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These are teapots made during the '70's and '80's revival of #ArtDeco. #art #pottery #ArtDecoMuseum
disponibile available #italian
The 19th amendment prohibits states and the federal government from denying US citizens the right to vote based on sex. It was adopted on August 8, 1920. It was actually proposed in 1878 by Senator Aaron Sargent, but it took 41 years for Congress to submit it to the states for ratification. In 1922 the amendment was unanimously upheld by the Supreme Court in the case of Leser vs. Garnett, thus solidifying the law. #history #law
Bugiardo Liar #Italian
In one study, participants given an IQ test with a red cover scored lower than those given the same test with a green or gray cover. The participants in the red group also avoided the more difficult questions altogether. They also positioned their body further away from the table. Red activates the prefrontal cortex, which is responsible for executive functioning. This is believed to divert cognitive power away from the other parts of the brain, causing us to act...
In English, there is only one form of the definite article, and it is the word "the". Italian has multiple forms of the definite article based on gender and number of the noun. For masculine nouns: il (singular) and i (plural) are used before a noun beginning with a consonant except for s + consonant or z. l' (singular) and gli (plural) are used before a noun beginning with a vowel. lo (singular) and gli (plural) are used before a noun beginning...
Once you have learned some basic italian words, the next step is to learn how to put them together into sentences. But to do that, you need to learn about verb conjugation. Verb conjugation is when a verb is changed depending on how it is being used. It is best shown with an example. First, let's use some words like "I", "You", and so on. I Io You (single person) Tu We Noi You (plural) Voi Now, let's use those to build some simple phrases. I am... Io sono... You are... Tu sei... We are... Noi siamo... You are... (plural) Voi siete... So...
il ladro thief #italian
Ayuda = Help ¡Ayuda! = Help! #spanish
Understand 1,700 Mechanical Linkages with these Helpful Animations http://makezine.com/2015/04/20/understand-1700-mechanical-linkages-helpful-animations/