The first thing when it comes to writing articles for websites or any blog for that comes in our mind is how to appeal to users. More and more people will read it more popular. Most Internet users search for fulfillment services and knowledge, and sometimes their needs. Giving the rea...
To be bilingual+ means a whole new perspective on the world around you
Do you believe that only boys do well in science? Does it seem to you that girls have better vocabularies than boy? In your opinion, are boys better at building things? If your answer to each of those questions is “Yes,” you are right, according to an article in Current Science. T...
Creation and evolution are a focal point, in fact a recurrent theme, of the Mancharians. Being themselves paragons who, have climbed up the trellises towards the higher dimensions, without equal, they extol the virtues of lessons learned that nourish the evolutionary growth of their ...
Those who are non native speakers of English, its difficult for them to converse than to write. Spoken language is spontaneous while we can always edit our writing whenver possible.
Third in the series, this ditty is written to show homophones in a more creative light.
A humerous look at the continued use of the caveman's language even today in our modern day society.
Your body’s language This poetry tells us all about what our bodies want to convey to the one
Pornography is a huge part of our day and I am here to ramble about the evils brought upon by it. Say whatever you want, but I know it only bring unhappiness and suffering to those ensnared and those involved with its victims.
How far "individualized" are we from the One that we truly are? The Mancharians speaks of our interconnectedness, that burning essence the resides in each of us despite the cultural and physical barriers. - Jamie Sentana-Ries-Cortez
Scots might find themselves adopting Cockney slang after research found that watching television could be a factor in accent change.
The school superintendent spent the summer pouring over test data. Or should it be poring over test data? Let's look at homophones and see which word is correct.
Admittedly, the Mancharians speak not on easily comprehensible guttural tones from the labyrinth of the Universe where there are no languages except frequencies and vibrations that carry the messages through telepathy directly to the mind. - Jamie Sentana-Ries-Cortez
Newborns have series of need and want that must be provided by the parents, ranging from adequate care, love, protection and belonging and above all creating a bonding by stroking, cuddling, snuggling and skin to skin contact that shall remain for the rest of their life. The following...
Hazara people who mainly lives in Afghanistan and Quetta Pakistan is a persian speaking people.
Although it helps to practise and immerse yourself in the culture, you don't have to be living in Japan to improve your Japanese. Here's some top tips for learning from your home country in an effective way.
How identity and Character are interrelated, Why character can be the corruption of identity. How too decide when you have to make choices.
If you are offended by any form of swearing, even in the artistic context, then go no further. I cannot be held responsible for you being shocked! This post is of a short poem written in relation to the use of a specific, and very anatomical, swear word.
To really head towards fluency in Japanese, you're going to have to go to Japan. But what are your options? We'll discuss them here.
Interested in learning Japanese but don't know how to start? I'll share with you what I've learned on my own journey.
Why did an American of Spanish ancestry, who can't speak Spanish, start learning Japanese? Moreover, why should you bother learning such a beautiful language?
As the world turns more and more international and people learn more languages can we then write in different languages at the same time...?
A look at the difference between language and communication, and is it true woman talk more then men?
Slang and colloquialisms help to define an era. What’s “cool” today was “far out” in the 1950s, “the bee’s knees” in the 1920s, and “swell” in the 1900s.
Do we really speak the same language? You might be surprised at the pitfalls inherent in English.