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So how do y'all feel about multies?
  • So how do y'all feel about multies? Personally, I like them. I use them and they offer a more creative challenge to your writing, especially when starting out. I find them easy when staying simple, but once you add more syllables to rhyme to like 4 or 6, well, I sometimes find myself stuck in a rut after that. Then once you use certain rhyme schemes like a..."ABBACC" rhyme scheme, you get a kinda good feel about yourself. For the record, I've never done that.

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If you're using syllable structured form in poetry....
newyearsjay answered your question: I get confused with syllables…is the word neon one or two?

I would say two

elibird replied to your post: I get confused with syllables…is the word neon one or two?

2 in my book. Knee-on.

That’s what I thought, but the first and third syllable counters I tried indicated one. I guess with poetry, you can play hard and fast with the specifics of syllables to make the phrase work.

So I’m trying out creating some Tanka poetry. It’s a five line Japanese form in which the syllables you use in each line works like this; 5, 7, 5, 7, 7. I had the bare bones of a poem sitting in my drafts page for over a year, and decided to restructure it into Tanka when I couldn’t get to sleep last night.

"Neon" is a strange one, because if you think of the sounds of a word starting and ending with the opening and closing of the mouth, then neon would just be one syllable. If you say it faster than you would usually say it, it feels like just one syllable, but in regularly speed it feels like it should be two.

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But first, I must comment….

See we know it’s a complete AU, because  yet again, DeadFire is not only alive, but speaking in complete, grammatically correct (or reasonably so) sentences with multisyllabic words. I love it when not only do they try to give Bagel Hook’s storyline (and make no mistake, it’s ALWAYS been Hook’s), but his vocabulary and personality, as well.

Also, so does this mean in their perfect headcanon, SparkleKreeper glamored himself as his son to hit on his wife? Cause A) not incest, but still kinda freaky. B) aren’t they always bagging on us about how for (absolutely no reasons) CS is incest? And does he glamored as his son just not feel jealous (even though Hook has never had “those feelings” for Belle, either) and possessive? 

Also, what difference does it make whether or not Goldemorte is his own DO self or Cruella/Maleficent/Ursula becomes the DO? They’re all baddies doing bad shit….and is this supposed to be Belle’s “punishment” for standing up for herself? 

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The X-Files New Series: 5 Reasons To Be Excited

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The X-Files was one of the oddest, creepiest, and most unlikely shows ever to explode into mainstream success on network television. Airing for nine seasons from 1993 – 2002, the series followed the exploits of FBI Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully as they investigated the paranormal. He was a believer with a spooky reputation; she was a skeptic assigned to debunk his work. They were nerdy and brilliant and smokin’ hot. They chased after aliens with badges and guns and flashlights. They spoke in monotones and used words so gratuitously multisyllabic that audiences felt smarter just for getting the gist.

It was awesome.

The unprecedented success of this bizarre show inspired two films. Fight the Future premiered in the middle of X-Files mania in 1998, bridging the gap between Seasons 5 and 6 of the show and giving viewers a whole new reason to hate bees. I Want to Believe premiered in 2008, bringing Mulder and Scully back for the first time after the series finale. Ever since, legions of fans – known among themselves as X-Philes – have been yearning for more.

It comes as no surprise that the prospect of a miniseries – finally confirmed on March 24 – featuring the return of the dynamic duo has thrilled Philes all over the world. With a 13-year gap since their last adventures on television, however, the odds of the new episodes falling short of expectations are disarmingly high. Nevertheless, it’s much more fun to want to believe that a return to the X-Files phenomenon of the 90s will manage to take the world by storm yet again. So, here are five major reasons why the miniseries run of The X-Files could be fantastic.

Warning: lots of show spoilers ahead.

REPEATED AND DOUBLE COMPARATIVES

Repeated comparatives:

These are used to describe the gradually change of something over time.

Form: Comparative(more,less) + and + comparative(more,less) + multisyllabe adjective

Examples: She is becoming more and more lazy.

                 Nowadays, there are less and less respectful people.


Double comparatives:

These are used to explain a change, caused by a change of something else.

Form: the + comparative + subject + verb, the + comparative + subject + verb

Examples: The more time I study, the higher grade I will have.

                 The funnier it gets, the faster it finishes.


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1. People are becoming less and less intelligent.

2. The globe is becoming hotter and hotter because the Ozone Layer is damaged.

3. The more I use Twitter, the more I liked its top trends.

4. The more you use new media, the funnier it becomes.

5. The speeder broadband becomes, the easier it is to transmit information to your friends

Noun declensions

So, with my new lang I’m having some fun with nouns. It’s relatively regular, which is a bit boring, but hey, I’m experimenting with consonant mutations and ablaut for plural.  SO FIRST PLURALS SINCE THEY’RE RELATIVELY SIMPLE.

