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la madrugada: dawn (00:00 ~ 5:00)
la mañana: morning (~5:00 - 11:59)
la tarde: afternoon (12:00 ~ 19:59)
la noche: evening / night (20:00 - 23:59)

anteayer: the day before yesterday
ayer: yesterday
hoy: today
mañana: tomorrow
pasado mañana: the day after tomorrow

el día: day
la semana: week
el fin de semana: weekend
el mes: month
el año: year
la estación: season

¿Cuál es la fecha de hoy? - What is the date today?
¿A qué fecha estamos hoy? - What is the date today?
Hoy es … : Today is …
27 de mayo de 2017 (veintisiete de mayo de dos mil diecisiete)

los días de la semana: days of the week
¿Qué día es hoy? - What day is today?
Hoy es … : Today is …
lunes: Monday
martes: Tuesday
miércoles: Wednesday
jueves: Thursday
viernes: Friday
sábado: Saturday
domingo: Sunday

*We use “el” or “lo” with the days. And we don’t use capital letters.
El lunes voy a ir al doctor. - I’m going to the doctor on Monday.
Los jueves tengo clases de piano. - On Thursdays I have piano classes.

los meses del año: months of the year
¿En qué mes estamos? - What moth are we in?
Estamos en… : We’re in …
enero: January
febrero: February
marzo: March
abril: April
mayo: May
junio: June
julio: July
agosto: August
septiembre: September
octubre: October
noviembre: November
diciembre: December

las estaciones del año: seasons of the year
¿En qué estación estamos? - What season are we in?
Estamos en … : We’re in …
la primavera: Spring
el verano: Summer
el otoño: Fall
el invierno: Winter

We use “en” with months and seasons. And we don’t use capital letters either.
Voy a viajar en agosto. - I’m going to travel in August.
Visito a mi familia en (el) verano. - I visit my family in Summer.

la semana pasada: last week
el fin de semana pasado: last weekend
el mes pasado: last month
el año pasado: last year
la primavera pasada: last Spring
el verano/ otoño/ invierno pasado: last Summer/ Fall/ Winter

esta semana: this week
este fin de semana: this weekend
este mes: this month
este año: this year
esta primavera: this Spring
este verano/ otoño/ invierno: this Summer/ Fall/ Winter

la próxima semana: next week
el próximo fin de semana: next weekend
el próximo mes: next month
el próximo año: next year
la próxima primavera: next Spring
el próximo verano/ otoño/ invierno: next Summer/ Fall/ Winter

la semana que viene: next week
el fin de semana que viene: next weekend
el mes que viene: next month
el año que viene: next year

segundo: second
minuto: minute
hora: hour

¿Qué hora es? - What time is it?
1:00 = Es la una: It’s 1:00
2:00 = Son las dos: It’s 2:00
3:00 = Son las tres en punto: It’s three o´clock
4:15 = Son las cuatro y cuarto: It’s a quarter past four
5:30 = Son las cinco y media: It’s half past five
6:45 = Son las siete menos cuarto: It’s a quarter to seven
6:45 = Son cuarto para las siete: It’s a quarter to seven (same as previous one)

… de la madrugada: at dawn
de la mañana: in the morning
de la tarde: in the afternoon
de la noche: in the evening / at night
medio día: noon
media noche: midnight

todos los días: every day
todas las semanas: every week
todos los fines de semana: every weekend
todos los meses: every month
todos los años: every year
todas las mañanas: every morning
todas las tardes: every afternoon
todas las noches: every evening/night
todas las primaveras: every Spring
todos los veranos/ otoños/ inviernos: every Summer/ Fall/ Winter

todo el día: all day
toda la semana: all week, the whole week
todo el fin de semana: the whole weekend
todo el mes: the whole month
todo el año: the whole year
toda la mañana: the whole morning
toda la tarde: the whole afternoon
toda la noche: all night
toda la primavera: the whole Spring
todo el verano/ otoño/ invierno: the whole Summer/ Fall/ Winter

cada día: each day
cada semana: each week
cada fin de semana: each weekend
cada mes: each month
cada año: each year
cada mañana: each morning
cada tarde: each afternoon
cada noche: each evening/night
cada primavera: each Spring
cada verano/ otoño/ invierno: each Summer/ Fall/ Winter

cada dos horas: every two hours
cada tres días: every three days
cada dos semanas: every two weeks
cada seis meses: every six months
cada cuatro años: every four years

una vez: once
dos veces: twice
tres veces: three times
una vez al día: once a day
dos horas al día: two hours a day
tres veces a la semana: three times a week
cuatro días a la semana: four days a week
cinco veces al mes: five times a month
seis días al mes: six days a month
siete veces al año: seven times a year
ocho meses al año: eight months a year

la primera vez: the first time
la segunda vez: the second time
la tercera vez: the third time
la cuarta vez: the fourth time
la quinta vez: the fifth time

el pasado: the past
el presente: the present
el futuro: the future

ahora: now
en este momento: at this moment
estos días: these days
por el momento: at the moment
últimamente: recently

