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Back to THE SPANISH VERB A verb in Spanish must have one of three endings in the infinitive: '...ar', '...er', '...ir'. What is significant here is that the '...ir' and '...er' verb endings of regular verbs are identical in nearly all tenses and moods with very few exceptions. Look for these exceptions (marked in red) rather then learn the two groups separately. I've marked the Future Subjunctive with an *. This tense is nowadays only found in literature and legal language.
Beginner level The student understands some words and expressions, but does not master the foreign language. Elementary level (level A1*) The student understands simple sentences, instructions and descriptions used in everyday life, but only uses isolated words and expressions, in incomplete sentences, without real grammatical content. Upper elementary level (level A1-A2*) The student masters certain example sentences and knows how to write them, but can hardly understand everyday language. Responds with school language with simple turns of phrase.
SER and ESTAR -- One more explanation Like their English translation (to be), ser and estar are linking verbs. One way to tell which of these verbs to use is by looking at what the verb links together .
I never liked Train much until I heard ‘Hey Soul Sister’ – this song though … it’s awesome! Out of every list that I took a look at for this post, this was always number 1 on the wedding songs for 2011 chart toppers. After listening to it, I have to say that this might be my wedding song!
1. Old Buttons Repurpose spare buttons by using them to keep pairs of earrings together: Most buttons have at least two holes in them, so simply place an earring in each opening to neatly store when not wearing. Photo: Jupiter Images 2.
Hello U-Create readers! I am so excited to be guest posting here today. It just so happens to be my first guest post and I'm still a little shocked that it's here at Ucreate, one of my favorite blogs! A little bit about me.. I'm from a little town called Keller, Texas. I'm a junior at Texas A&M University (whoop!).
How To: Give your old t-shirts a second life. Sorry dust rag pile! photos: kirsten for we heart this I love using simple materials to make something fun and innovative.
1 drink if: * anyone is awarded points * Hagrid talks about a magical creature * Harry is mistreated by the Dursley's * someone casts a spell * Madame Hooch is on screen * a flame of any sort is in the shot * Draco sneers at anyone * we see any of the house Common Rooms 2 drinks if: * points are taken away * Neville does or says something stupid * a character's pet is mentioned by name * Professor Flitwick is on screen * Professor McGonnagal says "Potter" * Crabb or Goyle are on screen * Draco says "Mudblood" * Harry is on a broom 3 drinks if:
Okay, I admit it. I have become a little hair lazy since this pregnancy really started kicking in. I am tired and nauseous and none of that equals me wanting to make myself beautiful in the morning.
photos by: Kathleen Bly post designed by kristin ess Mad love for our first guest post winner, Taylor Nick !!! I am fully obsessed with this bohemian-inspired-braided-goodness! Even though Taylor had some SERIOUS competition, there’s no doubt that this little lady took the cake in our hair tutorial contest. She created a beautiful, textured, easy hairstyle that will work with almost any hair type.
Okay, so we’re only three weeks in to this whole thing and I’m already showing you a tame look after I totally promised some of you that I’d do a newsprint nail tutorial this week. Newsprint we can do next week, but for right now I wanted/needed a manicure by a professional. As I told you in the first “Get Yo’ Nails Did”, it’s important to include real manicures in your nail routine if you’re not comfortable cutting your cuticles and getting into the real work at home.
photo/post/graphic design: Kristin Ess One of my all time favorite hairstyles for a wedding or for red carpet is the most super simple chic chignon (say that 3 times fast!). In this tutorial we show future brides and bridesmaids alike how to keep their hair out of the way while maintaining a timeless, classic look for any event. This is one of those updos that really allows you to focus on the dress, accessories and overall beauty instead of being a major focal point.
Salty and sweet. Crunchy and melt-in-your-mouth. Peanut butter and chocolate. Dangerous and delicious (you know what I mean).
There’s something about layer cakes that always brings me great comfort–from both making them and eating them. To me, layer cakes are baked bliss, truly. Don’t get me wrong, cupcakes are wonderful; cupcakes are sweet; cupcakes are darling (and perky), but they just aren’t layer cakes. Perhaps part of the glory of layer cakes is the intrigue of what’s beneath all of that swirled frosting, or the wonder of what fills the stacked layers under a perfectly composed exterior. Ever notice how layer cakes will offer one or two little hints as to what’s inside, without giving too much away? Think about a beautifully frosted pink cake with a few white sprinkles and a single strawberry on top: one could imagine that there are layers of vanilla cake inside with possible alternating layers of sweet pink strawberry cake, or maybe even layer up on layer of strawberry cake with fresh strawberry jam in between.
Infusing vodka with Skittles is a very popular trend right now. There are a couple of different ways to do it. My way involves separating all the Skittles into their separate flavors and making five different bottles of Skittles vodka. For this project, you’ll need: One 1.75 liter bottle of vodka (I used Stoli – you don’t need the most expensive vodka, but do avoid the cheap ones) Five 8.5 ounce flasks or bottles (buy them from Amazon – here’s another that looks like a retro milk jug .