Several years ago I took a tour of a company that made chemicals such as fertilizer, herbicides or pesticides that were sprayed on farm fields. The company tested the runoff to ensure that the critters around the fields, such as ducks, would not be harmed by the chemicals.
latin language 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!
There are still latin words used directly in the English legal dialect. Words like «pro se» (literally, ‘in favor of one’s own self’: If you represent yourself in court, without an attorney, you are said to be acting ‘pro se’) and habeas corpus (literally, ‘you shall have the body’: a writ requiring the body of a person to be brought before a judge or court, especially for investigation of a restraint of a person’s liberty).
quotes in latin In the background, the television anchorman started to talk into a microphone, explaining to his unseen viewers this great new technology, with the eager face of an expert and an uneasy stomach because he was not sure what exactly he was talking about.
We can envision continuing the process across hundreds, thousands, of the chips, associating each with pictures, or a movie, or a sound, or a smell, or even a touch sensation (hot, cold, sharp, soft, etc). Our understanding would expand.
Once you have those in your actual computer document and your mental document, you should re-read them often, use them when you can, and practice cutting and pasting. That way if you are asked to speak at a birthday function you will be prepared, and if you must fill in for a speaker who is absent, you will have something interesting to say. If you use the same well rehearsed ad lib line a lot, admit it and say, «You have all heard me say this often, but it is never more true than today.» The lines rarely are over-used unless you cut and paste in front of the same audience all the time.
We all have a natural tendency to avoid the pain of hard work — we want to put it off and to take what author Robert Fritz calls the «path of least resistance.» And now with email, Facebook, Twitter and other forms of digital distractions we can fill every available minute.