siempre: always
casi siempre: most of the times, almost always
la mayoría de las veces: most of the times
a menudo / seguido: often
normalmente: usually
a veces: sometimes
rara vez: seldom
casi nunca: rarely, hardly ever
nunca: never

otra vez / de nuevo: again

hoy en día: nowadays
hasta ahora: so far, up to now
hasta la fecha / hasta hoy: until today

hace: ago
hace dos semanas: two weeks ago
hace tres meses: three months ago
hace cuatro años: four years ago

antes (de): before
después (de): after

justo antes (de): just before
justo después (de): just after

después: later
luego: then, later
ya: already
desde: since, from
hasta: until
de: from
a: to

de lunes a viernes: from Monday to Friday
desde el lunes hasta el viernes: from Monday until Friday

pronto: soon
inmediatamente: immediately
de repente: suddenly

temprano: early
a tiempo: on time
tarde: late

al mismo tiempo: at the same time
durante: during

un momento: a moment
hace un momento: a moment ago
Un momento, por favor. - Just a second, please.

cualquier momento: any time
cualquier hora: any hour/time
cualquier día: any day
cualquier semana: any week
cualquier fin de semana: any weekend
cualquier mes: any month
cualquier año: any year

algún momento: some time
algún día: some day
alguna semana: some week
algún fin de semana: some weekend
algún mes: some month
algún año: some year

¿Cuándo? - When?
¿Cuánto tiempo […]? - How long […]?
¿Cuántos días/ meses/ años […]? - How many days/ months/ years […]?
¿Desde cuándo […]? - Since when[…]?
¿Hace cuánto tiempo (que) […]? - Since when […]? (same as previous one)
¿Hasta cuándo […]? - Until when […]? By when […]?
¿Para cuándo […]? - By when […]?

Tener tiempo: To have time
No tener tiempo: To don’t have time
Tardarse: to take time

el cumpleaños: birthday
¿Cuándo es tu cumpleaños? - When it’s your birthday?
Es el 2 de marzo: It’s on March 2nd

el aniversario: anniversary
la cita: appointment; date
las vacaciones: vacation
el día festivo/ feriado: the holiday
la fecha límite: due date
la fecha de vencimiento: expiration date
la fecha de entrega: due date (for school/work projects, homework…)

I hope this was helpful. 
If you have more, please share it with us :)

Short introduction to NUMEROLOGY

What is numerology?
Numerology is the study of the symbolism of numbers. It is used to determine a person’s personality, strengths and talents, obstacles, inner needs, emotional reactions and ways of dealing with others.

Numerology can be a tool that helps you to understand yourself and loved ones better. You can also use numerology to examine your life, take advantage of unexplored opportunities, where to go next in life.

How do find your number?
It is many ways that is used to calculate your life path number. The most used one is birthdate+month+year.

Example: 8th February 1968 = 8+2+1+9+6+8 = 34 = 3+4 = 7.
or: 30th December 1993 = 3+0+1+2+1+9+93 = 28 = 2+8 = 1 + 0 = 1.

The life path numbers you can get is 1 - 9. You can also get what is called “master numbers” which is 11, 22 and 33. If you calculate your life path number and get 22 or 33, you don´t need to split it up to 2+2 = 4 or 3+3=6. Also if your last calculation ends up to be 11, you don´t need to split up that one either.

Example: 30th December 1994 = 3+0+1+2+1+9+9+4 = 29 = 2+9 = 11.

What does your life path number mean?
Life path 1
- A life of action and achievement, very active, original and creative. Independent and very much a leader. Must be more self sufficient, make own decisions and use talents. 

Life path 2 - A life of co-operation, loving, warm, do not like to be alone and can be extremely supportive in friendships and partnerships. They need to learn not to put themselves above others and not to be over-emotional in their relationships. 

Life path 3 -The most creative of people, can be fun loving and enjoy socializing, more than any other number. Very bright, full of ideas. Need to use talents and self expression or they become very moody and depressive, can be very jealous. 

Life path 4 - A life of hard work and effort but they do provide for their family. Great at organizing and making things work. Must apply themselves to work and detail and not put off doing things and avoid letting arguments get out of hand. 

Life path 5 - A very varied and changeable life, they need freedom to achieve success. A life of travel, change and opportunity on all levels. Can mis-use their freedom or be lazy, can indulge in alcohol and or drugs, must avoid thoughtlessness. 

Life path 6 - They rise quickly to success and power but often need to make many adjustments in their life. Can be too dominating and try to avoid their responsibilities. They need to remember that perfection rarely exists. 

Life path 7 - Interesting and philosophical people who go their own way, seeking a peaceful sort of life. old, aloof, distant, sharp tongued, need to be more outgoing.

Life path 8 - A life of money, power and material gain, great potential for financial success. Need to avoid being overly obsessed with money and power. 

Life path 9 - Usually World travelers interested in helping other people, very understanding. They need to keep the emotions in balance or relationships will come under pressure.

