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Not really into things but I sure do love these people and this place. #nouns #favorites #home #mykids

والدليل على ماذكرته في الفيديو قوله تعالى: "أتستبدلون الذي هو أدنى بالذي هو خير" حيث الباء هنا دخلت على السابق أو الملغي.

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Last selfie I took in NY. Miss the North! But this 80 degree I'm kinda cool with for the moment. #NewYork #Pratt #Brooklyn #Nouns

My favourite little person in the whole world. #Nouns

A rose is a rose is a rose #nouns #aroseisarose #stitches

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ο σκύλος (noun, masculine, singular) - (the) dog (pronounced as [o skilos] with the accent on the first syllable)

η γάτα (noun, feminine, singular) - (the) cat (pronounced as [i gata] with the accent on the first syllable and a soft -g sound)

Any questions? Happy learning!

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Всем известны английские неправильные глаголы, и сколько с ними бывает мороки, особенно на ранней стадии изучения. Однако и некоторые английские существительные могут доставить немало хлопот. Я говорю о существительных, у которых совпадают формы единственного и множественного числа или (в некоторых случаях) существует альтернативная форма множественного числа. Рассмотрим некоторые примеры:
SHEEP (овца, -ы). Считать овец нужно правильно: One sheep, two sheep, three sheep…
DEER (олень, -и) – если вам вдруг захотелось посчитать на сон грядущий не овец, а, скажем, оленей, тут главное не войти в соблазн и не прибавить пресловутое –s в конце слова, ведь DEER также не изменяется по числам
MOOSE (лось, -и) – американский лось в его англоязычном эквиваленте тоже по числам не изменяется, как, кстати, и бизон:
BISON (бизон, -ы):The bison were grazing in the distance. – Вдалеке паслись бизоны.
FISH (рыба, -ы) – вот уж от кого, а от рыбы такой, извините, «подлянки» в виде неправильной формы множественного числа, мало кто ожидает. Спокойствие! У слова FISH два варианта множественного числа, одно из которых – FISHES, как и у слова SHRIMP (креветка, -и; мн.ч. shrimp(s)) и некоторых видов рыб, например, TROUT (форель) – мн.ч. trout(s)
Вообще, что касается разновидностей рыб, многие из их названий имеют нерегулярную форму множественного числа, например: SALMON (лосось), COD (треска), CARP (карп, -ы). Зайдём с другой стороны:
SERIES (серия, -и) – мн. и ед. формы числа совпадают: series of scandals — серия скандалов
OFFSPRING (отпрыск, -и) – та же история: The fox gave birth to five offspring. – Лиса родила пятерых детёнышей.
MEANS (способ, -ы): The move is a means to fight crime... – Этот шаг – способ борьбы с преступностью (преступлением)
Важно запомнить, что слова AIRCRAFT, SPACECRAFT и прочие «крафты» имеют одинаковую форму единственного и множественного числа: There are two aircraft prepared for landing. – Два воздушных судна готовы к посадке.
Выходит, английские существительные не менее коварны, чем английские неправильные глаголы! #multilinguapro #nouns #verbs #fish #salmon #offspring

"If you fell outward to the limit of the universe, would you find a board fence and signs reading DEAD END? No. You might find something hard and rounded, as the chick must see the egg from the inside. And if you should peck through that shell (or find a door), what great and torrential light might shine through your opening at the end of space? Might you look through and discover our entire universe is but part of one atom on a blade of grass? Might you be forced to think that by burning a twig you incinerate an eternity of eternities? That existence rises not to one infinite but to an infinity of them?" - Stephen King
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Not really into things but I sure do love these people and this place. #nouns #favorites #home #mykids

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This week, I'm adding 5 new words to the lexicon under 3 Ayvarith words! Since I'm preparing (well, prepared) for the display of two of my metallic prints in an exhibition next Monday, I've decided to add some words related to Exhibitions and Expos. All the words here are actually derived and constructed from a single verb that existed already in the lexicon long ago: (to show) [ąawar].
First, the verb (to exhibit) [ąawran]. It is a common practice for me to derive a 4-letter verb root from a 3-letter which has a parallel meaning somewhat.
Secondly, the word for (Exhibition) and likewise (Expo), which comes from the previous verb: [ąawránah]. Notice here that this word is used to note the activity itself and not the place.
Finally, (Gallery) or (Showroom), and this word is to be used to note the place of the exhibition itself (or any kind of showrooms, from arts to cars): [bét ąawrán]. The word [bét] is commonly used to note places (even within the human body: [bét xaklá] = stomach). Meanwhile, the word [ąawrán] is originally derived from the verb (to show) [ąawar] and it did exist in the lexicon before, meaning (a show of something), i.e. the activity of showing something. I had to make a distinction though between (exhibition) and (show), as the former is supposedly dedicated to the display of an object, while the latter is a general concept (e.g. theater show). .
#expo #exhibition #gallery #showroom #show #new #words #nouns #masculine #conlang #fantasy #conscript #language #ayvarith #arabic #aramaic #syriac #hebrew #week #weekly

This week, I'm adding 5 new words to the lexicon under 3 Ayvarith words! Since I'm preparing (well, prepared) for the display of two of my metallic prints in an exhibition next Monday, I've decided to add some words related to Exhibitions and Expos. All the words here are actually derived and constructed from a single verb that existed already in the lexicon long ago: (to show) [ąawar].
First, the verb (to exhibit) [ąawran]. It is a common practice for me to derive a 4-letter verb root from a 3-letter which has a parallel meaning somewhat.
Secondly, the word for (Exhibition) and likewise (Expo), which comes from the previous verb: [ąawránah]. Notice here that this word is used to note the activity itself and not the place.
Finally, (Gallery) or (Showroom), and this word is to be used to note the place of the exhibition itself (or any kind of showrooms, from arts to cars): [bét ąawrán]. The word [bét] is commonly used to note places (even within the human body: [bét xaklá] = stomach). Meanwhile, the word [ąawrán] is originally derived from the verb (to show) [ąawar] and it did exist in the lexicon before, meaning (a show of something), i.e. the activity of showing something. I had to make a distinction though between (exhibition) and (show), as the former is supposedly dedicated to the display of an object, while the latter is a general concept (e.g. theater show). .
#expo #exhibition #gallery #showroom #show #new #words #nouns #masculine #conlang #fantasy #conscript #language #ayvarith #arabic #aramaic #syriac #hebrew #week #weekly

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