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Posts for October 2007 salud.infoplena.com POR QUE HACER EJERCICIOS PARA LOS MUSCULOS DE LA PELVIS?Ciertos acontecimientos de la vida, como el embarazo, el parto y el tener sobrepeso, pueden debilitar los músculos de la pelvis. Por suerte, cuando esos músculos se debilitan, usted puede fortalecerlos otra vez. Los músculos del suelo de la pelvis son como otros músculos. Ejercitar los músculos del suelo de la pelvis durante cinco minutos tres veces al día puede significar una gran diferencia en el control de la vejiga. La pelvis es la parte del cuerpo que se encuentra entre los huesos de la cadera. Son principalmente dos músculos los que hacen el trabajo. Con tan solo unos minutos de ejercicio diarios, usted puede fortalecer los músculos del suelo de la pelvis. Encuentre los músculos adecuados. El médico, la enfermera o el fisioterapeuta le ayudarán a asegurarse de que está haciendo los ejercicios correctamente. Debe apretar los dos músculos principales que se extienden a lo largo del suelo de la pelvis.

The Ambassador Program - The Program - Page 1 - Wattpad The aim of the program is to encourage a fun and engaged community that support the millions of Wattpadders that read and write here everyday. How It Works: The program has four cycles that last three months each. Each cycle we recruit and train new Ambassadors from all over the world to join the team which is constantly growing. At the end of each cycle, current Ambassadors who do not wish to continue in the role graduate, and move out of the program to become Alumni. Within the program, there are three main teams an Ambassador can choose from, depending on what they are most passionate about doing. The Teams: Content - Passionate about all things content. Engagement - We're all about connecting readers & writers through storytelling, so continuous experimentation and a willingness to try out big ideas and run with it is vital. Community - Being social is a big part in the life of many Wattpadders. What we're looking for: - 16 years and older. Submissions Good Luck!

La Página del Idioma Español El español y la variación intralingüística Por Elvira Cámara Aguilera En este trabajo, se presenta un enfoque del proceso traductológico como acto intercultural en textos de carácter general, centrándose en las distintas variedades lingüísticas del español hacia las que puede verterse un texto en una lengua origen determinada. Con tal fin, se analizan brevemente algunos conceptos como cultura meta y variación intralingüística. 1. El modelo funcionalista de la traducción o teoría del skopos fue introducido por primera vez por Hans J. Cultura meta Mason va más allá y habla de cultura meta, concepto clave en el estudio que aquí abordamos: .. in many cases, ... translators will wish their output to conform to the expectations of users and to be accepted as viable instances of the established practices of the target culture (2000: 18). 2. 2.1 El concepto de equivalencia Nord presenta «el concepto tradicional equivalencista y el concepto funcionalista radical» (conf. ... Tomemos algunos ejemplos:

Preparing Your Nanowrimo Writing Kit | No Wasted Ink Every October I prepare for National Novel Writing Month. Nanowrimo promotes the act of writing 50K words toward the rough draft of a novel. People join together all over the world to support their fellow writers and to help all of us cross the finish line toward success. One of the main things that I do to prepare for the event is to put together a writing kit. I start out my writing kit with a designated bag. Next, I pack in my Alphasmart Neo. I store the Neo in the laptop portion of my bag and I bring along a few accessories to go with it. I bring several paper bound books with me. The final device I like to bring is my iPod Touch with earbuds. All writers have unique items that they like to bring to write-ins during Nanowrimo. Like this: Like Loading...

Aprender idiomas en línea: comunidad de intercambio de idiomas "Mi intercambio de idiomas está funcionando de maravillas." ..."Estamos más que contentos con el intercambio. Gracias por organizarlo todo. - John C., Nueva York, Estados Unidos, 29 de marzo de 2001 "Ha sido una gran experiencia para mí hasta ahora." ..." - Estados Unidos, 29 de marzo de 2001 ..." - Katerina Vallianatos, profesora de inglés como segunda lengua, EE.UU., 1° de enero de 2001 ..." - Paskoila, St-jean (Québec) Canadá, 3 de noviembre de 2001 "Recomiendo su sitio a mis profesores de español y a otros estudiantes. ..." - Niel Smith, Silicon Valley, California, EE.UU., 9 de febrero de 2001 Lea los testimonios completos The Bookshelf Muse: Blogs You Can't live Without Pages Blogs You Can't live Without In my recent contest, I asked entrants to supply the link to other blogs they couldn't live without. So many fabulous blogs were mentioned, I decided to collect them here in one post for easy reference. Posted by Angela Ackerman Email ThisBlogThis! 45 comments: Stina Lindenblatt said... Yay, I follow a lot of those blogs, but there are still a ton more I don't follow . . . yet. June 19, 2010 at 4:31 PM Kristi Helvig said... Thanks for this great reference list -- and for including our blog on it! June 19, 2010 at 4:50 PM Lindsay (a.k.a Isabella) said... Yay, I'm with Stina on following a lot of these blogs already. June 19, 2010 at 5:03 PM Terri said... Angela, this is such a valuable resource. June 19, 2010 at 5:20 PM Ruth Donnelly said... Wow, what a great list! June 19, 2010 at 6:04 PM Renae said... Wow! June 19, 2010 at 7:18 PM Jaleh D said... I guess I forgot to wave a hand for TalkToYoUniverse and The Other Side of the Story. June 19, 2010 at 8:21 PM Excellent!

