The focus of the first half of our lesson today was emotions - how different feelings are written in Russian. We were reading the list one by one and when the teacher got to me, we were on the word, "OX." I said "okh" but apparently not with enough enthusiasm - for she started repeated it over and over, "Ooookh, ooookh, ooookh." Hehehe. Sorry for those of you who weren't exposed to the Fast Show when Laurie was in Dallas. Inside joke I guess.
Anyway, I found another difference between American and Russian universities. Apparently cheating is a lot more common. We spent the second half of class watching a video and talking about it - it was about a guy "preparing" for an examine (aka - making a cheat sheet). The teacher was asking us - "How do you cheat at home?" My answer - "I can't. The only way to cheat in a literature exam is to copy your neighbor and the teacher is bound to notice when two papers come back exactly the same." Of course, I said this suavely in my broken Russian.
Now I think I'll go to Teremok - world's best blini stand.