FIRST THING YOU NEED TO KNOW IS THAT IT’S GOT VOWEL HARMONY. The harmony groups are 

1st: [a ɨ øː] <a y o>, and 2nd: [e i yː] <e i ý>. There’s also the neutral vowel [u] <u>. So first up, to make a monosyllabic noun plural, just add the suffix -e. The harmony group doesn’t matter. For multisyllabic nouns, you change the first vowel of the noun to its equivalent in the other harmony group. So for example, “Konha”, [ˈkøːɲa], when in plural becomes “Kýnha”. When you have the first vowel of a word as [u], then the [u] changes to [uɾu]. 

Quménet [quˈmænet] (Pot) > Quruménet [quɾuˈmænet].

SO CASES. INITIAL CONSONANTS MUTATE IN THIS WAY FOR CERTAIN CASES. HERE’S HOW THEY DO.

Alveolar stops > palatal stops
Uvular stops > Velar stops
Velar stops > Palatal velar stops
Bilabial stops > Bilabial fricatives (written <ph> and and <bh>)
Uvular fricative > Voiced palatal fricative (written as <rh>)
Bilabial fricatives > No change
Velar fricative > No change
Word initial vowel > No change
Everything else > Palatalized everything else

Oh yeah, these declensions with no suffix implies ergative case. If you add the suffix -(e/a)n, it’s dative. If you add the suffix -(u)m, it’s genitive. SO YEAH, CASES. AND PLURALS TOO.


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Elai Kamanga also known by his pseudonym Marcus Damascus is a pioneering hip hop artist born in South Africa currently based in Dublin, Ireland. His style is post-kanye, post-lil wayne with a mixture of Urban and New School, with his multisyllabic rhymes and his calm and collected delivery. His unique deep voice makes you hang on to every word. Major influences of his music come from Michael Jackson, Jimi Hendrix, Notorious B.I.G., Nas and Eminem.He Released his first Music Video In & Out on youtube in 2013 which will be featured on his new EP

akanekoganei asked:

And before you tell me I'm "new to the internet", I've been using blogging sites and chans and forums before you could even spell multisyllabic words. Trust me, you're really bringing nothing new to the table, sport. Stay in school. <3

“I’ve been using blogging sites and chans and forums before you could even spell multisyllabic words”

“Chans”

And you haven’t learned a goddamn thing.

If anyone should stay in school, You should stay in the school of knowing what your talking about.

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The X-Files New Series: 5 Reasons To Be Excited

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The X-Files was one of the oddest, creepiest, and most unlikely shows ever to explode into mainstream success on network television. Airing for nine seasons from 1993 – 2002, the series followed the exploits of FBI Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully as they investigated the paranormal. He was a believer with a spooky reputation; she was a skeptic assigned to debunk his work. They were nerdy and brilliant and smokin’ hot. They chased after aliens with badges and guns and flashlights. They spoke in monotones and used words so gratuitously multisyllabic that audiences felt smarter just for getting the gist.

It was awesome.

The unprecedented success of this bizarre show inspired two films. Fight the Future premiered in the middle of X-Files mania in 1998, bridging the gap between Seasons 5 and 6 of the show and giving viewers a whole new reason to hate bees. I Want to Believe premiered in 2008, bringing Mulder and Scully back for the first time after the series finale. Ever since, legions of fans – known among themselves as X-Philes – have been yearning for more.

It comes as no surprise that the prospect of a miniseries – finally confirmed on March 24 – featuring the return of the dynamic duo has thrilled Philes all over the world. With a 13-year gap since their last adventures on television, however, the odds of the new episodes falling short of expectations are disarmingly high. Nevertheless, it’s much more fun to want to believe that a return to the X-Files phenomenon of the 90s will manage to take the world by storm yet again. So, here are five major reasons why the miniseries run of The X-Files could be fantastic.

Warning: lots of show spoilers ahead.

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The X-Files New Series: 5 Reasons To Be Excited

The X-Files New Series: 5 Reasons To Be ExcitedFox

The X-Files was one of the oddest, creepiest, and most unlikely shows ever to explode into mainstream success on network television. Airing for nine seasons from 1993 – 2002, the series followed the exploits of FBI Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully as they investigated the paranormal. He was a believer with a spooky reputation; she was a skeptic assigned to debunk his work. They were nerdy and brilliant and smokin’ hot. They chased after aliens with badges and guns and flashlights. They spoke in monotones and used words so gratuitously multisyllabic that audiences felt smarter just for getting the gist.

It was awesome.

The unprecedented success of this bizarre show inspired two films. Fight the Future premiered in the middle of X-Files mania in 1998, bridging the gap between Seasons 5 and 6 of the show and giving viewers a whole new reason to hate bees. I Want to Believe premiered in 2008, bringing Mulder and Scully back for the first time after the series finale. Ever since, legions of fans – known among themselves as X-Philes – have been yearning for more.

It comes as no surprise that the prospect of a miniseries – finally confirmed on March 24 – featuring the return of the dynamic duo has thrilled Philes all over the world. With a 13-year gap since their last adventures on television, however, the odds of the new episodes falling short of expectations are disarmingly high. Nevertheless, it’s much more fun to want to believe that a return to the X-Files phenomenon of the 90s will manage to take the world by storm yet again. So, here are five major reasons why the miniseries run of The X-Files could be fantastic.

Warning: lots of show spoilers ahead.