Britishisms, Americanisms, and What Our English Says About Us Erin Moore. we so afraid to let it be known? ... We fear terribly to encourage ourselves or others. The people over there are not afraid. They let themselves go individually ...
Author: Erin Moore
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
An expat’s witty and insightful exploration of English and American cultural differences through the lens of language that will leave readers gobsmacked In That’s Not English, the seemingly superficial differences between British and American English open the door to a deeper exploration of a historic and fascinating cultural divide. In each of the thirty chapters, Erin Moore explains a different word we use that says more about us than we think. For example, "Quite" exposes the tension between English reserve and American enthusiasm; in "Moreish," she addresses our snacking habits. In "Partner," she examines marriage equality; in "Pull," the theme is dating and sex; "Cheers" is about drinking; and "Knackered" covers how we raise our kids. The result is a cultural history in miniature and an expatriate’s survival guide. American by birth, Moore is a former book editor who specialized in spotting British books—including Eats, Shoots & Leaves—for the US market. She’s spent the last seven years living in England with her Anglo American husband and a small daughter with an English accent. That’s Not English is the perfect companion for modern Anglophiles and the ten million British and American travelers who visit one another’s countries each year.
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Author: Messianic Rabbi Minister Yahonathan DaweedPublish On: 2021-08-25
That's not e en possible, e en if they wanted to do such a confounding thing. The point made is that the argument, “We speak English and should use English names for the Heavenly Father and the Son,” is oid.
Author: Messianic Rabbi Minister Yahonathan Daweed
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
Yahweh for Christians: I Am Original Words, Original Truth By: Messianic Rabbi Minister Yahonathan Daweed Yahweh for Christians is a work unlike any other on your book shelf. No other work of this weight and of this topic gives us a historical examination across the history of man as this work does. Yahweh for Christians states that there is an epic struggle between the Sacred Name, and an intelligent opponent, that goes beyond our appreciation. This attack is not benign, but is violent, and affects all life as we know it. This battle defines our conscious and unconscious lives, so that we do not know that true life is altered beyond recognition. As such, this is plenarily deleterious to our existence. Yahweh for Christians will present actual history, revealing the collateral lies of wrote history. It will connect the dots to creation, Judaism, Catholicism, Christianity, Islam, Japheth, Shem, Ham, Egypt, Greco-Rome, Germany, the dark ages, the crusades, Great Britain, slavery, the world wars, our present time, and our soon coming end. All of which is a complex, systematic, intelligent designed orchestration of spiritual warfare of a great lie versus a great truth. If this struggle is so ranging and daunting as stated above, then this work is one of grave importance. The simplicity of word study is the chief tool utilized by this work, to access the etiology of knowledge. Original words will deposit the student to original truth. םלש
You don't need many words to understand most of a language. One study found that only 25 words covered 33% of popular English writing, and 1,000 words covered 89%. That's not many. Over a year, 1,000 words is just 2.7 per day.