''Asia Zone'' pronto se relanza como 'BEASIA' » Coffee House: Episodios 1 y 2 A fuerza de intentar decir adiós a Oh My Lady, Coffee House como su reemplazo no viene nada mal. Asi que si quieren empezar a verla ya mismo, aqui les dejo el link en viikii. Veanla y luego pasense por aqui para comentar a gusto ^^. Y recuerden que no debe tardar en salir en el foro Asia Team! Antes de empezar, este es mi tercer intento de comenzar un recap xD, miane!... Resulta realmente dificil expresar con palabras exactas de que va Coffee House, ya que si decimos que trata de la relacion de un escritor con su editora y por otro lado con su asistente nos quedariamos cortos ^^. Park Si Yeon, Kang Ji Hwan y Ham Eun Jung Coffee House definitvamente es parte de una nueva tendencia en comedias romanticas, creo que pocas veces encontramos un drama que no nos pierde la atención en ningún momento, he disfrutado con cada escena, y desde ya sus tres personajes protagonicos se han vuelto mis favoritos. Pero vayamos por partes y centremonos en cada uno de los personajes. Pero absolutamente nada!

The 5 Things You Must Absoutely Know About Your NaNo Novel Before Your Start Writing By Jennifer Blanchard NaNoWriMo is almost upon us. And creative writers everywhere are pulling their notes and ideas together in hopes of writing 50,000 words in 30 days (starting November 1). I was always one to encourage every writer to get out there and write a novel during the month of November. But the biggest problem with NaNoWriMo is that most writers who survive ’til the end and finish their novels don’t end up with a novel they can actually publish. There’s A Better WayWhen you’re attempting to write an entire novel in a very short period of time (30 days) you need to have a plan. There’s a lot of back-and-forth arguments between writers with regard to the story planning process. I still say you have to do what works for you. There’s too much involved in creating a story to fly by the seat of your pants. The Hook—How does your story open? If you know all of the things listed above before November 1, you’re in pretty good shape to write a story that will work.

Have you always wanted to win NaNoWriMo, but just didn’t know how to get started? Did you attempt before, but quit? “The Story Road Map workshop has been incredibly helpful in structuring my work-in-progress. I now have an easy to use plan from which to write, which makes the process so much more enjoyable. Thanks, Jennifer, for sharing a creative way to map out a story!”–J. Waggoner Writing a 50,000-word novel in 30 days is a great idea—in theory. Scary. That’s why most writers either never attempt it or they attempt for a couple weeks, get overwhelmed, decide it’s too hard and quit. Call it fear, call it writer’s block, call it whatever you want. When you have a plan, when you have a direction, it makes the writing process a breeze. And it’s not against the NaNo rules to plan and create an outline beforehand. But how do you create a plan? The Story Road Map A road map tells you everything you need to know. Without a road map you could end up driving in the wrong direction for two days before you realize you were supposed to make that left turn way back when. The same goes with writing your novel. 1. 2.

Getting a Celebrity Interview or (Pardon Me, But I Believe You Dropped This Name) By David William Cabrera July 28, 2004 | printable version Few things impress an editor or publisher more about an article than the prospect of having a quote or interview with a renowned expert within the body of the piece. And if that renowned expert happens to be an A-list celebrity, well my friends, you may have just given your editor a big smile, because nothing catches a reader’s attention like a famous name dropped here and there. Finding Experts Let's say you’re writing an article on Nuclear Fusion. Getting the Dirt If your article entails exposing a fraud or mishandling of a situation, don’t call your interviewee and tell them you are planning an article "to expose your phony baloney business." Hooking Celebritites For celebrity interviews, you can’t just call any celebrity and ask them to comment on a subject you are writing about. I, obviously, don’t know these celebrities personally, and unlike the paparazzi, don’t chase them down for a quote or interview. Another great source is Who Represents.

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