number 1 single


13 is unlucky for some, including Ed Sheeran whose thirteen-week stint at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart has come to an end.

Harry Styles scores his first Number 1 as a solo artist with debut single Sign Of The Times. Taken from his fortchoming self-titled debut album, due for release May 12, Sign Of The Times pipped Ed’s Shape Of You to the top spot by just over 3,000 copies, the track has been downloaded 39,000 times and accumulated 3.5 million streams in the seven days since its release.

How to spot an Abby account

Tagging @weavemama because abby WILL make multiple accounts.
When she makes a new account, the name has a beginning, middle, and an end.
Possible beginnings:
•Selly (Selena Gomez)
•Ari (Ariana Grande)
Possible middles:
•apt (her initials)
•Paris (she’s made several ParisParises)
•Boo (mostly found following Selly or Ari)
Possible endings:
•1(single number)1 (151, 161, 171) most common is 161
If i think of more i will post them!!!

Edit: okay to reblog if she has harassed you but PLEASE hide this post from her.


If I’m not mistaken, this is like a radio drama(?) wherein the main guy comes home to find there’s a voice message from his family on the phone, and each family member takes turns giving him a message.

1) Listen to the video. (LISTEN UNTIL THE END. SRSLY.)
2) Guess the number of seiyuus present with Akira Ishida (he’s obvious since he’s the picture lol)
3) HINT: (It doesn’t need to be a 1:1 ratio of characters)
4) ANSWER: See the end of tags. NO SPOILER.

Charity Single for Grenfell Tower Reaches No.1 After Two Hours of Being Released

The charity single titled ‘Bridge over Troubled Water’ featuring various British artists was released yesterday and already became the number 1 single on iTunes just after two hours.

The single is to raise money for those that have been affected by the Grenfell Tower fire where over 70 people have been confirmed dead, another 70 are still missing and over 300 residents have been left without a home.

Simon Cowell organised for Garfunkel’s classic song to be covered by more than 50 well-known artists. Some of the artists featured on the single include; Liam Payne, Stormzy, Emeli Sande, Rita Ora and many more. 

The music video for the single shows many of the residents standing together as a choir and also shows some of the horrific photos of when the tragic fire took place.

Rapper Stormzy opens the song with his moving verse. ‘I refuse to be silenced, I refuse to neglect you’.

‘Bridge over Troubled Water’ is now available to purchase with proceeds going to the victims of Grenfell Tower.

