|spanish and italian:||So THESE words are feminine and THESE words are masculine, and you ALWAYS put an adjective AFTER the noun.|
|french:||haha i dont fuckin know man just do whatever|
|german:||LET'S ADD A NEUTRAL NOUN HAHA|
|english:||*shooting up in the bathroom*|
- http://www.laits.utexas.edu/fi/home - I absolutely love this website. It has everything!
- http://www.dw-world.de/dw/0„9572,00.html -You have to register, but it’s a great way to learn German
- http://www.123teachme.com/ - Has games, verb conjugations, text translator, grammar, quizzes, and more!
- http://www.chinese-tools.com/learn/chinese - What I love about this site is the pinyin to character tool
- http://www.learnjapanese.com/ - Has slang expressions, grammar, common phrases, vocabulary and more
- http://www.kypros.org/cgi-bin/lexicon - Greek to English, English to Greek Dictionary (Modern and Ancient Greek)
General Language Sites
- http://www.fodors.com/language/ - Has Spanish, French, Italian, German, Arabic, Chinese, and Japanese
- http://www.omniglot.com/ - Has basic phrases in almost any language along with idioms and sayings
- http://www.wordreference.com/ - Any language (French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, etc.) to English dictionary
- http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/ - Basic phrases and vocab in French, Spanish, Greek, Chinese, German, Italian, and Portuguese.
- http://www.languagehelpers.com/ - Has Chinese, Czech, French, German, Latvian, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish
- http://www.smartphrase.com/index.shtml -Has Italian, French, German, Spanish, Greek, Dutch, and Portuguese. Random phrase generator
- http://www.101languages.net/vocabulary/vocabulary.html - Has Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, and Spanish
- http://www.livemocha.com/ - A few people have suggested this site, and it’s incredible. If you want to learn a language on your own, you need this. And it’s free!
1. suggestive of or tending to cause tears; mournful.
2. given to shedding tears readily; tearful.
The name “rowan” is derived from the Old Norse name for the tree, raun. Linguists believe that the Norse name is ultimately derived from a proto-Germanic word raudnian meaning “getting red” and which referred to the red foliage and red berries in the autumn. [via Wikipedia]
In some regions it’s referred to as “Dogberry” tree.
ambedo n. a kind of melacholic trance in which you become completely absorbed in vivid sensory details—raindrops skittering down a window, tall trees leaning in the wind, clouds of cream swirling in your coffee—which leads to a dawning awareness of the haunting fragility of life