Author: Alfred Schneider
Category: Foreign Language Study
A new language-learning technique Trick your brain into accepting German words as "English". We pretend that German words are actually newly-coined English words. It's technique is called "Diglot Weave". Evidence One University in Iran experimented with the method on some high schoolers learning English. Half the kids learned using standard methods, and the other half used the Diglot Weave method. Afterwards, they all sat a test. What were the results? The kids taught the usual way scored 12 out of 25, but the kids taught with the Diglot Weave method scored nearly double - 23 out of 25! Also, some kindergartens in China use a variation of the method they invented to teach children English. The kids enjoy it much more than the usual approaches, and the teachers report better results overall. Parents also appreciate it, because they see their children learning English much more quickly and easily than before. Want to try it? This book includes over 80 German conjunctions and prepositions like "and", "with", "for", and so on - the little words vital to creating sentences. We mix them into fully English sentences. By the end of the book, your brain should be tricked into thinking that these words are "English". Words included aber = but all(e/r/s/n/m) = all als = than also = so andere(r/s/m/n) = other(s) auch = also auf = on aus = from out of ausgenommen = except for außer = except außerdem = furthermore beide(m/n/r/s) = both bevor/vor/vorher = before bis zu = up to bis = as far as bis = until da = since [that] damit = so that / in order to dann = then darum = thus das = the (neuter perpetrator + victim) dass = that dem = the (masc. third party) dem = the (neuter third party) den = the (masc. victim) den = the (plural third party) denn = seeing as dennoch = nevertheless der = the (fem. third party) der = the (masc. perpetrator) der = the (plural owner) des = the (masc. owner) des = the (neuter owner) deshalb = therefore die = the (fem. perpetrator + victim) die = the (plural perpetrator + victim) doch = yet durch = through ein = a/an (masc. perpetrator) ein = a/an (neuter perpetrator + victim) eine = a/an (fem. perpetrator + victim) einem = a/an (masc. third party) einem = a/an (neuter third party) einen = a/an (masc. victim) einer = a/an (fem. owner + third party) eines = a/an (masc. owner) eines = a/an (neuter owner) einige(r/n/m/s) = some [things] einschließlich = including entweder X oder Y = either X or Y etwas = some [amount or part] falls = just in case für = for [purpose] gegen = against immer = always in Richtung = towards in = in innerhalb = inside jede(r/s/n/m) = each / every jedenfalls = anyhow jedoch = however laut = according to mit = with nachdem/nach/danach = after neben = next to nie = never noch = (see “weder X noch Y”) nun = well [then] obgleich = though obwohl = although oder = or ohne = without sehr = very seit = since [a time] so = so sondern = but rather sowieso = anyway statt = rather than trotz = despite trotzdem = nevertheless um X zu Y = to [do something] und = and unter = among von = about [a specific topic] von = by [someone] von = from von = of weder X noch Y = neither X nor Y weil = because wenn = if wie = like [similar] während = during während = while zu = to [a place] zwischen = between äußerst = extremely über = about [a broad topic] überdies = besides [this point]
In reflecting on this experience, she says, “I wasn't Mexican enough to work there. And it's funny because when I go to apply for other jobs, I have to show that I know english. That's not hard for me. But I thought, now I know how ...
Author: Barbara Wells
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
Category: Social Science
In Daughters and Granddaughters of Farmworkers, Barbara Wells examines the work and family lives of Mexican American women in a community near the U.S.-Mexican border in California’s Imperial County. Decades earlier, their Mexican parents and grandparents had made the momentous decision to migrate to the United States as farmworkers. This book explores how that decision has worked out for these second- and third-generation Mexican Americans. Wells provides stories of the struggles, triumphs, and everyday experiences of these women. She analyzes their narratives on a broad canvas that includes the social structures that create the barriers, constraints, and opportunities that have shaped their lives. The women have constructed far more settled lives than the immigrant generation that followed the crops, but many struggle to provide adequately for their families. These women aspire to achieve the middle-class lives of the American Dream. But upward mobility is an elusive goal. The realities of life in a rural, agricultural border community strictly limit social mobility for these descendants of immigrant farm laborers. Reliance on family networks is a vital strategy for meeting the economic challenges they encounter. Wells illustrates clearly the ways in which the “long shadow” of farm work continues to permeate the lives and prospects of these women and their families.
“That's not English.” The white coat shook his head. “My wife teaches history, and if I'm not mistaken, it sounded like Norman French.” “No. This isn't good. When I first found him, he was muttering in the same language, ...
Author: Cynthia Luhrs
Publisher: Cynthia Luhrs
Some betrayals are never forgotten...but can they be forgiven? Mildred Merriweather never forgot that fateful summer. Never told a soul what happened. Swore she'd never love again. But when Drake Montgomery wakes in the hospital, he remembers everything. Now he just has to find her before it's too late.