Zahra Diesow

  1. 15.09.2015 - YG releases iKON’s Warm-up single “My type”
  2. iKON stays number #1 on national and international charts for more than 10 days (takes place of songs that stayed on #1 for weeks)
  3. 15.09.2015 - iKON hits melon roof for the 18th time leaving bands like exo with 15 hits and beast with 16 hits behind (first ever rookie band to hit melon chart on their debut)
  4. 26.09.2015 - iKON wins on MBC “Music Core” with their warm-up single “My type” (first rookie band to win without promoting)
  5. 27.09.2015 “My type” hits 6 Million views on youtube after only 12 days 
  6. 27.09.2015 - iKON’s first win with “My type” on Inkigayo
  7. 01.10.2015 - YG releases iKON half album + 2 title track MV’s (rythm ta & Airplane)
  8. 01.10.2015 - iKON’s half-album clinches the #1 spot on the iTunes chart of 11 countries
  9. 03.10.2015 - iKON holds debut concert “Showtime” in front of over 13,000 people (tickets were sold out in seconds)
  10. 04.10.2015 - iKON performs their officially debut stage on Inkigayo
  11. 04.10.2015 - iKON’s second win with “My type” on Inkigayo (just 3 days after their official debut)
  12. 05.10.2015 - iKON takes #1 spot on “Melon popularity award” for the first week of october
  13. 8.10.2015 - iKONs #4 win in total after debut. This time on M! Countdown for “Rhythm ta”
  14. 5-10.10.2015 - iKON Half Album is #1 on “Tower Records” Japan’s Top 10 KPOP Albums for 2nd week of October!
  15. 12.10.2015 - iKON wins “Melon weekly choice awards” for the 3rd time
  16. 27.10.2015 - iKON achives a Trophy all-kill for “Melon weekly popularity Award”! 5 weeks = 5 trophies
  17. 28.10.2015 - iKONs half album (with 26.000 copies) on #16 of “Worlds Top 20 most selling albums” (even before artists like Sam Smith)
  18. 30.10.2015 - iKON is nominated for “Best new male artist” for MAMA 2015
  19. 07.11.2015 - iKON wins Melon Music Award for “Best new male artist”
  20. 11.11.2015 - iKON gets #4 on “Top 15 total downloads for male idol groups 2015” with 1,537,095 downloads in total & gets #9 on “Top 15 downloaded songs by male idol groups in 2015” for “my type” with 720,225 downloads right after EXOs “Call me baby” with 728,526 downloads
  21. 16.11.2015 - YG releases “Anthem”“Apology” MV’s at 00:00 KST
  22. 16.11.2015 - “Apology” hits Melon roof for the first time at 00:00 KST
  23. 16.11.2015 - “Apology” & “Anthem” Nr. 1 & Nr. 2 on Naver Music Top 100 (just hours after the release)
  24. 16.11.2015“Apology” ranked #1 in all (8) major music charts & “Anthem#2
  25. 16.11.2015 - IKON creates sensation upon comeback. Third time to sweep Nr. 1 on all major music charts in Korea in a row
  26. 17.11.2015“Apology” MV reaches 1M views on Youtube (just one day after its release)
  27. 18.11.2015 - “Anthem” MV reaches 1M views on Youtube (just two days after its release)
  28. 21.11.2015 - iKON holds fanmeet at „National indoor stadium“ in Bejing (with 18,000 seats)
  29. 23.11.2015 - iKON wins Melon’s “Popular Artist of the week” for the 6th time!
  30. 26.11.2015 - iKON’s new song “APOLOGY” takes No.1 on two of Gaon’s weekly charts
  31. 27.11.2015 - “My Type” MV reaches 15M views on Youtube
  32. 29.11.2015 - IKON’s “Apology” takes Nr. 1 spot on Inkigayo Charts, (5th win) IKON has three Number 1 singles now!
  33. 02.12.2015 - iKON wins the “Rookie of the Year” Award at 2015 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA)
  34. 24.12.2015 - iKON releases their debut album 100 days after the release of their first song “My Type”
  35. 24.12. 2015 - iKON releases 2 new MV’s What’s wrong & Dumb & Dumber
  36. 24.12.2015 - iKON takes No.1 on seven music charts with new songs of their debut full album
  37. 24.12. 2015 - “DUMB&DUMBER” takes No.1 on Melon, Korea’s biggest music-streaming website, as well as Soribada and NAVER Music“I MISS YOU SO BAD” is in the top on Bugs, Genie, and Mnet, and “WHAT’S WRONG?“ on Olleh Music
  38. 24.12.2015 - iKON is stays No.1 on iTunes chart of Asian countries including Macao, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam
  39. 28.12.2015 - iKON banner is open on iTunes main page of USA, Japan, and Pan Asia countries Hong Kong, Indonesia, Macao, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam
  40. 30.12.2015 - IKON receives the “Best Group Award” at Netease Attitude Awards
  41. 6+7.01.2016 - All tickets for iKONCERT (10,000 seats) sold out in exactly 10 minutes (for both days)
  42. 07.01.2016 - iKON’s first full-length album debuts at Nr. 2 on Billboard’s “World albums chart”
  43. 08.01.2016 - „My type’ ranked #3 place on Music Bank (even 5 month after release)
  44. 13.01.2016 - iKON releases their debut Japanese album, “Welcome Back” (japan debut)
  45. 14.01.2016 - iKON wins #1 on M!Countdown (dumb & dumber)
  46. 14.01.2015 - iKON wins the “Best New Male Artist” Award at the 2016 Seoul Music Awards (4th Music Award win in total)
