The Versatile Blogger Award

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Thanks to Betty @ Bookish Regards for nominating me. Go check out her blog!

The Rules

Show the award on your blog!
Thank the person that has nominated you! – Thanks!
Share 7 different facts about yourself!
Nominate 15 blogs of your choice!
Link your nominees and let them know of your nomination!

The Facts

For 11 facts about me that are definitely more interesting check out this post. Hence, it was hard to come up with even more.

1 I currently own less than 40 books.
2 I will set alarms for everything in order not to forget about anything.
3 In the linked post with the other facts about me, I shared that I had played piano for six years. I’ve also taken guitar lessons during that time for five years.
4 I have been to around 10 anime/manga conventions here in Austria. I haven’t been to any recently, though.
5 My birthday is in February.
6 I am taking Spanish classes at university, but all of my knowledge so far is very basic (A1).
7 I recently started crocheting again.

The Nominees

Lauren @ Comma Hangover
Inge @ The Belgian Reviewer
Ola @ Ola Reads Books
Kate @ The Nerdy Novelty
Esther @ Chapter Adventures
Abby @ AbbyReads

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16 thoughts on “The Versatile Blogger Award

    1. De nada! Oh I didn’t know, ¡qué guay! I’ve had Latin classes in high school, so a lot of stuff makes a lot of sense, but learning all of the new vocabulary is hard, also some grammar parts and I don’t even know how to do a simple past tense yet let alone anything more serious than that! I love the language, though.

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      1. 😀 I’m glad you love it. What I find very difficult in every languages is the use of prepositions and the gender of nouns, because they usually vary from language to language. But watching TV shows, listening to music, and reading a lot in the language help sort that out sometimes 🙂

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      2. True, prepositions in Spanish are the worst haha! Gender is relatively easy in Spanish, but again, my lengua materna is German, which is quite hard to learn for many. I just checked your About page und ich finde es sehr interessant, dass du ein bisschen Deutsch kannst. Because I just wanted to ask that but now I know! Also, I would love to read Spanish posts (you mentioned that in your about too).

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      3. I was thinking of German when I said the gender of nouns and prepositions lol, I have the hardest time remembering them because they are somewhat different from Spanish and you guys also have neutral, which we don’t haha. I’m glad I understood what you wrote in German because it shows I haven’t forgotten everything 😛 I habe es nicht vergessen! (I probably wrote that all wrong, lol). I want to include Spanish at some point, but I’m not sure how yet.

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      4. Hah, well. I am so glad that it actually is my mother tongue and I just know how to do it instead of having to learn all of that. I think it’s cool that you did! It’s Ich*, but other than that perfectly fine. Very well done! I thought about doing reviews for books that are only available in German in German, but I don’t know if anyone would even bother to read that. Also, I have on review up that is German, it’s for Narziß und Goldmund, if you are interested in taking a look at that.

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      5. Oh natürlich, I also have that problem on my phone, sorry that I didn’t think of that! It’s not that great I think and was for school, you really don’t have to. Have a nice day!

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