If you are currently abroad, have studied abroad or will be studying abroad, then here are some phrases that you are, or will become, very familiar with. One of your very own 4E bloggers (moi) is in France for the semester (basic, I know) and here are some very real sentences that my fellow American classmates and I have totally said.
“I found wifi!!!”
“Omg that place sells iced coffee, I haven’t had that in 3 months!”
“I won’t go crazy with my Snapchat story even though I’m spending this weekend in Portugal.”….100 seconds of Snapchats later….
“Hey, I’m bringing a bottle of wine over for dinner. It was only 3 euros (or whatever currency you are using).”
Advice: Never trust wine that is cheaper than water
“I don’t have any work tonight, so let’s go out!” (someone says every night)
“Do you speak English?”
“Is the tap water safe?” (first thing you say to your Airbnb host, after you ask for the wifi password of course)
“Is that what we really sound like?” (you say as you see another group of American abroad students)
Even though #abroadlife is the life, we do miss America and, especially, our fellow Hoyas at Georgetown. Although I may sound like a broken record, anyone who has the opportunity to study abroad, whether it is for a summer, semester or year, should definitely do so!
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