And we repeat the process with tables, then with beds, then dressers and the whole range of furniture. We then move to desk items (paper, books, pens, erasers), then to kitchen items, bathroom items, work bench items, then move outside, and on and on.
Merry, Happy, Joyous, Cheerful, Glad… are all synonyms, so they mean the same thing, and they are all adjectives, which means they describe nouns. But only one of them describes the noun Christmas or the noun Birthday. Happy Christmas and Merry Birthday do not exist in North American English, even though the grammar is perfect.
quotes in latin According to author Ammon Shea, “We seem to be under the impression that a small vocabulary is one of those things, like bad teeth or poor manners, that can hold us back.” That’s why, she says, thousands of books and web sites, many of them commercially successful, promise to absolve us of the sin of a puny vocabulary.
The relationship between English and Spanish is so close that there are even learning courses to learn Spanish based on this closeness. They focus primarily on words that are the same in each language, such as ‘actor’, ‘doctor’ and ‘parasol’.
latin language Have you ever noticed that car dealers always ask something like, “how much did you plan to spend per month”? That is not meant to be a friendly introduction, though that is how it comes across. Rather, by design it is a sales technique because the car does not cost $20,000. It only costs $385. That’s it. No strings attached. Just $385… for the next 60 months.
It is said that the Greek language is one of the most difficult languages to learn. That is if you are not fond of reading books. Lawyers would not have trouble learning it, with the number of latin words that are used in most constitutions and most law documents.
Frequently Spanish medical terms use the exact same words as English, only adding an ‘a’ or making other minor changes. Thiamin becomes tiamina, item342835702 melatonin become melatonina, aspirin – aspirina, etc.