French is one of the official languages of the EU. The European Union cannot use all 23 of the languages of its member states for practical purposes, so they have what they call ‘procedural languages’. These languages are mostly used for communication in the EU, and they are German, English and… of course… French. Sign up for an online French course and you will have the chance to learn a language which is at the centre of European politics.
Even though the language descended from Latin, French and Latin are much different from today. That is due to the Germanic Roman Frankish invasion. The German language has more influence than latin language now.
quotes in latin Keep in mind that company names don’t always have to say something about the products or services you sell, some of the most successful business names are fictional ones, think of Skype, Yahoo, Google, Twitter, etc. It should be a name, a brand, and not literally a description of what you sell, for example computer consulting company.
Another example is the word, «cahoots» as in, «They was in cahoots!» The word cahoots comes from the Spanish, «con juntas» meaning in conjunction or (working) together.
I.e., and e.g., are two abbreviations for latin words, and despite what we read all the time by writers who should know better, these two abbreviations mean different things and are not interchangeable! They should be used in the appropriate manner.
Through the study of numbers specifically related to birth dates we can bring buried traits and talents to the surface to enable us to better use what we have available to us during our present earthly lives. We can more easily gain a better understanding into the depths of our unknown thought processes, our true self, and gain a deeper knowledge of our inner motivations in daily life and in our search for our soul mate or twin flame.
Frequently Spanish medical terms use the exact same words as English, only adding an ‘a’ or making other minor changes. Thiamin becomes tiamina, melatonin become melatonina, aspirin — aspirina, etc.