Eh? Now that I checked, true, lol. I already answered a bunch of reviews for that one and actually forgot who all did review and who not. <__<
I know something about busy, since I've worked nearly constantly overtime since I'm back from vacation.
There's still time though, *ggg*, I won't find time to set the new chapter up until Sunday anyways and yep, I know you always read the chapter but save the review for later. ^___^
If that's to stressy though you could also review both chapters in one post, as both deal with Kairi's first arc anyways. ;D
Oh, I'm sorry! I forgot to review the last chapter. :( I promise you that I read it, but I've been so busy with Digital Media stuff that I keep forgetting. The whole section is kinda trying to do a whole revival thing for DM, so I've been busy making tutorials and fulfilling requests at my shop to help out.
Gaw, now I feel bad. :( But I'm excited for the next one. Thank you for telling me about it. I appreciate it. :D And I promise I'll review this time.
Yo, how's going?
Just thought I'd inform that Nov finished proofreading chapter 29 so it's going to be put up this weekend. ;)
Yep, that's right. Many Germans are striving for higher degrees, even people wanting to really study at university has grown pretty much in the last years.
It's a proposed win-win situation for the society here, if many people get good education they can enter better jobs and in the end hold up the German economy on high levels. That's the idea, but since several companies do not want to pay wages high enough for people to actually to be able to live on their own (hence the amount of people staying at their parents above the age of 20 increasing), it doesn't really work out.
Several people also choose to put the important stuff they learned to use abroad in countries who are willing to pay them adequately for all the effort, most liked destinations for that are actually the scandinavian countries Norway, Sweden or Finland. US only comes second. ;P
The new chapter is there...and I dare say it might be a "wham"-episode.
I see. Germany must have a much higher percentage of high school students going into college compared to the U.S, since college is soooooo expensive here. It's nice that a lot of entry fees are covered for you guys, though.
YES! I'm excited for tomorrow now. I'm sure 27 will be awesome. :D
In Germany people are looking very thoroughly into granting a good education for most of the population so that's why the schools themselves are often free. Yet the students have to pay often for their materials like books and tools.
Some exceptions are the universities. In some states there have to be paid entry fees, in some not. It depends which party holds the majority in the state-governments. The socialdemocrats are mostly against entry fees in schools while the conservatives want more of them.
I saw it and answered the reviews as well. ;)
chapter 27 is gotta come tomorrow if I can manage it. I'm used to write in third person, also in German, so I use it practically 90% of the time.
Writing in first person is extremely rare, except when I portray thoughts.
Oh, I see. I wish we had that over here. At least, I don't think we do. Fees for some special schools may be covered by government, but I think you have to pay for most of them.
So, I reviewed the most recent chapter of your story. It was great to read the part a second time. :D Do you usually write in third person over all of your stories, or do you switch off every once and a while to first person?
The school itself costs nothing, only the books and stuff do.
Entry fees in Germany are only for university and dedicated studying, not those special schools who serve as a dual course of schooling and job qualification.
I wonder how much college costs over in Germany? I know you guys have different currency, though, so it's kinda hard to compare. Over here, the cheapest of colleges cost about maybe $17,000 a year. Is it that expensive over there?
Three years, although it was a special school dedicated to IT-stuff. ;)