Life path 11 - Highly intelligent, very intuitive and idealistic but capable of being extremely warm. The challenge is to not be overwhelmed by their gifts. Fears and phobias would be the downside of this number. They may also seem at times indecisive, impractical, nervous, and moody.  

Life path 22 - Highly intelligent with a universal outlook, capable of creating large projects that can change the world. Interested in all kind of subjects. They can be overwhelmed by their own potential, and fear of failure, they may at times seem dictatorial, insensitive, and overbearing. 

Life path 33 - Prominent talents in caregiving. His or her affection for all the living souls in this world is almost limitless. Because you are so giving you might have a tendency to become a slave to others and neglect your own needs in the process.

How many % in the world has the same life path as me?
Life Path 1 - 10%
Life Path 2 - 5%
Life Path 3 - 10%
Life Path 4 - 7%
Life Path 5 - 10%
Life Path 6 - 10%
Life Path 7 - 12%
Life Path 8 - 11%
Life Path 9 - 10%
Life Path 11 - 9%
Life Path 22 - 4%
Life Path 33 - 2%

  • dean: *beating the shit out of ketch*
  • me: my precious sunshine child

e ora che tu vivi la tua vita,
e io vivo la mia,
cosa è rimasto?
di me, che cosa ricordi?
mi basterebbe averti lasciato anche solo mezza ragione per sorridere,
che mi ricordassi,
qualche volta, tra un pensiero ed un altro,
niente di importante, non voglio essere niente di più
ma dimmi,
dopo tutto quello che c'è stato,
come facciamo a non essere più
a non parlarci più,
a fingere di non essere mai esistiti
come si cancellano le persone?
ti prego,
come si fa a lasciare andare?

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1. She isn’t naturally shy, but she tends to be shy initially because being forthcoming hasn’t always worked in the past. When she starts to behave around you the way she acts around her closest friends, she’s letting you in emotionally.

2. She might not reach out to make plans, because she doesn’t want to be shut down or rejected, especially early on. Instead, she’ll respond by making sure you know how much she appreciates you taking initiative, and will be open to trying new things when you propose them.

3. She stopped herself from just blowing you off. She’s trying. Trying to believe that you aren’t just anyone. Trying to believe your first move won’t be to hurt her.

4. She wants to love blindly, but she can’t because before you met her, she learned exactly what can happen when you wholeheartedly put all your faith in one person: They can leave. But her belief in that big, unattainable love exists and if she’s giving you a chance it means you have qualities she thinks could fit with hers. She wouldn’t bother otherwise.

5. She’ll ask you too many questions. It’s partially because she wants to get to know you and partially a defense mechanism – if you’re talking about yourself it saves her talking about her own life, which she’s not sure she’s ready for yet.

6. She will be overly protective of her family life. When someone has difficulty trusting, remember that it might not be the result of an ex. It could be her family life that left her with fear of abandonment, which is often revealed if that’s a subject she strays from.

7. She’ll find excuses to touch you because she associates touch with comfort and wants you to feel at ease with her. Women with trust issues will go above and beyond to make you feel secure, because they don’t want to make anyone feel insecurities they’ve dealt with.

8. She’ll make sure you know her identifying qualities by showing you what she likes outside the realm of romance and dating. While she might not be ready to talk about old relationships, she’ll want to show your more of herself than just restaurant preferences and affinity for certain movies, or dessert.

9. She’ll consider making plans with you in the future – but not too far in advance. If she’s really interested, she’ll say yes to concert tickets, or an event a few weeks or a month down the road. But if it’s still new, making plans 6 months from now is too much. Don’t invite her to your brother’s wedding just yet.

10. She’ll talk about the future in generalizations – not so she doesn’t freak you out, so she doesn’t freak herself out.

11. If she calls you out on something that bothered her, she’s beginning to trust you. She’d typically brush it off, ignore it, or phase you out if you did something to upset her. But if she’s willing to explain how you made her feel in a specific instance, she thinks you’re worth keeping around.

12. If she doesn’t demand commitment from you right away, it doesn’t mean she’s not interested in that eventually. She takes commitment seriously and doesn’t want to rush. Fear of rejection means biding your time before putting yourself in a vulnerable position.

13. She’ll be over protective of you around her friends, even before you realize she cared about you. She knows how it feels to have someone else not stick up for her, and doesn’t ever want you to feel that way.

14. The more she likes you, the higher her expectations will be. (But if she sees how hard you try, she’s also more apt to be forgiving.)

15. She will appear to not need you and it’s through no fault of your own. She doesn’t want to appear to rely on anyone but herself because people who are hesitant to trust don’t want to openly admit that they need anyone else to be happy.

16. You’ll know she’s going for longevity if she opens up to you about why she has trouble trusting people in the first place. She won’t lay it out for you, but she’ll give you pieces from her past relationships, or share a small bit of the story about who hurt her. She’ll want you to understand where she’s coming from, and she’ll want to understand anything that hurt you too.

—  Maya Kachroo- Levine, 16 Ways Women Who Have Difficulty Trusting Show They Care About You