  47. 14.01.2016 - iKON’s japanese debut album “WELCOME BACK” sales 53,207 units on its first day
  48. 15.01.2016 - iKON takes No. 1 on the Oricon Charts in Japan (at the same time as their japanese debut)
  49. 20.01.2016 - iKON wins “Rookie of the year” at Golden Disk Awards 2016 (5th Music Award win in total // 4th time to win “Rookie of the year”)
  50. 21.01.2016 - iKON wins #1 on M!Countdown (dumb & dumber)
  51. 27.01.2016“My Type” hits 20 M views on Youtube
  52. 28.01.2016 - iKON wins #1 on M!Countdown with “Dumb & Dumber” (3 weeks in a row/triple crown)
  53. 17.02.2016 - iKON wins “Best New Male Artist” at Gaon Chart Awards 2016
  54. 17.02.2016 - iKON wins “Artist of the Year” for September 2015 (digital) at Gaon Chart Awards 2016
  55. 17.02.2016 - iKON reportedly 1st ever group to have a “Rookie Award Grand Slam” since SHINee 8 years ago!
  56. 29.02.2016“Rhythm-Ta” hits 20M views on youtube
  57. 02.03.2016“Airplane” hits 10M views on youtube
  58. 10.03.2016 - “Apology” hits 10M views on youtube
  59. 23.03.2016 - iKON wins “Album of the year by media” at the QQ Music Award
  60. 23.03.2016 - iKON wins “Best new force group” at QQ Music Award
  61. 28.03.2016 - YG releases ‘Welcome Back - Complete Edition’ Album in Japan
  62. 30.03.2016 - iKON Welcome Back - Complete Edition’ #1 on iTUNES Japan Album Chart (KPOP) even before Bigbang
  63. 01.04.2016 - iKON sets a record (among rookie groups) by surpassing 120,000 sales of their albums
  64. 01.04.2016“Dumb & Dumber” hits 10M views on youtube (#200DaysWithiKON)
  65. 15.04.2016 - iKON wins “Asian most popular korean group” at China Music Awards 2016 exactly 7 month after their debut!#7MonthWithiKON
  66. 30.05.2016 - YG releases #WYD MV (no promotion only for fans)
  67. 30.05.2016 - #WYD first genie roof hit 2 hours after it’s release!
  68. 30.05.2016 - #WYD ranked #1 on Melon only 2 hours after it’s release
  69. 30.05.2016 - #WYD is ranked #1 on 7 Music sites only 3 hours after it’s release
  70. 30.05.2016 - iKON ranked #5  “2016 RELEASES WITH THE MOST 1ST HOUR LISTENERS” and #1 in male groups
  71. 01.06.2016 - #WYD hits 1 M views on youtube, only a day after it’s release
  72. 06.06.2016 - iKON wins “Melon popularity award” for the1st week of june
  73. 11.06.2016 - iKON with #WYD at #2 on inkigayo (without any promotions during their asia showtime tour)
  74. 13.06.2016 - iKON wins “Melon popularity award” for the 2nd week of june
  75. 23.06.2016 - iKON ranked #9 (with dumb&dumber) “Top 10 Artists with Highest Scores on MCountdown (All Time)”
  76. 29.06.2016 - iKON wins 1st episode of “Heroes of Remix” with cover of “beijing beijing”
  77. 12.07.2016 - iKON wins 3rd episode of “Heroes of Remix” with “Master chou” x “Rhythm Ta” remix
  78. 24.07.2016 - iKON wins 5th episode of “Heroes of Remix”
  79. 28.09.2016 - iKON releases “Dumb&Dumber” mini Album in Japan / over 38k copies sold on the first day
  80. 28.09.2016 - iKON tops the ‘Oricon daily CD single rankings’ with “Dumb&Dumber” JPN mini album ( placed first on oricon chart twice in less than a year) + tops  ‘Billboard Japan single sales chart’
  81. 18.11.2016 - iKON wins “Best new artist award” at Japan record awards (JPN grammys) second Kpop group to win that award since Bigbang 7 years ago
  82. 21.11.2016 - iKON wins ‘Tencent QQ Music Star Award’ at MMA 2016
  83. 26.12.2016 - iKON ‘Welcome Back’ album wins in rookie category of “Best selling album” at ‘49th ORION annual ranking 2016′
  84. 26.12.2016 - iKON made over 640M Yen ($5.6M USD) from DVD’s, single album & full album. Concerts NOT included (they held 30 concerts alone in Japan for 2016)
  85. 29.12.2016 - iKON’s ‘Welcome Back’ Album on #3 of Orion Best selling K-pop Albums in 2016 with over 90k sold copies
  86. 05.01.2017 - iKON at #2 in Top 10 M!Countdown highest scores for 2016 (boy groups)
  87. 29.01.2017 - iKON at #5 with ‘My Type’ (1,613,177) in Top 40 most downloaded kpop boy group songs 2013-2017 (Right after exo and bigbang)
  88. 10.02.2017 - iKON confirmed to have a Japan Dome Tour in the middle of 2017. Break EXO’s record as the fastest non-Japanese group to make a dome tour after debut (exo = 3 years after debut // iKON = 1 year after debut)
  89. 24.02.2017 - iKON ‘My Type’ at #5 ‘Most downloaded boy group songs(2013-2017)’ with over 1.6M downloads. The only rookie group in top 10 (bigbang on 1/¾ & exo on 2)
  90. 26.02.2017 - iKON receives 2 awards from 'Japan Gold Disc Awards 2017. 'New Artist of the year’ & 'Best 3 New Artists’
  91. 22.05.17 - iKON releases two MV’s ‘BLING BLING’ & ‘B-DAY’ 
  92. 22.05.17‘BLING BLING’ hits 3M views only 24h after its release! ‘B-DAY’ hits 2M views
  93. 22.05.17 - iKON single album at #1 on iTunes World wide charts in 10 Countries
  94. 23.05.17 - iKON ‘BLING BLING’‘B-DAY’ go straight to #1 & #2 spot at Chinese QQ MV charts

