Servas, Grias eich!
I haß (ß=s) Antonia, kum aus Waizenkirchen des is in Österreich und bin zwang Joa alt.
I bin a EFD-Freiwilligen bei Peder Morset bis zum Sommer 2017. I bin zum ersten moi in Norwegen und bis jz daugts ma a (obgsehn vom Essen, do hobts es a ganz andare Vorstellung von was guat schmeckt ois wie wir Österreicherinnen, oba i glaub an des gwehn i mi scho nu). Bevor i do herkuma bin, hob i Kultur- und Sozialanthropologie an da Uni Wien studiert. Ursprüngli kum i aus ana Gemeinde de circa so groß is wie Selbu, de haßt Waizenkirchen und liegt in Oberösterreich. I hob dort mit meim Bruada Jakob (18) und meinen Eltern glebt bis i vor einem Joa noch Wien zogen bin.
The language I have used is called «Mundart» but don’t worry I’ve translated it so everybody can understand.
Hei! Jeg heter Antonia, kommer fra Waizenkirchen i Østerrike og er 20 år gamle.
I am an EVS-volunteer at Peder Morset until the summer 2017. This is the first time, that I am in Norway and I enjoy it a lot so far (except of the food, you guys have a very diffrent definition of delicious than the Austrians, but I think I to get use to that). Before I came here, I studied Cultural- and Socialanthropology at the University of Vienna. Originally I come from a commune as small as Selbu, it is called Waizenkirchen and situated in an area called Upper Austria. I used to live there with my brother Jakob (18) and my parents Anton and Maria until I moved to Vienna one year ago.
For those who don’t know: I am in Flexi, which I really enjoy and still hope that I can stay there after Christmas. My valgfag is the Norwegian Course with Jon-Arild (yes I have lessons and still don’t understand as much as I would like to but I am working on that…) and Teambuilding.
Last week I have been to Balestrand at an On-Arrival-Seminar for Volunteers in Norway, which was quite nice, but when I came back I realized, that this here already feels like home to me and I have missed the school and the people here during the week.