Skeletal reconstruction of an English Longbowman-  Lifelong training left its mark on the archer. We can actually identify a longbowman’s skeleton by the damage they have done to their bones; otherwise rare defects show up along the shoulder blades, wrists, and elbows. The act of drawing back hundreds of pounds of force every day, hundreds of times per day, strained ligaments and bones to such an extent that some skeletons even started growing extra bone to compensate. Their devotion to their skill permanently changed their bodies enough that we can still identify them hundreds of years later. Few other professions can so easily claim the same.

Rare English Words 2

Corybantic – frenzied; agitated; unrestrained

Divagate – to wanter; stray

Circumlocution – a roundabout or indirect way or speaking; using more words than necessary

Progenitor – ancestor

Ideate – imagine

Ophidian – of, relating to, or denoting snakes

Lambent – playing lightly on or over a surface; flickering

Disenthrall – free; liberate

Ambrosial – exceptionally pleasing to taste or smell; delicious; fragrant

Perfervid – overwrought or exaggerated emotion; excessively fervent


16.05.18 may and study time

I started the day from the library; it was so pleasant beautiful. And then I got a hello gift for the summer with my friend, and then my friend and I solved English together for 1 hours. I made a cup of coffee and read my lovely book. Don’t forget to drink plenty of water and love your life. See u again, xx!

100 reasons to learn a foreign language

1) To travel

2) To communicate with people from other countries

3) To make friends from other countries

4) To study abroad

5) To find a job or an internship abroad

6) To read books in their original language

7) To watch movies and TV shows with the original voices

8) To understand music in other languages

9) To discover and understand new cultures

10) To understand new words and idioms, which means that you will have new ways of expressing yourself

11) To discover new foods and recipes from all over the world

12) To have more job opportunities

13) To get a better job, with more possibilities

14) To understand the world a bit better

15) To watch the news or read newspapers in another language, so that you can gain other information and see the world from another point of view

16) To learn traditions and customs from other countries

17) To be more open-minded

18) To train your brain

19) To have a new challenge

20) To avoid illnesses such as Alzheimer or dementia

21) To brag to your friends and family about being bilingual

22) To meet your soulmate from another country

23) To have more youtube content to watch

24) To make your parents / family proud

25) To learn the language of your ancestors

26) To learn the native language of your partner

27) To learn the native language of your best friend

28) To give yourself a reason to watch cartoons

29) To be able to watch Disney movies in different languages

30) To learn more about history, geography and geopolitics 

31) To be able to sing in more than one language

32) To raise bilingual children

33) To be able to help lost tourists in your city

34) To be able to ask for help when you’re lost in a foreign city

35) To not have regrets later

36) To be able to read more resources when you’re researching for an essay

37) To become a more interesting person

38) To have something to do in your free time

39) To meet more interesting people

40) To see your culture from another perspective

41) To be a traveler, not a tourist

42) To be able to bargain the prices when you’re traveling

43) To escape from tourist traps

44) To share amazing experiences with the locals  

45) To become more creative

46) To read memes from different countries

47) To become a citizen of the world

48) To laugh at how crazy your native language and your native culture is

49) To laugh at how hard your target language is

50) To understand jokes in another language

51) To participate more efficiently and responsively in a multi-cultural world

52) To teach your native language abroad

53) To learn to respect everyone and human nature

54) To appreciate cultural diversity

55) To help immigrants who arrive in your country and don’t speak the language yet

56) To watch sports competitions in another language

57) To understand all the Eurovision’s song

58) To be proud of yourself when you master a new aspect of your target language

59) To appreciate the variations of dialects of a foreign language

60) To get a tattoo in a foreign language

61) To volunteer abroad

62) To watch Netflix TV shows from other countries

63) To go from hearing random songs to hearing a language you understand

64) To learn how to make new sounds

65) To improve your CV

66) To say a secret out loud to a friend and have no one else understand you

67) To understand people speaking a foreign language on the bus

68) To be more open and tolerant

69) To always have something new to share

70) To become a better version of yourself

71) To say yes to more adventures

72) To learn how to greet people in tons of different ways

73) To talk to your pets in another language

74) To feel like you’re traveling in time

75) To make foreigners feel welcome in your country

76) To learn how to read and write in a foreign alphabet

77) To read street signs in other countries

78) To learn how to swear in another language

79) To help deaf people fit in society it you’re learning a sign language

80) To learn while you’re young

81) To learn while you have time

82) To read poems in their original language

83) To have people tell you that you have a cute accent

84) To become an inspiration for other language learners

85) To speak more languages than your friends and family

86) To stand out from the crowd

87) To help save an endangered language

88) To learn more about linguistics

89) To grow as a person

90) To help people who are struggling with your native language or target languages

91) To translate crazy phrases on Duolingo

92) To talk with kids who don’t speak your native language

93) Because learning languages is an epic adventure

94) Because so many languages will sound good to your ears

95) Because it’s fun

96) Because it’s rewarding

97) Because the language learning community is amazing

98) Because there’s no reason not to learn languages

99) Because you won’t regret it

100) Because you don’t actually need a reason

Hope you guys like it and agree with it :) Add more reasons if you want!