Dienstag, 31. März 2015

Hovhannes Avetisian Oil on canvas 60x89cm. 1975 Paintings for Sale http://ift.tt/1Gb1mgB by Andranik Avetisyan Ado

Hovhannes Avetisian Oil on canvas 60x89cm. 1975 Paintings for Sale http://ift.tt/1Gb1mgB

by Andranik Avetisyan Ado



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Montag, 30. März 2015

http://ift.tt/1ErZsJI by Taher Mhamdi

http://ift.tt/1ErZsJI

by Taher Mhamdi



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Samstag, 14. März 2015

Celebrating the 10 year anniversary of the poems first publication. Shot in Berlin 2015 by Robert Grant

Celebrating the 10 year anniversary of the poems first publication. Shot in Berlin 2015

by Robert Grant



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Sonntag, 15. Februar 2015

Runtastic, Runkeeper

Seit gestern laufe ich mit Runtastic den Winterspeck ab. Wer also auf der gleichen Welle läuft kann mich ja hinzufügen :)

Dienstag, 6. Januar 2015

mio alpha

welche app arbeitet am besten mit mio alpha? und orbit Insider

Es ist eine Suchanfrage die es noch nicht gibt. Ich warte bis ich Angebote bekomme âlso gerne posten :) danke!

saskia



Donnerstag, 18. Dezember 2014

Nice

As a Jew, Christmas time was always the hardest time of the year. http://9gag.com/gag/aDwM1Aw?ref=android.s

Samstag, 15. November 2014

Dienstag, 11. November 2014

Family is what you make of it...not only blood


So I don't have that many blood family members. So as I go through life I seem to collect people. Some stay around and some move on, but I have always found that these people are closer to me than my real family. I am fortunate that I have found people to love, and who love me, no matter what is going on.

I almost lost one of my best friends a while ago after a pretty bad living situation. It was really hard to come back from that, but I felt the need to at least try to become friends again because we are family. I am so glad I did. Looking back I think the bad times were necessary too, because now we can be friends as adults and having a growing relationship instead of just trying to hold on to what we had. I am so fortunate to have so much love in my life.

The phrase "blood is thicker than water" never really meant anything to me because I think that the "water" is often thicker since these are the people we choose to love....we are not just in a relationship with them because of the accident of birth. These are the people we fight for and do anything for, because you don't have just that feeling of obligation that "blood" often brings.



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The Hikyo Station


I’ve always loved trains. There’s just something about them, isn’t there? Not as blustery and self-involved as cars, nor loud and angry and expensive like planes, trains move with a gentle, rattling hum, ferrying the public to far climbs for a small fee.

Nowadays you have the smooth maglevs, which sound almost like gliding alien engines whirring by, but I’m a fan of the old single-car trains ricketing along rusting metal tracks that grow thick with untethered grass. There’s a magic, a mystery to them, even a playfulness, that modern trains can’t touch.

And along with trains themselves, I also love train stations. Not the crowded major metropolitan ones, but the out of the way stops, the places people barely go to, that the trains stop at for nebulous reasons. The more isolated, overgrown, and unkempt, the better. And if cars can’t actually reach them? Now that’s something special.

I started what one might call my collection of stations back before college. My first big “get” was the Corrour railway station in the UK, nestled in an unassuming area of peaks and valleys, the landscape surrounding a quaint white building with gray gabled roofs sloping downward. An unimposing loch idled next to the site, waiting to freeze over again during the long winter months. I was lucky to go during the warmer season with my parents, back when my dad was still alive. I don’t know if he was quite the train aficionado as I was, or if he particularly enjoyed being dragged into the middle of nowhere to see an uninspiring building and brownish green hillsides, but he did it, so I give him credit.

While he may not have been impressed, I loved it. I had researched the area beforehand quite a bit, and to actually stand there and look around, take in the air and sunlight, was mesmerizing. Almost like I had stepped through the looking glass of another world that had only previously existed in my head. I had to have more.

