I’ve been wanting to do this Soulmate AU for a long time but I haven’t known how to make it unique. But I was talking to @didsomeonesayprince and was given the absolute coolest idea ever. I still hadn’t ever sat down to write it but then @loverofpizzaandallthingssweet requested it! So here we are! Into the thing!
Pairing: LAMP/CALM, polysanders, polyamsanders
Summary: HumanAU, SoulmateAU where you can’t see color until you meet your soulmate.
Side Note: This got out of hand. It is the longest thing I have posted this far. So.. Just a warning.
Patton walked cheerily down the street with his gentle giant of a pet, a Bernese Mountain Dog named Sander. It was just like any other Saturday, he took his big snuggle monster of a dog out for a nice long walk around the park and then they went and ran errands around town. They were hitting the height of summer and it was only getting hotter and hotter in Florida.
DONT SLEEP ON ROSE IT’S THE FIRST COMEBACK WE’LL HAVE OF OT6 SINCE YONGGUK WENT ON HIATUS CAN WE PLEASE GET THEM CHARTING AND WINNING AWARDS AND MORE POPULARITY??? TELL YOUR MOM, DAD, GRANDMA, NEIGHBOR, DOG, AND LAMP POST TO BUY AND STREAM THE ALBUM AND WATCH THE MV WHEN IT COMES OUT!!!
Today I spent 4 hours volunteering at the charity shop which was very quiet. Although I did manage to sell £20 worth of jewellery to 1 lady and got to pet/give treats to 3 dogs. I also got the news yesterday that my old flat has a new tenant so I decided to treat myself to some jumpers from New Look and booked Eurostar tickets to go see my friend in Paris in November. I also got a Himalayan salt lamp in the hopes that will help my mood and sleep. And even if it doesn’t at least it looks pretty.
inanimate nouns - they name objects, things (except from people and animals)
animate nouns - they name people and animals
Okay, but why should we be aware of animacy? It’s all because of declension of nouns. An inanimate, masculine/neuter nouns have the same form of nominative and accusative (nominative=accusative). But an animate, masculine/neuter nouns have the same form of genitive and accusative (genitive=accusative).
Is it all THAT obvious? Unfortunately, no - as usual in Slavic languages.