. I haven't even listed half of it. Surprisingly, I'm not finding it too difficult. I'm going to attribute it to the fact that I've heard Danish spoke all my life, so I know how it is supposed to sound and where the emphasis on words tend to go. Which is actually a huge part of it. Danes don't pronounce half of the consonants in their words, and my teacher is definitely stressing the importance of pronunciation.