What OST is playing in the background of episode 685 right after the end of the first half of the episode when Fujitora is talking about colosseum’s warriors teaming up?
In English you say “I like cats” and “I like the cats” could be said only about some specific cats from the context of a discussion.
In Spanish it’s “Me gustan los gatos” but these are cats in general. Another popular example is using “la gente” when talking about general trends in the society.
At the same time, it’s similar to English in cases like “Soy mÃºsico, escribo canciones.”
What is the rule here?
I have a group of friends, and we have been together for a while now where we meet once or twice a week, to play games together – D&D, board games, etc. It’s a social event.
However, especially lately I’ve noticed that one person has started to lean in a certain direction when it comes to conversation – I’m having more and more issues trying to contribute to the conversation. I get ignored, or they talk over the top of me, and I feel like I’m forced to stop talking. I have been taught to wait for an opening to talk, or if someone else is talking, to stop and wait. But every time I do this, I still get cut off.
I haven’t done anything to solve this, I have only seen how far this goes. It even got to the point where I had started talking, then they began talking, I didn’t stop talking, to see if they would, but to no avail. And again, I was the one that was ignored.
I am unsure of how to approach this – but it has been going on for several months now – I am unsure of why this has begun happening, or if anyone else has noticed the issue, or even who the cause of the issue is – myself or others.
How can I approach the person, or the group in order to deal with this situation?
From the dictionary it seems the word “scene” is appropriate for describing a part of a book:
2. a sequence of continuous action in a play, film, opera, or book. "a scene from Tarantino's latest movie"
To me, it feels natural to use the word for plays, films and operas but it sounds strange to use it when referring to a book. Is there a better word or is “scene” indeed correct for books?
I found out recently that sheâs talking to another guy. She says that he treats her better, but the thing is, sheâs only been talking to him for more than a week. and iâve been with her for 8 months and iâve known her for about 2 years. She hangs out with this guy sometimes and he knows about our relationship (she told him) and heâs telling her that he can treat her better and he sweet talks her. etc.
My Ex says she doesnât like him like that and she doesnât want to be with him, she says sheâs not planning on getting with him and sheâs not looking for anyone atm since she just got out of a relationship with me. She says they simply talk. She told me sheâs willing to make things work with me and for now wants us to just be friends and wants to see if i change. She claims she still loves me, wants to be with me but she canât because she doesnât trust me after what happened and doesnât see a way for us to be together at this moment.
What should i do?