今日は、副詞的の使い方を学びましょう。形容詞が名詞を修飾するのに対し、副詞は動詞や形容詞などを修飾します。 constantly[副詞] 常に、絶えず
例: My boyfriend constantly changes his mind about us living together. Maybe he just doesn’t want to.
例: But it doesn’t necessarily mean that he no longer loves you.
I always enjoy holding art parties with my friends at home. With some paints and a glass of wine, it’s the perfect activity during these times. This week we’re going to learn how to make tile coasters to brighten up your house! Supplies can be found at Tokyu Hands, Sekaido, or other large craft stores.
1.Take your tile and clean the shiny side with water to clean it from any dirt and oils.
2.With the acrylic paints, enjoy drawing your design! (be careful to not use a lot of paint on the tiles and only a thin layer of paint. That way it’ll dry faster and stick to the tile better.)
3.Allow some time for the paints to dry.
4.One the paints are completely dried, paint a layer of Mod podge clear acrylic sealant with a clean paintbrush.
5.Once the sealant is dry, cut a square piece of cork sheet , any size that fits the bottom of your tile
6. Super glue the square cork sheet piece to the bottom of your tile. (you can also stack something heavy on top of the tile to help the cork sheet stick nicely to the tile.)
Did you know that Tatooine actually exists? Well, the planet doesn’t exist but the majority of desert scenes in the original Star Wars were filmed in Tunisia, and there is a city called Tataouine which helped inspire the planet Tatooine. And many of the movie sets still remain standing today in the middle of the desert! You can visit there by 4WD from the town. Also there are other Star wars locations around the area, such as the Lars homestead where Luke Skywalker was raised (you can even stay in!), the Mos Espas slave quarters where Anakin Skywalker spent his childhood, and so on.
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The coolest Airbnb I’ve ever stayed in,
it’s actually called the cliff house because it’s built into the side of a cliff.
One wall above the living room and bathroom is just raw exposed rock.
The property itself is huge and just a short walk away is a cute little Teepee,
perfect for camping and picnics.
There are thousand year old petroglyphs (pictures) carved into the canyon wall
and if you take a ropes and latter course up onto the mesa above the house,
you can reach this view of the huge mountain.
You get a gorgeous view of the snowy mountains and desert cliffs.
It’s the perfect place to unwind and unplug.
Do you know what it is? It’s a “Beware of Dog” sign from about two thousand years ago. You can find it in Pompeii, the ancient city in Naples, Italy, which was buried under volcanic ash in the eruption in AD 79. Since the whole area had been covered by the ash for such a long time until the excavation in 18th century, everything has been preserved really well. Many of the buildings are still almost in the same shape as they were back then and the frescoes and mosaics retain their bright and original color. There are lots of houses you can go into and some of them have this “Beware of Dog” sign at their entrances. You can also find temples, theaters, bakeries, restaurants, cleaning shops, graffiti on the walls and even brothels at the site. They tell you how people lived here and you start to feel like you’ve actually gone back two thousand years ago. I spent 7 hours there and that wasn’t enough at all. This is the most amazing ancient ruins I’ve ever visited.