In the other Samoan district there is an Elder from Tonga going to Samoa. He only spoke Tongan when he got to the MTC so he had to learn English and Samoan. To learn the languages, he'll get a Tongan, Samoan, and English "Preach my Gospel" book, read the Tongan one then the Samoan one and then the English one and will understand it. It's crazy, we can carry out conversations in English and he understands it. I wish that happened to me.
The lessons we've been giving in Samoan with no notes to investigators have been getting better. I just have to memorize so much and I know I wouldn't be able to do it without a lot of prayer. The language is very slowly getting better.
I'm excited for General Conference next weekend because that means no class
for 11 hours. I'll definitely be able to focus more on what the speakers say and I
think it's cool that I'll be in the MTC when it happens.