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Where did English come from? - Claire Bowern There are two other TED-Ed lessons related to this topic: How languages evolve and How did English evolve? (a lesson that fills in some of the details that we omit here due to the fact that the focus of this lesson was further in the past). There is still a great deal of debate about Indo-European, most importantly about the location of the homeland. To read more about this debate, there are classic books by Mallory and Renfrew, as well more recent works by Anthony. Then, read these articles by Bouckaert et al. At the same site, watch this movie that shows one hypothesis about how Indo-European languages expanded. To learn more about the distribution of languages across the world, see LL-map or The Ethnologue.

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Glosario de términos de informática (versión 2.2.0) Este glosario puede ser distribuído bajo la licencia para documentación libre de GNU. Se han usado varias fuentes y la valiosa ayuda de un grupo de voluntarios. (si quiere ampliar la definición, de alguna palabra, pulse sobre ella) Términos que comienzan por A: abort: fracaso, interrupción, cancelación, aborto. AC: ver "Alternating Current". AC Drive: Variador. accounting: contabilidad. add-on: añadido, anexo. address: dirección. ADSL: ver "Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line". age: edad, antigüedad. AI: ver "Artificial Intelligence". alias: alias, acceso directo. allocation group: grupo asignado (en el sistema de ficheros/archivos XFS). alphanumeric: alfanumérico. ampersand: y (caracter empleado en programación C para señalar direcciones de memoria, y en html para codificar otros caracteres extraños a la lengua inglesa, del latín ``et'', al). anchor: ancla, áncora, enlace. anti-aliasing: suavizado de bordes, antisolapamiento. API: ver "Application Program Interface". ascender: ascendente.

Cambridge Essential English Dictionary (UK) With short definitions that are easy to understand, this monolingual dictionary is suitable for beginners and pre-intermediate students. Cambridge Essential English Dictionary has all the words and phrases that you need to learn in British English. Select "Essential British English" from the list of dictionaries at the top of any page on Cambridge Dictionaries Online to search this dictionary. Favourite Entries Key Features Understand the meaning Simple definitions using the words that you know. See which words to learn first English Profile symbols tell you the level of the most important words in English: At about, the first sense is marked A1, which tells you that this is a very important sense. Learn how to use the word Thousands of short, natural example sentences: At able, the example shows how to use be able to, as these are words which are often used together. British English Pronunciation Also available as a book Get the Cambridge Essential English Dictionary from Cambridge ELT

Spanish Reflexive Verbs Home / Grammar / Topic Notes: The written lesson is below.Links to quizzes, tests, etc. are to the left. A verb is reflexive when the subject and the object are the same. I wash myself. subject: I verb: wash object: myself Since the subject and object are the same, the verb is reflexive. I wash the car. subject: I verb: wash object: car Since the subject and object are different, the verb is not reflexive. Here's another example of how a verb can be either reflexive or non-reflexive. I scratch myself. subject: I verb: scratch object: myself Since the subject and object are the same, the verb is reflexive. When a verb is reflexive, the infinitive ends in "se." lavar to wash (non-reflexive) lavarse to wash oneself (reflexive) rascar to scratch (non-reflexive) rascarse to scratch oneself (reflexive) There is one reflexive verb you have been using since you began studying Spanish. llamarse - to call oneself ¿Cómo se llama usted? Note: A more "natural" translation would be "What is your name?"

MyMemory - Machine translation meets human translation English to French, Italian, German & Spanish Dictionary - WordReference.com Glosario de informática Inglés-Español Copyright © Jaime Villate, 2000. Este documento es libre. Puede copiarlo, distribuirlo y/o modificarlo bajo los términos de la Licencia GNU Para Documentación Libre, versión 1.1 o cualquier versión posterior publicada por la Free Software Foundation. El objetivo de este glosario no es explicar el significado de los términos de informática usados en inglés, sino dar una lista de sugerencias para su traducción al español. Este glosario es útil para quien ya tiene suficientes conocimientos de informática en inglés; a quienes busquen un glosario que explique el significado de las palabras técnicas de informática en inglés les recomiendo consultar el Glosario básico inglés-español para usuarios de Internet, de Rafael Fernández Calvo (ver bibliografía o el archivo ``fuentes''). Los verbos son indicados por una v entre paréntesis. Abel Lobo Abel R.

Cambridge Essential English Dictionary (US) With short definitions that are easy to understand, this monolingual dictionary is suitable for beginners and pre-intermediate students. Favorite Entries Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary has all the words and phrases that you need to learn in American English. Select "Essential American English" from the list of dictionaries at the top of any page on Cambridge Dictionaries Online to search this dictionary. Key Features Understand the meaning Simple definitions use the words that you know: The definition at accelerate is written to explain the word if you do not already know it. See which words to learn first Clear symbols tell you the level of the most important words in English: At about, the first sense is marked A1, which tells you that this is a very important sense. Learn how to use the word Thousands of short, natural example sentences show words in context: At able, the example shows how to use be able to, because these are words that are often used together. American Pronunciation

Tim Ferriss How to Learn Spanish Tim Ferriss,author of The Four Hour Work Week , is a great example of someone who knows how to learn Spanish smart. He understands his learning style when it comes to learning a foreign language. I have followed his blog and see that he is very in tune with how his mind and body works even in learning other subjects such as swimming or tango dancing. So if you were to sit next to me on a plane ride to Mexico, I would show you this as to how those six sentences would be said in Spanish. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. In deconstructing the language, these are the differences you have as an English speaker learning Spanish. Sentence 1. Sentence 2. Sentences 3, 4, 5 and 6, all deal with what Tim Ferriss calls the "uber pain" of indirect and direct objects. 3. In sentence 3: John is the indirect object (IO) and apple is the direct object (DO). It starts with "le" which is the indirect object pronoun (IOP), it's like saying "him". In sentence 4. 5. In 5, the "Él" at the beginning is for "He".

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