Hello everybody! Have you ever thought of how wonderful the sound of a language is? And at the same time how strange a non-native speaker sounds, especially when he or she has a different pronunciation from his/her native language?
I would like to start today’s article with a simple question: Is it only me who thinks that our smartphone rules our daily basis? If you think about it carefully we don’t even need to use the computer anymore because the smartphone with its applications and the most famous social medias allows us to do a whole lot of things in the “right here and now”!!! We can simply chat with friends all over the world, in fact while we chat with our friends and family, since we live in a “time” where we want do so many things at a time and we want to do them fast, it happens that we tend to cut the words in order to buy us some time.
“Time”, such a small word but with such a great importance to our everyday life. Everything revolves around it: every moment, every minute we take is just a little step to see how we decide to organize our daily life. We always live as if our time is running out, which in a way is right, but sometimes we should just take it slow and enjoy every moment totally.
What do you think about riddles? A riddle is a very good exercise to make our brain work, it is quite useful for our intelligence, our attention and our speed to understand what that riddle is talking about.
Have you ever gotten confused using a word which has so many different meanings depending on the context, especially if you didn’t know which meaning was applied to each context? Well, I have… I’m talking about the Homonyms: words which have the same spelling and pronunciation, but have different meanings.
Let’s talk about a Spanish homonym that paid my attention: MONO