Budući da se Evropski dan jezika obilježava 26. septembra, profesorica Sanja Avramović ponudila je svoje učenike da osmisle radionicu kojom bi skrenuli pažnju na značaj govorenja više jezika, na bogatstvo i prednosti koje pojedinac ima kada zna i koristi nekoliko jezika.
Prijedlog koji se dopao većini učenika bio je radionica na temu: „Višejezička učionica“. Radionica je održana u okviru redovnog časa, a „gosti“ časa bili su učenici iz različitih odjeljenja kojima crnogorski jezik nije maternji. Intervjue sa gostima – učenicima vodila je Željka Drinčić, takođe učenica naše Škole, odjeljenje IV1. Između ostalog, razgovarali su o tome kako su se snašli u stranoj zemlji, koliko im je vremena trebalo da nauče naš jezik, šta im se sviđa u našoj kulturi, po čemu smo slični, u čemu se razlikujemo…
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Danilo John Clements – speaks English and Montenegrin (class 3a, Marine Engineering department)
Born in England, lived there until the age of 6. Started attending primary school in Kotor, couldn’t say a word of Montenegrin. It took him three months to start speaking to his classmates.
What does he like about Montenegro? – Girls! He says that girls in Montenegro are much prettier than girls in Britain and that’s why he’s happy to speak our language, even though he finds our grammar difficult.
He also likes food and beaches of Montenegro but still doesn’t like our coffee.
Sergey Gorbatov – speaks Russian, Serbian and English (class IVb, Nautical dept.)
Born in Russia, finished primary school there. Arrived in Montenegro at the age of 16 when he started attending Maritime school. It took him two months to learn Serbian language. He also speaks English very well.
He likes our climate, the sea, beaches, food (šopska salata J), he used to like tea alot, but likes coffee now, just like a real Montenegrin. He has a lot of friends here and talks to them in Montenegrin but he mostly thinks in Russian.
Predrag Brajević – Speaks Serbian, Russian and English (class IV-1, Logistics dept.)
Born in Russia, lived there until the age of 6. Started primary school in Montenegro. He could speak Serbian but started to forget Russian. He started learning English at school. However, he has a lot of opportunities to speak Russian in Budva so he hasn’t forgotten his Russian after all.
Artemii Soloviov- speaks Russian,Ukrainian,Serbian and English (class IIb, Nautical dept.)
Born in Ukraine but speaks and thinks in Russian. Arrived in Montenegro as a teenager and it took him about six months to learn our language.
Artemii likes the climate, the beaches, diving; he also likes girls and food. He has a lot of friends here and speaks Montenegrin all the time.
Interviewed by : Željka Drinčić, IV-1 Logistics dept.