 And the “monster rookies” continue to take over the music world.

In honor of SPEAK YOUR LANGUAGE DAY post here five to ten the best things / facts about any language you can speak ( preferably fluently ) ! If you are more than bilingual choose only 1 of your languages.

Reblog or repost, it’s up to you !

Tagged by: Myself, I made this meme ! :3
Tagging: All of my followers ! Anyone, everyone ! Tagging @maarhun & @littlestmun specifically though, because they are Finnish too :D Fill in the caps I might’ve left !

My language: Finnish ( native, fluent ).

1) I love how free Finnish language is but at the same time really hard to learn if you’re studying it as a foreigner. You can basically cut a word in half ( both writing & speaking ) & it’ll still make the same sense as it would if it was complete. Same thing the order of the words, you can put them in any weird order you want but it’ll still make sense. Finnish is pretty much hard core Yoda speak… In some languages word orders are more or less locked ( subject, verb, object, place, time, manner etc. ) but in Finnish you literally can just throw the words there in any order you want & it’s okay.

2) Literally NO ONE speaks the standard language. NO ONE. Speaking standard language is considered very snobby. I like how people don’t use it. I love the literal “freedom of speech”, referring to number 1 :p

3)  Every single region & city has its own dialect in some way ( referring to number 1 ) & if you live in Finland as a foreigner or immigrant, hoo boy you’re gonna have some real trouble when you go from city to city but even as a native you’re still going to have problems. Once you get used to certain place’s dialect you can might be totally lost in some other. & I’m not talking about words that are kinda the same but still different, no, I am talking about completely & utterly different words you have never heard of that mean the same. Like “bussi” & “dösä”, both mean bus… Or “koti” & “hima”, both mean home. In a country populated by only 5 million people it sometimes baffles me there can be this much language difference all over the country. Hmm. o-o I like the variety though !

4) Let’s not even talk about conjugation of Finnish… You can google it yourselves, the list is so ridiculously long this will take 5-10 scrolls down depending how big your monitor is to read them all.

4) Finnish word “nonii / noniin” can mean dozens of things depending on your tone & how you pronounce it & in which context you use it. I’m not even joking.

5) Word “kahe”is my favourite word but doesn’t mean anything… I also don’t know if literally anyone else uses it except people from Western Ostrobothnia ( small area on the Western coast of Finland ). The best way do describe it is that it means “like” as a filler in sentences, but it still quite isn’t like “like”…

6) Much like German, Finnish too has some ridiculously long words… We’re a heaven for compound words. We pretty squeeze everything relevant to one big fat word ( referring to number 1 — subject, verb, object, place, time, manner etc. )… Or maybe not even that, sometimes ONLY our nouns are this long: “ennakkoäänestyspaikkakunta”, “kuumailmapallolentolahjakortti” or “vuorovarausraivausratkaisupäällikkö”. Yeah… & there aren’t the bullshit “longest Finnish words” you find all over the internet that seriously NO ONE uses. The ones I wrote are seriously words you would use, just not very commonly. They’re very subject & situation specific.

