Northern lights, Huskey sledges, and skinny dipping in an ice hole - lots of Erasmus students got to Lapland to experience the perks of a proper winter! K103 tested the trip for you!
Ever wondered what it would be like to be an Onion? No, of course not. Neither did the Erasmus students Jens and Max until they found a spare Onion in their kitchen cupboard and, in a moment of mercy, decided not to eat but to plant it. The little Onion grew into a close friend of theirs and is now trying to adapt to the world of humans, whilst sharing its experiences with us on its blog! K103 did a report on this touching story that has moved people worldwide!
Last saturday we had a guest from Germany in our show. Christine taught us (or more or less Mike, Duncan and Andy since Laura and Steffen are German native-speakers) some useful sentences which you find below.
Laura did an interview with people who demonstrated at Kungsportplatsen. The people were concerned about the climate change. They wants the governments to change their behaviour and to develope a sustainable climate policy.
Furthermore we talked about free student partys and that they are needed because Gothenburg is an unbelievable expensive city. If you know a nice place for going-out which is cheap or, better, free, please tell us so we can announce it in our show.
Remember that you can meet us on Friday in the Student's House at the Glögg Mingle of K103. If you want to know something about your student radio, just come by.
Hello! - Hallo! or Guten Tag! (formal)
My name is … - Ich heiße ...
What's your name? - Wie heißt du?
I'm … years old. - Ich bin ... Jahre alt.
I'm studying in Gothenburg. - Ich studiere in Göteborg.
I'm from ... That's in ... - Ich komme aus Aachen. Das ist in Deutschland.
I'd like to have a beer, please. - Ein Bier, bitte.
Thank you. - Danke.
Good bye! - Tschüss! or Auf Wiedersehen! (formal)
If you want to learn how you build really long words in German watch the youtube video below.
Yesterday we had our first language class in the show. Małgorzata taught us some important sentences in her native language, polish. Below you find these sentences and a few more. For learning the pronounciation listen to our show uploaded on mixcloud soon.
Tune in next saturday for our show and to learn another language!
Hello!: Cześć! Witaj!
My name is …: Mam na imię… Nazywam się…
What's your name?: Jak masz na imię? Jak się nazywasz?
I'm … years old.: Mam … lat.
I'm studying in Gothenburg.: Studiuję w Gothenburgu.
I'm from (name of the city). That's in (name of the country).: Jestem z Katowic. To jest w Polsce.
I'd like to have a beer, please.: Proszę piwo.
Thank you.: Dziękuję Ci. (official) Dzięki! (Thanks!)
Good bye!: Cześć! Pa! (Bye!) Do widzenia! (official – finishing the meeting in ‘real’) Do usłyszenia! (finishing the phone call or on the radio)
Move your tongue…
W Szczebrzeszynie chrząszcz brzmi w trzcinie.
Król Karol kupił Królowej Karolinie korale koloru koralowego.
After the break in summer, the talk show for international students in Gothenburg is on air again. We have a new day and time of our broad-cast: Saturday, 4.00-4.30 p.m. (maybe until 5.00 p.m.).
Also the team in the show is new: Mike is still there, with him there are nowadays Andy, Duncan, Laura and Steffen.
In the upcomming show this weekend we will present you the whole interview we did with Balthazar from Belgium.
Furthermore, we will have our first language lesson with a studio guest from Poland. Listen and try to learn a new language.
Tune in on Saturday, 4.00 p.mp.!
This week we are going to have news, events, swedish lessons and.....special guests !
We will also focus on the good spots to have a barbecue and all the good stuffs going with it.
And unfortunatly it will be also a farewell for some of our members...It was a real pleasure to be with you all every Wednesday ! It's not the end but the beginning of another story
But let's have fun tonight ! :)
So to response of last show were i promised to put out the information i collected about the flea markets in ghotembourg.
We start with the bigger ones:
It is indoor and at 1:a långatan every weekend between 10-15 (Saturday and Sunday)
stallmästaregatan 3 the tramstop Bellevue every weekend between 10-15 (Saturday and Sunday)
Tramstop Kviberg every weekend between 10-15(Saturday and Sunday)
Then they are the ones with the cars, outside and well probably nicer if nice weather.
Next time is the 19-20 may tramstop Botaniska trädgården 11-15
Next time is the 19 may. tramstop Jaegerdorffsplatsen/mariaplan between 9-15
Now to the flea markets were you can sell your stuff without paying a fee for it.
The first one is the 19 may and is called
GÅRDA LOPPIS (search it in Google or facebook to find the event)
It is at Fabriksgatan 44-50 in gårda and the closest tramstops are liseberg/korsvägen/scandinavium
And it is between 11-15.
The last and biggest flea market is the
It is a fleemarket all around Majorna and occurs once every year. All the habitans and everyone else can sell their stuff at majorna. This is the 27 may between 11-17
I am sorry If i put some wrong spelling and I just googled and translated the information so if it is unclear just google the different flee markets :)
Happy buying old but so necessary to have stuff
Listen to us today as usual ... we will give you useful tips about where to find cheap stuff and of course give you news events and a lot of Gothenburg.
Well who needs nice weather and "lilllördag" when you can listen to Strangers in your city today at 21.00 as all wendsdays. Will talk about events, news and probably about some other interesting but irrelevant information.
As you guess, we would love to discuss all these weird habits and we'll see if it differs according to different countries.
Then, as we promessed last week, there will be a new section : the "unexpected-things-you-should-definitely-experienced-in Gothenburg" list. Basically, hidden places or activities in Gothenburg, an exiting treasure hunt !
Finally, our famous Swedish lesson on strange Swedish expressions, sounds like fun !
A Radio Show for the International students in Gothenburg. Music, news, events and everything you need to know for the City! Tune in every Saturday at 16:00 on K103 Göteborgs Studentradio.
Michail Mavromatis (Mike), Steffen Göths, Laura Saxer, Andy Soderberg-Rivkin och Duncan Watt.
Lördagar 16:00 - 17:00