I have this freaking epic scar on the side of my lip now. Why, you ask? Oh, I was just practicing my French kissing. With a shark.
Kidding. I was in a knife fight.
So I took the ACT this morning (running on very little sleep, having spent Thursday night in the ER). I'm hoping i did okay. I forgot my calculator, so I did the whole thing using just a four-function calculator that they loaned me. Ick. I've mentioned my rampant love for my scientific calculator in the past, so leaving it behind for this important test was kind of depressing.
But anyways, on to the Friday 56. You guys are going to be kind of disappointed this week. I have two books sitting in front of me, and I'm too lazy to go find another one at the moment. I have my AP Psychology textbook, and Webster's New French Dictionary (does that mean that they have words in New French, as opposed to Old French, or that it's a New dictionary?). And for a double-whammy, I'll give you a sentence (or, in the dictionary's case, a word) from each! Think of all the things you'll learn about Psychology and French!
"Tens of billions of neurons, each communicating with thousands of other neurons, yield an ever-changing wiring diagram that dwarfs a powerful computer."
--"Psychology" Ninth Edition by David G, Myers
"Cantankerous [kæn'tæɳkərs] adj acariâtre"
--"Webster's New French Dictionary"
There you have it. Now you know how to call someone cantankerous, in French! Use this knowledge well.