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Nombre del Plato: Sopes de Maiz
Opinión: Es mas o menos no me gusta frijoles
Unos ingredients: los frijoles, el pan, la sal, y la pimienta
Comentarios: No lo recomiendo, no me gusta
Opinión: !Muy Bien!
Unos ingredients: chuleta y la salsa
Comentarios: Lo recomiendo, su muy fantastico!
Nombre del Plato: Tacos dorados
Opinión: Me gusta mucha!
Unos ingredients: pollo y frito tortilla
Comentarios: Lo recomiendo, es como un taco
Opinión: ¡Muy Bien! Me gusta mucho, un poco caliente
Unos ingredients: pollo, la cebolla, y pimiento verde
Comentarios: La comida es muy fantastico
Nombre del Platos: Jamaica
Opinión: !Muy Mal! No me gusta
Unos ingredients: jugo
Comentarios: No lo recomiendo, no bueno
Nombre del Platos: Tres lechesOpinión: Es mas o menos, dulce
Unos ingredients: leche, postre, y crema
Comentarios: su muy dulce
Ella es buena.
eh-yah ehs bweh-nah.
She is hot. (sexy)
Ella está buena.
eh-yah es-TAH bweh-nah.
He is a good person.
Él es bueno.
EHL ehs bweh-noh.
He is hot. (sexy)
Él está bueno.
EHL es-TAH bweh-noh.
Rico/a with ser means “rich” (wealthy). Rico/a with estar means “cute” or “sexy.”
She is rich.
Ella es rica.
eh-yah ehs ree-kah.
She is cute or sexy.
Ella está rica.
eh-yah ehs-TAH ree-kah.
He is rich.
Él es rico.
EHL ehs ree-koh.
He is cute or sexy.
Él está rico.
EHL ehs-TAH ree-koh.
Good morning, sexy.
Buenos días, sexy.
bweh-nohs dEE-ahs, sehk-see.
Since adjectives agree with the plural form of the noun they are modifying the plural form of sexy is sexis. Here’s an example of the plural form:
Look at those sexy girls.
Mira a esas chicas sexis.
mee-rah ah eh-sahs chee-kahs sehk-sees.
She has sexy body language.
Ella tiene languaje corporal sexy.
eh-yah tee-ehn-eh lahn-gwah-heh kohr-pohr-ahl sehk-see.
She has seductive body language.
Ella tiene languaje corporal seductor.
eh-yah tee-ehn-eh lahn-gwah-heh kohr-pohr-ahl seh-dook-tohr.
My other posts have been about certain topics, so now I would like to focus on a grammar concept.
I am going to implement the imperfect tense. I can't remember formally learning about this tense to I will practice it.
I'm wondering if the tense will present itself at all. I don't normally talk about things that require it, but I attempt to use it.
I have to go into a topic that will force me to talk about actions that occurred repeatedly in the past or actions that are not physical but like feelings.
I will stick to the basics first like,
¿Qué tal? and ¿Donde vives?
I was thinking of asking about fun activities that teenagers do because it may lead me to talk about things I do or used to do.
¿Qué se hace para diversión?
I had to research what the imperfect tense was all about.
I like studyspanish.com so I used that.
This page shows the phrases commonly associated with the Imperfect Tense and shows the stem changes.
One thing I’ve found out is why corruption and censorship isn’t stopped. It can be because some people are raised to think that certain things are acceptable. Some only want to do anything they can to make life easy and happy for themselves. There are those who try to go against it but their work doesn’t go that far. Others just simply don’t care because if it’s out of sight it’s out of mind.
I went ahead and did a survey about this project for my classmates to fill out. Only twelve students filled it out which already began to show me how corrupt some were. I guessed they didn’t fill it out because they didn’t see the survey as important. So I just had to take the twelve responses I got and make it work. Some of the results surprised me and some didn’t.
Since my first blog post I have done more research on the topic of legalizing marijuana. I have gotten different opinions from several different sources such as doctors, scientists and regular individuals who are passionate about the topic. Even though some of my research may suggest that using marijuana for medicinal purposes does have some benefits I still stand by the fact that marijuana should remain illegal for three major reasons. Here’s why.
The first reason I think marijuana should continue to be illegal is because of the effect it has on the brain, the lungs, and the heart. I’ll start with the effects it has on the brain. When inhaled, marijuana smoke can cause users to experience impaired coordination, difficulty with problems solving, and memory loss. Studies show that chronic marijuana users can be faced with an incapacitated ability to function at superior intellectual level days or even weeks after smoking. This means that these people will usually always be performing below par. Smoking marijuana can also enhance anxiety, depression and schizophrenia.
The effects that marijuana smoke actually has on the lungs are similar to the effects of tobacco smoke. Research shows that marijuana smoke contains 50-70 percent more carcinogenic hydrocarbons than marijuana smoke. Individuals who smoke marijuana usually inhale deeper and hold the smoke longer than cigarette users, therefore, exposing the lungs more to the carcinogenic smoke. When smoked daily marijuana can destroy and deregulate the growth of the epithelia cells, which could lead to cancer. Although there is no record of someone contracting cancer, smoking marijuana can still lead to respiratory illnesses; similar to cigarette smokers.
When under the influence of marijuana your heart rate can increase by 20-100 percent; which could be from 30-50 beats per minuet. While your heart rate is increasing your blood pressure is also dropping. This influence could last up to 3 hours. When this happens individuals are four times more prone to having a heart attack. Although these chances are far more attainable for people who are of an older age or already suffer from cardiac problems, these facts are not to be ignored.
The second reason I think that marijuana should remain illegal is because of its gateway potential. If somebody starts smoking marijuana at a young age then they are liable to get introduced to “harder” drugs such as crack cocaine, heroine, and meth later in life, looking for a better or more intense high. If we make marijuana more accessible by legalizing it than it’ll make other drugs easier to come by.
My final reason on why we should not legalize marijuana is because I think it is just morally wrong. People constantly use the argument that alcohol is no better than marijuana, but alcohol such as wine has been so invested in cultures all over the world. We teach our children in school that you should not partake in drugs at all under any circumstances and to always so no. So how is turning around, going against your word and legalizing it setting a good example for anybody. Just because marijuana might not be as harmful as alcohol doesn’t change the fact that it’s still a drug.You can find my bibliography here.
You can find my first blog post here.