I love languages so I became a language teacher, worked in London for 8 years as a secondary school teacher than became a teacher for adults. I enjoy translating also and learning, just anything. I want to contribute to my world and I think that If I offer my help to a site like TED, then it's a nice start. I'm going to Live in Australia for a while now, I can't wait to find out how it is to live in that part of the world.
LANGUAGES! Cultures, men and women's relationships, psychology, gymnastics, entertainment, anthropology, philosophy of love, body language, psycho-linguistics, comparisons and analysis of cultures
A language's features/construction/syntax/foundations influence Man's emotions/psyche and interactions within one community and interactions with other communities. I think several factors influence the way a whole community with the same language works. Language may be the most significant in the way it is constructed i.e. What is the most important:adjective or noun? Why does the adjective come first in English when it comes second in other languages? A noun is there so the human brain can visualise the object, the adjective is there to describe, the human brain cannot visualise an adjective, a colour, without associating it to a noun. Even when we visualize a colour, we think we see a colour but really it is a backing (whichever it is, a flat piece of wood/metal...) painted over by the colour. But being first in the syntax in English makes sense for very valid reasons......... More examples people?
Anything stated in my passions and idea worth spreading.
DIY, mothering, I am fascinated by medicine works, surgery, nano technology
I saw Jill Bolte once and kept watching that video for a while. Loved it. Now I try to extend my interest to stuff that I never thought I would even know that they existed one day.
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