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Thomas und Charlotte: Unser Alltag in Troyes


Normalerweise stehe ich um 7:30 Uhr auf und trinke einen Kaffee. Dann fahre ich mit dem Auto zur UTT. Manchmal fahre ich mit dem Fahrrad. Dann lerne ich an der UTT und esse mittags in der Mensa. Oft habe ich vier Stunden lang nichts zu tun, dann lerne ich in der Bibliothek. Am Ende des Tages treffe ich mich mit meinen Freunden und mache Sport wie Judo oder Klettern. Ich komme oft spät nach Hause, so gegen 22 Uhr, also gehe ich ziemlich spät ins Bett.

Am Wochenende spiele ich Videospiele oder mache Sport. Manchmal fahre ich nach Hause, um meine Familie zu besuchen.

Auf dem Foto bin ich. Ich reinige einen Klettergriff. Ich mache das oft, wenn ich klettern gehe. Ich gehe etwa dreimal pro Woche. Aber es ist für das Bouldern nicht für die Route. Ich mag die Route nicht.

I usually get up at 7:30 and have a coffee. Then I drive to UTT by car. Sometimes I go by bike. Then I study at UTT and eat lunch in the canteen. Often I have nothing to do for four hours, then I study in the library. At the end of the day, I meet up with my friends and do sports like judo or climbing. I often get home late, around 10pm, so I go to bed quite late.

At the weekend I play video games or do sports. Sometimes I go home to visit my family.

That’s me in the picture. I’m cleaning a climbing hold. I do this a lot when I go climbing. I go about 3 times a week. But it’s for the bouldering, not for the route. I don’t like the route.


Mein Alltag in Troyes:

Ich wache oft um 7:30. Uhr auf. Ich frûstucke oft um 9:00. Uhr. Ich esse meisten Getreideflocken und trinke immer eine heiße Schokolade um 9:00. Uhr. Um 9:45 gehe ich immer zu Fuß zur Uni. Um 12:00. habe ich Mittagessen in meiner Wohnung. Wenn ich nachmittags Unterricht habe, gehe ich zur Uni. Sonst arbeite ich zu Hause. Ich gehe manchmal in den Supermarkt einkaufen. Ich habe oft Abendessen um 20:00. Uhr. Ich dusche immer nach dem Abendessen. Um 22:00 gehe ich meisten ins Bett und ich lese bis 23:00.

Das Foto ist das Studentenwohnheim, in dem ich wohne. Ich bin im Erdgeschoss. Das Gebäude hat die Form eines Donuts. Es heißt “Harmony”.

I often wake up at 7:30. I often eat breakfast at 9:00. I eat most cereals and always have hot chocolate at 9:00. At 9:45 I always walk to the university. At 12:00. I have lunch at my flat. If I have classes in the afternoon, I walk to the university. Otherwise I work at home. I sometimes go shopping at the supermarket. I often have dinner at 20:00. I always take a shower after dinner. I usually go to bed at 22:00 and I read until 23:00. The photo is the student dormitory where I live. I am on the ground floor. The building is in the shape of a donut. It’s called “Harmony”.

Unsere Gruppe: Gemeinsamkeiten und Unterschiede

Wir haben den gleichen Alltag. Wir wachen auf, essen und studieren. Wir haben nicht jeden Tag die gleichen Unterrichtszeiten, aber Andreas hat jeden Tag die gleichen Unterrichtszeiten. Wir gehen zur Uni, aber Bersu hat einen Fernkurs.

We have the same everyday life. We wake up, eat and study. We don’t have the same class times every day, but Andreas has the same class times every day. We go to university, but Bersu has a correspondence course.


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