NIZ OMG HI ;_;
Det ser ut fantastistk!
I DIDN’T GET TO WATCH IT BECAUSE I AM IN FRANCE ;_;
Ooh, the Swedish and Finnish camps are both lovely, and very near Skogfjorden. Swedish and Danish share a village, but not at the same time.
Hmm, well, I’m turning 19 in September and I’m doing the high school credit program. You normally have to have at least a conversational ability in the target language to be a counselor, but if you wish to study either, I’m sure you can try at some point! You can also try to get a job working in the kitchen if you don’t learn enough.
It really is beautiful. And heck, so is Swedish! I’d like to learn Finnish at some point too…
*dalek voice* EXPLAIN! EXPLAAAAAIN!
I did indeed! It’s an incredibly beneficial experience actually. I learned a LOT more than I thought I would. Before I went, I only knew one or two words in Norwegian, and now I’m almost conversational. I kinda soak up language, though, not to brag haha but I guess I’m a fast learner. To counterbalance that, I’m AWFUL at math and basic algebra baffles me lolol. But anyway, back to the point. The people are all really friendly and the setting is just… great. Totally worth it. If you have any other questions about CLV, just let me know!
PS: What language village are you considering attending?
>implying someone is