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Author:  szigetva [ Wed Jan 19, 2005 2:37 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Velich

clarika wrote:
Oh, yes, thank you, I searched for it with in the "course material" section...
K

That's the obvious place, of course, but teachers are just humans too. :wink:

Author:  clarika [ Wed Jan 19, 2005 2:02 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Velich

szigetva wrote:
clarika wrote:
ps. although planned, handouts are NOT on the Internet

She has put up pretty much stuff as her spring course description. It looks like a handout. Have a look.


Oh, yes, thank you, I searched for it with in the "course material" section...
K

Author:  Cpt. Zsöci [ Tue Jan 18, 2005 12:58 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Velich

clarika wrote:
Hi,

I attended almost all Velich lectures but she said that it is worthless studying from your notes since she is asking Roberts&Roberts and the handouts (plus the Frank-Magyarics quotes that are available in the fénymásoló behind Dürer), so you might want to study from those...



Strange, she mentions only the other reading (McDowall) in her handouts...

Author:  Cpt. Zsöci [ Tue Jan 18, 2005 12:52 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: ANN-235 notes

haramati wrote:
Cpt. Zsöci wrote:
I would be more than grateful if someone could provide me some copies of his/her notes taken on the American literature 2 (Amerikai irodalomtörténet 2) lectures by Bán Zsófia for mine have been most rudely stolen.
I am sorry for saying this so complicated but i really hope everyone understood it.


I have some lecture-notes, and got a 5
drop a mail, and we can meet :)


I would have dropped you a mail but since your address is not visible this was not possible for me. The fact is that i should be writing this exam at the very moment but due to some unforseen inconvieniences i was (am) not able to attend it...
The next (and last) session is not good for me either so i guess i have to take this exam in the spring semester.
Nevertheless i am grateful for your kind offer :D

Author:  Cpt. Zsöci [ Tue Jan 18, 2005 12:44 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Velich

You were absolutely right. It was most lame of me not to check it there. Thanks for the tip.


szigetva wrote:
clarika wrote:
ps. although planned, handouts are NOT on the Internet

She has put up pretty much stuff as her spring course description. It looks like a handout. Have a look.

Author:  haramati [ Sun Jan 16, 2005 10:56 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: ANN-235 notes

Cpt. Zsöci wrote:
I would be more than grateful if someone could provide me some copies of his/her notes taken on the American literature 2 (Amerikai irodalomtörténet 2) lectures by Bán Zsófia for mine have been most rudely stolen.
I am sorry for saying this so complicated but i really hope everyone understood it.


I have some lecture-notes, and got a 5
drop a mail, and we can meet :)

Author:  szigetva [ Sun Jan 16, 2005 7:17 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Velich

clarika wrote:
ps. although planned, handouts are NOT on the Internet

She has put up pretty much stuff as her spring course description. It looks like a handout. Have a look.

Author:  clarika [ Sun Jan 16, 2005 6:18 pm ]
Post subject:  Velich

Hi,

Quote:
I almost forgot. The same goes for ANN-221 History of England 1 (Anglia története 1) by Velich Andrea (although I would be satisfied with notes taken on Mr. Lojkó's lectures too) since they were in the same bag...

I attended almost all Velich lectures but she said that it is worthless studying from your notes since she is asking Roberts&Roberts and the handouts (plus the Frank-Magyarics quotes that are available in the fénymásoló behind Dürer), so you might want to study from those...

ps. although planned, handouts are NOT on the Internet so you might want to ask for those. Unfortunately I have already gave them away...

Author:  Cpt. Zsöci [ Sat Jan 15, 2005 8:21 pm ]
Post subject:  ANN-221 History of England 1 (Anglia története 1)

I almost forgot. The same goes for ANN-221 History of England 1 (Anglia története 1) by Velich Andrea (although I would be satisfied with notes taken on Mr. Lojkó's lectures too) since they were in the same bag....

Author:  Cpt. Zsöci [ Sat Jan 15, 2005 8:16 pm ]
Post subject:  ANN-235 notes

I would be more than grateful if someone could provide me some copies of his/her notes taken on the American literature 2 (Amerikai irodalomtörténet 2) lectures by Bán Zsófia for mine have been most rudely stolen.
I am sorry for saying this so complicated but i really hope everyone understood it.

Thanks in advance.

cptzsöci

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