lol verbs

Kriffing stars, you two!” Bodhi exclaims.

Jyn and Cassian spring apart, so abruptly Jyn makes a sound like a startled animal and Cassian almost falls off the pilot’s seat, as if that would be good enough to erase what Bodhi had seen when he stormed into the cockpit.

“Can you guys save this for later? Like when you have a room?” Bodhi continues, fully aware of the red rising in Jyn’s cheeks, matching the angry looking marks on her neck. He loved teasing new couples. 

“Is everyone okay? I heard a lot of noise for a person delivering a status report to two peo- oh Jyn, your body temperature is rising rapidly,” Kay leans in the the doorway. 

“I’m fine, Kay,” Jyn snarls. 

“You don’t look fine.”

“She’s fine Kay. Bodhi, take Kay back with you.”

“You don’t look fine either, Cassian. Your heart rate is much higher than your normal resting rate, and your face is incredibly pale. Should I administer treatment for shock?” Kay continues. Bodhi couldn’t tell if Kay was doing it on purpose, but couldn’t help but chuckle. 

“Kay. We’re good. Go take Bodhi with you to check the inventory. We’re set for landing soon.” 

“Actually, Cassian, we still have approximately two standard hours bef-” 

Kay.” Cassian looks pained. 

“Let’s go,” Bodhi says, pulling Kay by the arm, failing to hide the smirk on his face. “He knows how to get Jyn back to normal, right Cass?” Jyn looks mortified.

“I don’t think his methods would be better than mine,” Kay replies and Bodhi doubles over with laughter. Cassian glares at Bodhi as he and the droid head back to the hold. 

New couples, man. Wait till Luke heard about this one. 

Verb Explanations: Haber

¡Hola! Today we’re going to talk about the Spanish verb Haber. Haber is one of the verbs that are ESSENTIAL to learn due to the usage in idiomatic expressions and compound tenses. In this post, we’ll explore the various forms of Haber and their usages.

Infinitivo: Haber

English Definition: To have (done); to be (state of being, idiomatic)

Participio Presente: habiendo

Habiendo olvidado, no respondió al mensaje.

Having forgotten, he didn't respond to the message.

Participio Pasado: Habido

Han habido incidentes.

There had been accidents.

Presente (Indicativo):

He hecho la comida.

I have made the food.

This tense is a very widely used due to its usage as an auxiliary verb. In perfect tenses (I have…), Haber serves as the auxiliary verb. The translation of this form to “have” is confusing for many, because it is not the same thing as tener. Tener is a transitive possessive verb meaning to have something; however, haber is used as the auxiliary verb saying this action has been completed and it is in the past.

Pretérito:

Hubo una tormenta.

There was a storm.

Imperfecto:

Había cocinado solamente la carne cuándo él comió todo.

I had only cooked the meat when he ate everything.

Futuro:

Habrá tráfico hoy.

There will be traffic today.

Condicional:

Yo habría hecho eso si regresara.

I would have done that if he had returned.

Presente del subjuntivo:

Ojalá que haya trabajos para mí cuando salgo escuela.

I hope that there are jobs for me when I leave school.

Imperfecto del subjuntivo:

Yo estaría feliz si él hubiera hecho esto.

I would be happy if he had done this.

Las frases idiomático:

Hay que —- It is necessary to

Había una vez —- Once Upon a Time


There you go! A short explanation of this very useful verb in Spanish!

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Get your mind out of the gutter on that last one. :p

Thank you all so, so much for 6,000 followers! I’m so sorry it took me a few days to post anything about it. (I’ve been out of town doing bridesmaid stuff. :3) Honestly, it floors me every time I hit another milestone like this. I’m just so, so glad you all like the blog, even as it’s branching out somewhat beyond parks&rec. Always, your comments and messages mean so much to me, and it means the absolute world when I can make somebody laugh or brighten their day a little. You guys are all awesomesauce. <3 I freakin’ love all of ya. 

Please enjoy this weirdo photo-edited wordplay nonsense. Once I realized, I couldn’t resist. X3

Just a quick explanation for my new followers 😉

The person I talk about the most in this blog is someone named Halt. Now, his name isn’t a verb lol it’s the first name of a fictional character from one of my all-time favorite series, Ranger’s Apprentice. I call him that because he has the exact same personality and looks of the major character Halt O'Carrick. Plus, his relationship with Will Treaty is very similar to our relationship, Halt is a wonderful mentor to me that, although he’s very abrasive on the outside, he has a big and selfless heart when it comes to people he cares about 💜

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Jun eating takoyaki, burning his mouth, and feeding kissmes~ (´艸`〃)

pinkshiori  asked:

YOU have no right to complain about the French gender system ! Not when English has the most obscure syntax and inconsistent stress system ! Do yo have any idea how hard it was to understand even the concept of phrasal verbs ?! :)

lol I guess someone who spoke French would say English’s stress system is inconsistent, what with your “We don’t have stress!” “system”. Could be worse! Could be Slavic! Anyway, French is headed down the phrasal verb root anyway. Half your conjugations sound the same! Spelling can only save it for so long!

Anyway, I’m sure your gender system is hale and hearty. I’m sure it will outlast all the world’s great empires and even 60 Minutes. Seas will rise, mountains will fall, but French toilets will remain steadfastly feminine. You can set your horloge by it.