7) SWEARING ! Talking about heaven we are a heaven to swearing too. We swear so much… & some swear words translate hilariously. Here is a massive list of my favourite swears in Finnish.

“Kyrpä otsassa / ohtassa / ottassa” = “dick in your forehead”, which means someone’s having a pouty & angry expression. “Naama norsun vitulla / naama ku norsun vittulla” = “face as an elephant’s twat / face like an elephant’s twat” means the same as “kyrpä ottassa”.
“Vittulan väki” = “the folk of cunt village” which means that in general something sucks. “Vituttaa niinku pientä oravaa, jonka käpy on jäässä” = “As pissed off as a squirrel whose pine cone is frozen.” Self-explanatory :p
“Vitulla päähän” = “cunt to the head” which kinda means the same as extreme face palm.
“Helvetin / helevetin perse” = “Hell’s ass”, means that something’s going seriously wrong.
“Voi hevonvittu” = “Oh the horse cunt”, something goes seriously wrong.
“Voi pyhä persesuti” = “Oh the holy ass brush”. Refers to pubic hair which is considered more or less nasty.
“Ihmispaska / ihmisperse” = “Human shit / ass”. Describes itself well, means that someone is a horrible person.

8) Last but not the least: “Kokko, kokoo koko kokko kokoon” & “Vihdoin vihdoin vihdoin” are legit Finnish sentences. Also, sentence “kuusi palaa” means ( buckle the fuck up folks ):  The spruce is on fire. The spruce returns. The number six is on fire. The number six returns. Six of them are on fire. Six of them return. Your moon is on fire. Your moon returns. & Six pieces.

Personal bonus from me: this video from 0:59 to 3:38.

[ I’m preeeetty sure I forgot so many relevant things from here that I wanted to say but whatever :’D ]


(Submission) Nerd here: This is Bruno celebrating his 7th number 1 single with a dope cake! It’s lit! Literally! 😂😂😂 Bruno looks so happy! 😊Repost@dragonhooligan

anonymous asked:

SHUT THE FUCK UP ABOUT NELLY FERTADO! She's a one hit wonder with her shitty bird song and no one cares about her!!!!!!!

40 million records sold, 2 number 1′s, 4 singles in the top 10, the best selling album by a female in 2006-2007, critical acclaim, genre chameleon, Canadian legend, philanthropist, earth mother, the only Canadian to have a Grammy and a Latin Grammy, multiple other awards including 10 Junos, future inductee into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame etc…

Buy The Ride available now! 

some-student-blog-deactivated20  asked:

Hey! How are you? I have a lot of trouble to memorize things, so I was thinking that you could have some tips to help me? Thank you, I really hope you can help me :)

hellooo i’m good love, thank you for asking. And yes i can help u!! (in advance, this got so much longer than i had ever thought wow enjoy & read slowly)

To memorize I use the Spaced Repetition method.

  • It’s based on the spacing effect, wich basically means learning is more effective when the studying is spread out over a period of time. This is weird but it has actually been proven in different studies with different memory experiments, as old as the 1800-s. 
  • It’s all about changing the time periods in wich you are trying to memorize something, using them as intelligently as possible. Basically, just spacing your studying through a long period of time.
    • So, for example, instead of reviewing a previously learned material for 2 hours in just one day, spread that same period of time in a week. This will exploit the spacing effect.
  • Ok so practically, this means that if you learn something one day, even if you learnt it during a big period of time (aka 4-6 hours followed), you will forget about it very quickly if you never touch it again.
  • However, the Spaced Repetition method proved that if you review the material the next day, and then after 3 days, then the week after that, even for just 5-10 minutes, it will take you much longer to forget it.
    • The decline of your memory retention is shown in something we call the “The Forgetting Curve”.
    • In other words, your Forgetting Curve gets longer and longer if you consciously review the learned material over a long period of time, since it takes you longer to forget things.
    • You can see in the graphic down bellow in the black curve that if you learn something in Day 1 and never touch it again, your memory will go from 100% to very close to 10% in just one week. However, you can see in yellow that if you took 10 minutes to review the material in Day 2 and 5 minutes in Day 7, etc. your memory will stay close to 100% whenever you need it, so that reviewing before a test for 2-4 minutes would be enough.
    • You can also see that it takes you progressively less time to review the exact same material.
    • Imagine that Day 30 would be test day. If you hadn’t reviewed, your Forgetting Curve would get you close to 5% in Day 28-29 (black curve), so you would have to review a lot more time than 2-4 minutes to recall everything that you learnt in Day 1 to get to 100% again, and maybe you wouldn’t even be able to reach it.

