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February 23, 2006 3:44 PM

CNR ist ausgezeichnet! (CNR is great!)

Liebe CNR Studenten,
Learning a different language has many benefits. It is fun and looks good on your resume. Knowing a foreign language is good for you and for international relations.... It can also help you improve your English grammar. It's even helped me read better for other classes. For some majors at Cal, learning a foreign language may be required or highly recommended. Chemistry students often take German, for example.
I am now in my fourth semester of German. (If anybody wants to practice, I'm in 139 Mulford.) I started studying German so that I could study forestry in Germany (where forestry originated) for a semester. But later I decided to minor in it, because after taking a couple of classes in Germany, I would only need to take a couple more here in order to get a minor.
For more information on minors or foreign languages at Cal, see me in the Resource Center Thursdays from 3-4:30.

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