I began focusing spare time into it, charting out potential ways to travel cheaply around the country and the world, and figuring out which stations I wanted to see. It helped that train travel is reasonably inexpensive.

As I whiled my way through the UK’s list – going to places like the Altnabreac station in Scotland, or the Sugar Loaf in Wales – my real destination was Japan. Unsurprisingly, there’s actually a term in Japanese for disused and remote rail stations – hikyō stations, or “secluded” stations. There are websites devoted to them, unfortunately none in English, but I’ve done my best to try and map out which ones I want to see and document for myself. And Japan is packed with them, some so isolated it makes you wonder why they were even built in the first place.


Maybe whatever it was that was at that place just had its fun with me and let me go. Maybe I just got lucky. Or maybe…maybe…I’m still there, and don’t even know it.

But y’know the worst part, the thing that really tears me up now?

I really hate trains.

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Samstag, 8. November 2014

Zeiten

Das Simple Past drückt Handlungen in der Vergangenheit aus, die einmalig oder wiederholt stattfinden, nacheinander ablaufen oder eine laufende Handlung.

Das Past Perfect drückt aus, dass ein Vorgang vor einem anderen Vorgang in der Vergangenheit stattgefunden hat.

Beispiel:
He bought the novel after he had seen it in the shop.
I talked to Sue after I had met her at the club.
Das Past Perfect wird in der indirekten Rede genutzt. Es gibt das Past Tense oder Present Perfect der direkten Rede wieder.
Beispiel:
He said that his mother had moved to Manchester.
She told me that his sister had reminded her of a famous actress.
Bei Fragesätzen werden die Positionen von Subjekt und Hilfsverb getauscht.
Beispiel:
Had they arrived in Canada?
Had you seen that boy?
Bei Verneinungen tritt “not” zwischen Verb und Hilfsverb.
Beispiel:
She had not talked to him.
They had not finished their homework.
Wichtig:
Bei Unterhaltungen im Past Perfect werden Subjekt und Hilfsverb verknüpft.
I had
I’d
You had
You’d
He/she/it had
He/she/it’d


Present Continuous (He is speaking):
Gebrauch:
  • Bei einer Handlung, welche sich am Ablaufen befindet.
  • Bei einer Handlung, welche auf einen bestimmten Zeitraum begrenzt ist.
Signalwörter: just now, right now, just, now, at the moment, Listen!, Look!.

Beispiele:
  • I'm trying to do my homework, please don't make so much noise.
  • Let's go out and play soccer. It isn't raining any more.

Present Perfect Progressive - Verwendung

1. Handlungen begannen in der Vergangenheit und dauern bis in die Gegenwart an
- meistens mit since (Zeitpunkt) oder for (Zeitraum/Zeitspanne)

I have been waiting for you for three hours.
(Ich warte schon seit drei Stunden auf dich.)


2. Handlungen, die gerade abgeschlossen wurden und bei denen deren Verlauf betont wird

She has been watching too many videos.
(Sie hat sich zu viele Videos angesehen.)

Signalwörter des Present Perfect Progressive

all day, the whole day, since, for

Fragen mit how long

Bildung des Present Perfect Progressive

have/has + been + Infinitiv + -ing

Beispiele

Bejahte Sätze:

have been playing handball.
I've been playing handball.
You have been playing handball.
You've been playing handball.

Verneinte Sätze:

have not been playing handball.
I've not been playing handball.
haven't been playing handball.
You have not been playing handball.
You've not been playing handball.
You haven't been playing handball.

Fragen:

Have I been playing handball?Have you been playing handball?

Present Perfect Simple (Perfekt, abgeschlossene Gegenwart)

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Oxford who, which, where

Intermdiale

Relative pronouns

Person - who (that)

Thing - which (that)

Place - where

Pronomen
die
whichthatwhohershe
der
whichwhothathe
wer
whoanyoneanybody
welche
whichthatwhatwho
wen
who
wem
whomwho
das
thatthisitwho