(Keep in mind that the speed of forgetting depends on a number of factors such as the difficulty of the learned material and physiological factors such as stress and sleep, though the Spaced Repetition method still applies. Also it might take you more or less than 10 minutes to review your material - it’s an example - though your review time will decrease during the spaced repetition reviews just the same.)

Now, if you do want to follow the Spaced Repetition method and decide to review your material in increasingly big periods of time, what you do in those chuncks of time that you are investing does matter. You can do whatever you want but questioning through flashcards is by far the most effective way to memorize, since they promote active recall practice.

Wich is why I am going to explain how to study through flashcards following the SR method bellow. :)

  • Practically, it means that if you have to memorize something, you will build one or more questions about it and quiz yourself on some particular days.
    • e.g: you have to memorize the Krebs cycle. You will build direct questions such as: ‘what is the second step of the Krebs cycle?’, ‘what are the products of the Krebs cycle?’, ‘where does the Krebs cycle take place in?’ ‘how many ATPs are produced in the Krebs cycle?’ These work well for memorizing specific details.
    • You can also ask yourself less direct questions such as ‘explain how the Krebs cycle works?’, if you’re trying to get yourself to talk more through the whole material without looking, though these aren’t as effective as the more direct ones.
    • You can also play a little and let the questions be affirmations with open spaces to complete, such as ‘The Krebs Cycle, also known as the ______, takes place in the ______ and produces ___ ATPs.’
    • Or you can draw schemes with open spaces to complete. These work well for visualizing the big picture and fitting stuff in the total process. Mixing these visual clues in your flashcards can be essencial to consolidate what you have to memorize.
  • You can do physical flashcards or digital flaschards.
    • You can study with paper flashcards and apply the Spaced Repetion method through the Leitner System
      • Get 5 numbered boxes (or anything that resemblances one) where you are going to place your flashcards.
      • Review the flashcards in box number 1 every single day.
      • Review the flashcards in box number 2 three times a week.
      • In box number 3 once per week.
      • In box number 4 once bi-weekly.
      • In box number 5 once every three weeks, for example.
        • The time periods and number of boxes can change, just make sure each group has a longer period of time than the previous one before you are required to revisit the cards.
      • Everytime you get a card right, the flashcard is sent to the immediate next group (from 1 to 2, from 2 to 3, etc.), so you’ll see it less often.
      • However, if you get one wrong, it goes directly to box number 1, no matter where it was.
      • This is a simple way to implement the Spaced Repetition method: your cards are reviewed at increasing periods of time and you are studying the ones that you need the most.
      • Also it’s really darn cute.
    • You can study with digital flashcards and apply the Spaced Repetion method as well through apps (on your phone, tablet or even on your laptop, pc, mac) based on the Leitner System but with more advanced algorithms, wich can provide you some benefits.
      • Normally a spaced repetition app lets you make your own flashcards and review them but, most importantly, lets you grade your answers by difficulty, from ‘Easy’ to ‘Fail’, so the algorithm shows you a card more times than others if you failed them.
      • And that’s it. The algorithm does it for you, you just have to click review.
        • Other benefits: you can add pictures on your cards and different colours, wich makes them very nice for visual learners.
        • You can easily review your flashcards whenever you want as well, since they are so portable. I normally review mine on my way to school on the train, or when I walk, or cycle in my stationery bike.
        • It allows you to use shared flashcards from other users, even though I wouldn’t recommend.
        • Allows you to create decks to organize your flashcards. 
      • Here are some spaced repetition flashcards apps I know are good, in case you are interested:
        • Anki, it’s free everywhere except for the iphone. (android / ios / windows, mac, linux
        • I use AnkiApp Flaschards, a different version from the above I believe, but I like this one better: it has a much better design & organization and offers the same features in mpov, even Cloud. For me it’s perfect. And you can get for free even on the iphone. (android / ios / windows 10, mac, kindle)
        • There are more out there I’m sure- Quizlet - and others I am not aware of rn. Look them up accordingly to your preferences and devices. Choose one where you are more efficient in.
  • Another thing I want to mention is that you can incorporate in your flashcards mnemonics, wich you’ve probably heard of everywhere, and that I detailed in my ‘study less study smart’ post but they really really work. So check those out.
  • The ammount of details you have to memorize will reflect on the ammount of flashcards you are going to study. 

