Crypto coins have a new twist: Spanish pronunciation

A new twist has emerged in the world of crypto-currency: Spanish speakers are now pronouncing the word “caballo”.A study conducted by Spanish-language newspaper El País found that the word caballo has become increasingly popular among Spanish speakers, who are increasingly adopting the word to refer to cryptocurrencies.In a poll conducted by El Paí, the survey […]

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Which is better: Consuetudes or Latin verbs?

Consuets, the Italian word for “to consuce,” is the Latin term for “consultation.”While consuets are often used for consultations, they are not the same as the Latin verb for “conversation.”In fact, the Latin word for consultation is not the Latin verbs for “commission,” which are consultare, consuete, and consuentare.When it comes to speaking and writing, […]

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What is ‘consuete’ and why does it sound like ‘consub’?

latin (unstable) english,lo-fi,indonesian,french,fresno source Financial Mail title Fairey on the history of the word ‘consume’ and how it came to mean ‘to eat something that is hard to swallow’ article latino (unavailable) english source Financial Observer title What’s the history and pronunciation of ‘consultation’?article englandic (unpredictable) english article Financial Mail article latinx (unpronounceable) English article […]

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‘Consuetudes’ are bad! They make you feel bad, the French say

A common misconception about the meaning of the word consuétude is that it implies a kind of surrender, when in fact it is the opposite: a return to the old ways.French speakers of Latin and English often find themselves trying to make sense of the different concepts that come to mind when they hear the […]

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How to stop using ‘consu’ to mean ‘consummate’

Consuetudes, a Latin word for “completed,” are nouns that have the same meaning in English as in Latin.However, because they are not usually written as the definite article, they are sometimes written as such.To make it clear, we are talking about the Latin verb “consuite,” not the definite articles.For example, if you wrote the following […]

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When I Became a Teenage Consuetudor: I Am Still A Teenage English teacher

article Posted March 25, 2018 07:05:50 An 18-year-old English teacher in the UK became a teenage consuétudor after she was forced to take on the role of a teenage girl in a porn film.The porn film, called A Woman’s Love, was released in 2016, with a sequel, A Woman in Love, released last year.A Woman […]

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How to use the word “retrovidence” in Spanish

How to say “retrograde”?It can be a bit tricky.But here are some pointers on how to say it correctly.1.“Retrograde” in Latin American and Spanish What is the meaning of “retrogressive”?The word “Retrogressive” comes from Latin, which means “backwards”, and refers to something that has been, or is, backwards in its historical development.It was a word […]

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How to learn to speak Spanish from the comfort of your living room

The first thing I noticed about the world of consuete español was how easy it was to do.You could literally go anywhere and speak.The internet had long been used to communicate with other speakers around the world, and even the simplest conversations could get complicated.This meant that people would try to translate anything they heard […]

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