Aprende ingles rápido y fácil [MEGAPOST]
HOLA A TODOS, HOY LES TRAÍGO ESTE NUEVO POST MAS AVANZADO ACERCA DEL IDIOMA INGLES QUE CADA VEZ MÁS SE NECESITA COMO UNA OBLIGACIÓN A UN MUNDO GLOBALIZADO.
AHORA, EL MUNDO NECESITA DE ESTE IDIOMA SEA PARA LOS ESTUDIOS, OPORTUNIDADES LABORALES Y TAMBIÉN PARA PODER CONOCER MAS ACERCA DE LOS PAÍSES DE HABLA INGLESA.
ANTERIORMENTE COMPARTÍ, DOS POSTS DEL MISMO TEMA. PUEDES REVISARLOS PARA QUE TE GUIES UN POCO; YA QUE COMPARTÍ TODO LO BASICO Y LO FUNDAMENTAL PARA APRENDERLO. AQUÍ VOY A COMPARTIR TODO DESDE COSAS FUNDAMENTALES HASTA LO MÁS AVANZADO.
COMPARTO ESTE POST, DÉBIDO A QUE A VECES UNO NO TIENE TIEMPO DE TOMAR EL CURSO EN UN INSTITUTO O PODER PRACTICARLO A CAUSA DEL TRABAJO O ESTUDIOS ACADEMICOS, POR TAL MOTIVO LES APORTO TODO EL CONOCIMIENTO DE ESTE IDIOMA, ABSOLUTAMENTE TODO LO QUE UNO DEBE SABER.GRAMMAR, SPEAKING, LISTENING, WRITTING AND READING.
RECUERDA QUE PARA APRENDER SIEMPRE ALGO NUEVO O COMPLEMENTAR LO QUE ESTAS APRENDIENDO DEBE HABER CONSTANCIA, VOLUNTAD Y LAS GANAS DE APRENDER.
REVIEW ( REVISIÓN DE PUNTOS YA VISTOS, ANTERIORMENTE )
AHORA, VOY A PONER LOS NUEVOS TEMAS
PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS - PRESENTE PERFECTO CONTINUO
PAST PERFECT - PASADO PERFECTO
PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS - PASADO PERFECTO CONTINUO
FUTURE PERFECT - FUTURO PERFECTO
FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS - FUTURO PERFECTO CONTINUO
CONDITIONALS SENTENCES - FRASES CONDICIONALES
AQUÍ HE PUESTO ALGUNOS VIDEOS ( DOCUMENTALES PARA QUE PRACTICAN EL LISTENING AND SPEAKING) ACERCA DE TEMAS INTERESANTES. ALGUNOS TIENE UNA DURACIÓN LARGA, ASÍ QUE PUEDEN TOMARSE SU TIEMPO O SIMPLEMENTE VER LOS DE MENOR DURACIÓN.
DOCUMENTALS AND TOPICS - DOCUMENTALES Y TEMAS
BUENO, AQUÍ ESTOY PONIENDO MAS TEMAS AVANZADOS, RESPECTO AL TEMA.
PHRASAL VERBS AND PREPOSITIONAL VERBS - VERBOS FRASALES Y VERBOS PREPOSICIONALES.
FIRST CONDITIONAL - PRIMERA CONDICIONAL
SECOND CONDITIONAL - SEGUNDA CONDICIONAL
THIRD CONDITIONAL - TERCEA CONDICIONAL
EN ESTA PARTE DEJARÉ ALGUNOS TEXTOS Y PÁRRAFOS IMPORTANTES PARA QUE LO LEAN Y PUEDAN PRACTICAR EL READING.
Things You Need to Know About Bitcoins
1. What Are Bitcoins?
The Bitcoin is a form of currency without notes and coins, it is a digital currency.
In this era of Internet and digitization, we’ve moved from phone to VoIP calls, face-to-face meeting to video conferencing, fax to email, cable television to IP TV, and the list goes on.
2. Who Developed The Idea Of Bitcoins?
The concept of Bitcoins was developed by Satoshi Nakamoto, who resides in total anonymity. He is said to be from Japan but his mail ID was from Germany, plus the bitcoin software was not available in Japanese. He developed the system and the Bitcoin software (that is used to run the system) in 2009 but disappeared into thin air in 2010.