In the practice of active recall it’s normal, even important, the act of forgetting. You will forget but it will become easier and easier to remember. That’s the most important part. So don’t stop training until it’s really easy, it’s how your brain works.


The bottom line is: memorizing details is maximized by exploiting the Spaced Repetition method, wich can be done by studying flashcards with questions on the details immediately after learning the material for the first time, and then a couple more times after, but progressively with longer periods of time in between.

So, if you learn something in class that you need to memorize, you should make flashcards in the same day and start studying the next so you maximize your memory on it. Review the day after learning in class (so Day 2). Then review on Day 4, then on Day 7, then on Day 10, etc. for 5-20 minutes, as much as you’d like, and keep going until the day of the test.

This method is to be used to memorize stuff for a long period of time, not cram

So repeat, repeat, repeat those questions and you’ll get that stuff inside your head!

Alrighty. If any part of this is confusing, I would encourage you to go back and read again or try this video from Thomas Frank wich also explains a lot of what I just said, or just straight up ask me.

(this really does work but you have to actually implement it. you can’t cheat yourself. in real life we always find excuses, so don’t! good luck boo!)

Korean Numbers (Lesson 1)

안녕하세요! Today we’re going to talk about Korean numbers!

There are two numbering systems in Korean. They are the “Korean numbers” and the “Chinese numbers”. Each one has its own specific uses; the two systems typically never mix, with the exception time.

•Korean Number System•

The Korean numbers only go up to 99 and are typically used for age, time (hours), and a variety of other counters.

- The Singles (1-10)

1: 하나
2: 둘
3: 셋
4: 넷
5: 다섯
6: 여섯
7: 일곱
8: 여덟
9: 아홉
10: 열

- The Teens (11-19)

The teens are very easy, just add 열 (10) in front of the single numbers 1-9.

11: 열하나
12: 열둘
13: 열셋
14: 열넷
15: 열다섯
16: 여섯
17: 열일곱
18: 열여덟
19: 열아홉

- The Tens (20-90)

The Korean Number system has unique words for the 10’s.

20: 스물
30: 서른
40: 마흔
50: 쉰
60: 예순
70: 일흔
80: 열든
90: 아흔

- Combining the Tens and Singles to create 11-99

Now that we know every word to count from 1-99 with the Korean numbers, we can make all the other numbers by stringing them together.
For example if you wanted to make 22, then you just say 20 (스물) then 2 (둘).

21: 스물하나
22: 스물둘
23: 스물셋
24: 스물넷
25: 스물다섯
26: 스물여섯
27: 스물일굽
28: 스물여덟
29: 스물아홉

- 100 and Above

The Korean counting system stops at 99. Above 99 you must jump to the “Chinese System” also called the “Sino-Korean Numbers”.

In the next lesson, I’ll go over the Sino-Korean Numbers.

(Disclaimer: I am not a Native Korean speaker, teacher or tutor. I am learning as I go so there may be a few mistakes. If there are please let me know so that I can learn from them!)


And then it happens. Stevie sings the opening line to Dreams… and forgets the words. It is the only Number 1 single in her life - maybe her most important song ever - and she flubs it. She stops - this is TV, remember - and starts over. And then she flubs it again.

“You know what?” Stevie Nicks asks me later. “I wasn’t pissed off at myself, I was scared - the words went out of my head. The first time it was like, OK, this is all right. The second time I started to get a sick feeling. And then the third time I thought, Somebody, Lindsey, come over here and tell me these words, because we’re not gonna get through this thing.”

