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pronunciation | nats-ka-‘shE (nahtzkah-SHEE)Japanese | 懐かしいtip | The final pronunciation doesn’t really have an “oo” sound in it. pronunciation | swon-‘nyA Anonymous asked: What is Zealous? "As she looked, aghast, at the pony that was tethered in her front lawn and munching comfortably on her flowers, she realized how just how alarmingly she’d underestimated his zeal to impress her. 'I did not mean it when I said I wanted a pony,' she explained to him later through gritted teeth. He looked surprised. Zeal is the noun form. Anonymous asked: Hi there! That sounds like a brilliant idea! pronunciation | 'kI-ros (KYE-ross, English); kEr-‘os (keer-OSS, Greek)Greek | καιρόςnote | Kairos is both a rhetorical term for “the opportune moment” (as above) and the word for “weather”. Anonymous asked: make a facebook page for these? You’re welcome! I have Twitter and Pinterest too, if those are more your thing. pronunciation | 'RAs-fA-ber (RACE-fay-ber) Anonymous asked: are you still alive?

Fuck Yeah Character Development! ein fremdwörterbuch Untitled The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows Wörter Blog - Am Anfang stand das Wort Man nennt sie „Wörter-Bilderbücher“ und letztendlich dienen sie, neben dem Spaß an der Sache, nur einem einzigen Zweck: Dem Sprechenlernen. Gezeigt wird in der Regel immer mehr oder weniger das Gleiche: Dinge aus dem Alltag eines Kleinkinds. Denn vom Wiedererkennungswert lebt ein solches Buch schließlich. Und vom Zeichner, hier gibt es nämlich gravierende Unterschiede. Manche scheinen einen Hausrat vor Augen zu haben, der seit Jahren, vielleicht sogar Jahrzehnten nicht mehr in Mode ist und man findet zum Beispiel auch in aktuellen Büchern noch Telefone mit Schnur – schwer verständlich für Einjährige, die heute bereits mit Mamas Handy und Papas Blackberry vertraut sind. Mein erstes Wörterbuch Ein besonders schönes Exemplar aus der Gattung „Wörter-Bilderbücher“ ist „Mein erstes Wörterbuch“ aus dem Hause Ravensburger. Katja Senner: Mein erstes Wörterbuch, Neuauflage Oktober 2010 bei Ravensburger, Preis 9,95. Mein erstes Bilderlexikon Erstes Sprechen mit Fridolin Maus

Writing References and Prompts – Page 1 As a writer, it’s always a good idea to keep a journal. This is an easy way to practice your writing in a relaxing environment, record any ideas which may pop into your head, or keep track of your writing goals. Even if you don’t consider yourself a ‘writer’, journaling or keeping a diary has proven to be very helpful and beneficial to a lot of people, for a lot of different reasons.Journaling can help you relax, help you keep track of your goals, remember important dates and events, and can even help you recover from depression or traumatic events. But if you’re anything like me, it usually feels like there just isn’t enough hours in a day, and you find it hard to keep up with your entries, or are left feeling unsure of how to make the most of your journaling experience, so here are some helpful tips;Find the time to write You’re going to need some point in the day to actually sit down and take the time to write things down.

5 Tips On World Building: Part 1 by ~Droemar on deviantART Creative Writing Prompts Write a scene that includes a character speaking a different language, speaking in a thick accent, or otherwise speaking in a way that is unintelligibe to the other characters. (Note: You don't necessarily need to know the language the character is speaking—be creative with it!) Describe a character's reaction to something without explaining what it is. Write a story or a scene about one character playing a prank on another. Writing Prompt: Write a story that involves confusion over homonyms (words that have the same spelling but different meanings) or homophones (words that sound the same but are spelled differently). For World Storytelling Day, share the best story you've ever heard or told by word of mouth, or have a fictional character recount their favorite story. You're making your way down a cobbled street when a stocky, red-bearded man beckons you into an alley. Pick an item from each column in the chart to create a simile.