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Le basenji ou terrier du #Congo est un petit chien endémique du Congo provenant du #Kasayi et des régions avoisinantes. Il est le descendant direct du lévrier du pharaon antique et est considéré comme la race de chien pure la plus ancienne au monde. Son nom en #Ciluba est "cibelabela". "Kubèla" signifiant se briser, se casser entre les dents, son nom vient du fait qu’à cause de la morphologie de sa gorge, proche de celle du loup, il n’est pas capable d’aboyer mais émets à la place des sons aigus distinctifs. "Musenji" ("basenji" au pluriel) est en fait une insulte signifiant "sauvage", "personne non éduquée".
Basenji or Congo terrier is a small dog from Congo, specifically from the area of Kasayi region. It is the direct descendant of the antique Pharaoh's hound and considered the most ancient pure breed dog that exists today. Its name in Ciluba is "cibelabela". The verb "kubela" meaning "to break between the teeth" (the doubling of "bela" simply amplifies the action), its name comes from the fact that its throat morphology, close to the one of the wolf, prevents it from barking but allows it to emit very distinctive sounds. "Musenji" ("basenji" in its plural form) is in fact an insult meaning "savage", "a person who is not educated".
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I had a strange realization: I don't teach languages in the same way that I learn languages. In order for me to become fluent, I combine: language lessons and/or exchanges, self-study, passive listening (i.e listening to music in the language I am learning), and immersion (i.e traveling abroad). However, I don't do a good enough job of using such a multi-faceted approach when teaching. In most cases, I don't even talk about its importance with my students. I need to change this.
Additionally, I rarely talk about how much time people should be studying. Most of my students study for about 2-5 hours per week. Unfortunately, this is unlikely to lead to fluency. A good general rule of thumb is to study an average 10-15 hours per week (520 - 780 hours in a year). Ideally, you should be dividing that time between a variety strategies/resources. The strategies/resources you use should depend on your: goals, current level in the language, strengths/weaknesses, and learning style.
One final thing I'd like to point out is that you don't need to spread your 520 - 780 hours out evenly throughout the year.
Let me give you an example.
I am currently spending 2 months in India where I actively study for about 25-35 hours per week. This is combined with an additional 10-20 hours per week of passive listening since the people around me all are speaking Gujarati. That is about 35-55 hours a week of study over a span of 7 weeks.
35 to 55 hours x 7 weeks = 245 to 385 hours of study
Doing this 2-month intensive will dramatically reduce the amount of time I'll need to study per week for the remainder of 2018.
As a summary, focus on studying for 520 - 780 hours per year while using a blend of language learning strategies. Doing this gives you the best chance of achieving a high level in the target language.
What's the fun of a rule if you can't break it every now and then? When using adjectives in Spanish you'll need to remember that the ones ending in -o are masculine and the ones ending in -a are USUALLY feminine. 😄 #Spanishin60Seconds
Despierta! Conecta tu cuerpo mediante la mente, a la fuente
que mueve hasta lo que no ves,
porque crees que es inerte.
Y así podrás al fin saber lo que grita el planeta, ya llegó la hora de que miremos dentro, despierta!
Wake up, connect your body
Through the mind, to the source
That moves even though you can't see it, because you think it's lifeless.
So you can finally know what the planet cries out for, the time has come for us to look inside, wake up!
El Arrepentido- @_melendioficial_#español#spain#spanish#learnspanish#spanishlearning#learnlanguages#ElArrepentido