Mojo Magazine, September 1997

Drag Me Down (Harry Version)
One Direction
Drag Me Down (Harry Version)

‘Drag Me Down’ (Harry Version)

Worked really hard on this tonight! I really just made this for myself, but I decided to share it with you. Hope you guys love it as much as I do!

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Nightwish is a symphonic metal band from Kitee, Finland. The band was formed in 1996 by lead songwriter and keyboardistTuomas Holopainen, guitarist Emppu Vuorinen, and lead singer Tarja Turunen. The band soon picked up drummer Jukka Nevalainen, and then bassist Sami Vänskä after the release of their debut album, Angels Fall First (1997). In 2002, Vänskä was replaced by Marco Hietala, who also took over the male vocalist role previously filled by Holopainen or guest singers.

Although Nightwish have been prominent in their home country since Angels Fall First, they did not achieve worldwide fame until the release of the albums Oceanborn (1998), Wishmaster (2000) and Century Child (2002). Their 2004 album, Once, has sold more than one million copies and was the band’s breakthrough in the United States. Their biggest US hit single, “Wish I Had an Angel” (2004), received MTV airplay and was included on three US film soundtracks to promote their North American tour. The band produced three more singles and two music videos for Once, as well as a re-recording of “Sleeping Sun” for the “best of” compilation album, Highest Hopes (2005), before Turunen’s dismissal in October 2005. Her last performance with Nightwish was during a concert recorded for the live album/DVD End of an Era. After the concert, the other members informed Turunen with an open letter that she was no longer a member of Nightwish.

In May 2007, Nightwish announced Anette Olzon as Turunen’s replacement. That September, the band released their sixth album, Dark Passion Play, which has sold almost 2 million copies. The album’s lead single, “Amaranth”, became one of Nightwish’s most successful in Europe.The supporting tour, one of the band’s largest, started on October 6, 2007 and ended on September 19, 2009. The band released an EP/live album, Made in Hong Kong (And in Various Other Places), in March 2009 as a CD/DVD, and their seventh studio album, Imaginaerum, was released gl obally on various days in late 2011/early 2012.

On October 1, 2012, Nightwish announced that they had parted ways with Olzon and would be finishing the tour with ReVampand former After Forever vocalist Floor Jansen. In October 2013, Nightwish made Jansen and longtime session uillean pipes player Troy Donockley permanent members of the band, and they were featured in the acclaimed album Endless Forms Most Beautiful, released in March, 2015.

Nightwish is the third-best-selling band and musical entity in Finland with certified sales of nearly 900,000 certified copies. The group is also the most successful Finnish band worldwide, selling more than 8 million records and receiving more than 60 gold and platinum awards, having released five Number 1 albums and thirteen Number 1 singles.

anonymous asked:

what the nasties say doesnt bother me. because when i read what they say. 1 it is manufactured 2 interpreting his songs in their own ( which harry encourages) but the thing is they interpret it the vile way which says a lot about them & not harry 3 they drag him for being him (loyal friend, cuddly , being private , lol for drinking coke etc etc) 4 and when they drag his numbers which achieved #1 album & single in over 84 country, they are mocking every artist who has not achieved that :)


Why is there always a daily battle in the 1D fanbase? It’s DAILY. It isn’t fun anymore. It’s always one group of fans shitting all over another boy. There’s always drama about who they date, or whether their children are real (?) or who gets more attention, or who broke up the band, or who is more thankful, or who interacts more on social media, or comparisons, or listening to other artists’ music so the 1D member you hate won’t get a number 1 album or single, or attacking the boys’ girlfriends and families and friends, and so on and so forth. It never ends. It never gets better. It just gets worse and worse. A bit of drama is always fun no matter what the situation, but the drama in the 1D fanbase is like I’ve never experienced before. It’s not fun drama, it’s annoying drama. It’s ugly drama. 

And only being a fan of my favorite (Harry) doesn’t help, because drama is going to spill over no matter what. I’ve been asking myself over these last several weeks…why do I want to continue to be a fan if it makes me more annoyed or frustrated than happy?