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The imperfect tense is used to indicate a continuing or repeating event in the past. Examples: "I was eating." "They were running fast." "I used to go there every Thursday." If the phrase does not indicate an action, it is NOT an imperfect tense. For example, the phrase "He was hungry" is not imperfect tense, it is just simple past tense, because it does not indicate an action. #grammar #language
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In Italian, there are different ways to say "what". Here is an explanation of when you would use each one. If "what" is not followed by a noun, you can use che, cosa, or che cosa. They are all the same in this case. Che cosa is considered to be more proper or polite. Che is more common in the south of italy and cosa is more common in the north. But they all work. Examples: Che vuoi? -> What do you want? Che cosa vuoi? -> What do you want? Cosa...
In 1922, King Tutankhamun's tomb was unearthed in #Egypt, causing a fascination with Egyptian relics to sweep across America right when #ArtDeco was also growing in popularity. As a result, the styles from ancient Egypt can be seen in many art deco pieces. Also notice some of the pieces in the background of this image that show other examples of the Egyptian influence. #art #ArtDecoMuseum
George H.W. Bush was the last President to have fought in #WWII. #history #biography
A yield-curve inversion is when the interest rates on short term securities rises above the interest rates on long term securities. This is unusual because investors typically expect longer term securities to pay higher interest in exchange for tying up their money longer. When short term securities start paying more interest, that is a yield curve inversion. Yield-curve inversion can happen with many different securities, but the one to really watch is the yield curve for Treasury bills and treasury...
A chondara is a traditional #Japanese clown from the island of #Okinawa. This picture of one is from National Geographic Traveler magazine. #culture #japan
Confirmation Bias is a type of cognitive bias. It can take many forms, but in general, it refers to our tendency to seek out information that confirms our beliefs while ignoring information that challenges our beliefs. As with most cognitive biases and logical fallacies, confirmation bias can be intentional or unintentional. A good example of confirmation bias can be seen by looking at the debate over whether or not vaccines cause autism. People who believe that vaccines cause autism often arrive at that...
De Stijl was a Dutch artistic movement founded in 1917 in Leiden. De Stijl consisted of artists and architects. Proponents of De Stijl advocated pure abstraction and universality by a reduction to the essentials of form and colour; they simplified visual compositions to vertical and horizontal, using only black, white and primary colors. #art #design #architecture https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/De_Stijl