Die Zahlen

Today, I’m sharing with you how to count in German.

Numbers are very important in any language – when you tell someone your telephone number, your house number, or your age. If you are ask of “How many …”, “How much…”, you always respond with the numbers.

Die Zahlen:

numbers

Notes:
1. In German, numbers such as 25 or 58 start with the last number and work backwards (like five-and twenty or eight-and-fifty).
2. Numbers in German are written as one word.
3. The use of comma and decimal point are switched in writing German numbers (Like 1.345,05).

 

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Happyness Quote Day 19 – Power

Dubai Mall - Waterfall

Dubai Mall – Waterfall

 

All the powers in the universe are already ours.

Swami Vivekananda


As we get connected to our natural expression of strength—we become power-full, rather than having power-over. We call in the unconquerable power of the oceans and the wind. Within, we find the power of a seed to sprout and a heart to heal. As we connect and activate this universal power personally, we experience more confidence, greater self-esteem, and a quiet trust that allows us to meet any demand or situation that life may send our way.

NaPoWriMo Day 16 – Days of Gigs

Dub Fest 2014

Dub Fest 2014 – Dubai, UAE

I live today with touch of genuine smile;
And make a wish to last until midnight,
To share the joys, guffaws, chuckles one time.

No more sorrow to care and bear in sight
With merriment and cheers I bring to all,
Dancing, singing, goofing, circus delight.

Promise before sunrise to laugh — farewell.


NaPoWriMo prompt to mark the Halfway of our challenge is to write a poem in terza merza. This form was invented by Dante, and used in The Divine Comedy. It consists of three-line stanzas, with a “chained” rhyme scheme. The first stanza is ABA, the second is BCB, the third is CDC, and so on. No particular meter is necessary, but English poets have tended to default to iambic pentameter (iambic pentameter is like the Microsoft Windows of English poetry).