The other developers of the system stopped hearing from him in 2010, and plenty of speculation turned up about his real identity. Some even suggested that his name was just a mashup of popular Japanese companies — SAmsung TOSHIba NAKAmichi MOTOrola. But what he created was definitely the fantasy of every tech guy in the world.
3. What Is So Special About the Bitcoin System?
The Bitcoin is a system which allows you to do anonymous currency transactions and no one will come to know about the payment or about all other info related to the payment, including who sent it, who received it, etc.
Satoshi did it by making the system – a peer-to-peer network – controlled by no central authority but run by a network of contributors and freedom enthusiasts, who donated their time and energy to this innovation. Essentially, people can do money transactions and no authority or organization will come to know about it.
Satoshi Nakamoto was so talented that he even solved the problem of double spending of digital currency in his system.
The biological and geological future of the Earth can be extrapolated based upon the estimated effects of several long-term influences. These include the chemistry at the Earth's surface, the rate of cooling of the planet's interior, the gravitational interactions with other objects in the Solar System, and a steady increase in the Sun's luminosity. An uncertain factor in this extrapolation is the ongoing influence of technology introduced by humans, such as climate engineering, which could cause significant changes to the planet. The current Holocene extinction is being caused by technology and the effects may last for up to five million years. In turn, technology may result in the extinction of humanity, leaving the planet to gradually return to a slower evolutionary pace resulting solely from long-term natural processes.
Over time intervals of hundreds of millions of years, random celestial events pose a global risk to the biosphere, which can result in mass extinctions. These include impacts by comets or asteroids with diameters of 5–10 km (3.1–6.2 mi) or more, and the possibility of a massive stellar explosion, called a supernova, within a 100-light-year radius of the Sun, called a Near-Earth supernova. Other large-scale geological events are more predictable. If the long-term effects of global warming are disregarded, Milankovitch theory predicts that the planet will continue to undergo glacial periods at least until the quaternary glaciation comes to an end. These periods are caused by eccentricity, axial tilt, and precession of the Earth's orbit. As part of the ongoing supercontinent cycle, plate tectonics will probably result in a supercontinent in 250–350 million years. Some time in the next 1.5–4.5 billion years, the axial tilt of the Earth may begin to undergo chaotic variations, with changes in the axial tilt of up to 90°.
During the next four billion years, the luminosity of the Sun will steadily increase, resulting in a rise in the solar radiation reaching the Earth. This will cause a higher rate of weathering of silicate minerals, which will cause a decrease in the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. In about 600 million years, the level of CO 2 will fall below the level needed to sustain C3 carbon fixation photosynthesis used by trees. Some plants use the C4 carbon fixation method, allowing them to persist at CO 2 concentrations as low as 10 parts per million. However, the long-term trend is for plant life to die off altogether. The extinction of plants will be the demise of almost all animal life, since plants are the base of the food chain on Earth.
In about 1.1 billion years, the solar luminosity will be 10% higher than at present. This will cause the atmosphere to become a "moist greenhouse", resulting in a runaway evaporation of the oceans. As a likely consequence, plate tectonics will come to an end, and with them the entire carbon cycle. Following this event, the planet's magnetic dynamo may come to an end, causing the magnetosphere to decay and leading to an accelerated loss of volatiles from the outer atmosphere. Four billion years from now, the increase in the Earth's surface temperature will cause a runaway greenhouse effect. By that point, most if not all the life on the surface will be extinct. The most probable fate of the planet is absorption by the Sun in about 7.5 billion years, after the star has entered the red giant phase and expanded to cross the planet's current orbit.
ESTOY PONIENDO MAS TEMAS ACERCA DE LA GRÁMATICA.
REPORTED SPEECH - "DISCURSO INDIRECTO"
VERBS PATTERNS - VERBOS PATRONES Ó PATRONES DE VERBO.
BUENO, ESO FUE TODO POR HOY. ESPERO QUE LES HAYA GUSTADO Y HAYAN PODIDO APRENDER ACERCA DEL IDIOMA INGLES.
SEGUÍRE HACIENDO MAS POSTS COMO ESTE. ACERCA DE LAS DUDAS Y ERRORES MÁS CÓMUNES.
GRACÍAS, POR HABER VISITADO MI POST.
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