This is why English words of Latin origin are very similar to Spanish words, which makes it relatively easy for English speakers to learn the Spanish Language.
quotes in latin Yup, you too ~ no doubt ~ remember how Donald Duck’s voice was distorted? I Am not certain if this «Work Of Early Cinema Cartoon Art» was created ~ presented ~ via an accomplished «Voice Actor» or by «Electronic Intervention».
I was a retail manager for many years. The greatest pitch offered was a standard refrain, «anything in the store is yours today for just $39.00.» We did not say, «per month». We did not say «forever». We simply said an amount.
French is one of the official languages of the United Nations!Similarly, the UN has six official languages, one of them being French. Learn French and you will know a language of high-level international politics!
latin language I am not a Bible scholar nor have any knowledge of Hebrew. But, did you notice the ‘AH’ that the Lord added to both their names? I am convinced that God has a fantastic sense of humor and, reading it in English, I would like to think he said to Abraham and Sarah: ‘Do you get what I’ve been trying to tell you for years? Now just keep speaking it until it becomes an AHA revelation down in your heart.’ Guess what happened! Every time they called each other, or their many servants addressed them, they didn’t merely turn their heads in response to hearing their name any more! They heard God’s prophetic Word over their lives!
Duke was established in 1838 and is located in Durham, North Carolina, United States. Their shield consists of latin words «Eruditio et Religio» which means «knowledge and Faith». Their emblem consists of a blue colored shield with the letters ‘D’ and ‘U’ and an image of a cross in the middle. The school motto is inscribed on the bottom of the symbol. Blue color represents trust and dependability which makes it the perfect color for an educational institute.
There was one occasion when the guests were Italian. Oh, my, now that was a lot of fun. Fortunately one of the Italians spoke rudimentary french names, so, apart from the noise and the laughter, that made things slightly easier. She had to speak to her family in Italian, try to translate into French for me, then I tried to work out what she had really meant, put it into Greek, with my husband frantically going through the dictionary when my vocabulary failed, and then trying to convey the answer in simple French to the Italian woman who in turn told her family what was going on.