iammorte:

Puebla Mexico Talavera

iammorte:

Puebla Mexico Talavera

just-wanna-travel:

Cozumel, Mexico

just-wanna-travel:

Cozumel, Mexico

eugenialoli:

“Gold Digging" by Eugenia Loli.
sarcarstic:

onlylolgifs:

Why You Shouldn’t Take Selfies Right Next to a Moving Train


im sorry but

sarcarstic:

onlylolgifs:

Why You Shouldn’t Take Selfies Right Next to a Moving Train

im sorry but

You almost convinced me I mattered.
Six word story  (via fuckingcamilla)
Language Learning Resources

polyglotess:

Language Reference Guides:

Modern Brazilian Portuguese Grammar
Modern French Grammar
Modern German Grammar
Modern Italian Grammar
Modern Spanish Grammar

Free Textbooks:

Ponto de Encontro (BR/European Portuguese)
Easy French step-by-step
Easy Spanish step-by step (Not free but am linking to Amazon because it’s cheap!)
Easy Italian step-by-step (same as Spanish)
German: How to Speak and Write it (This book is amazing! Instead of drilling you with grammar, it starts you off by learning basic words and learning by actually reading until you gradually work up to more advanced passages. Really cheap!)

Free Language Learning Sites

Duolingo (BR. Portuguese, French, German, Italian, and Spanish)
Memrise (All of the above + Chinese, Russian, and many more!)

Paid Language Learning:

Babbel (For European languages. Teaches you up to level A2 in addition to “extra” courses like business terminology, grammar, and thousands of words. If you use this site click the 3 month plan and redeem this voucher: DBZCG4H. You’ll get 3 months + an extra 3 all for just $27 aprox.)

Listening Practice:

(News, culture, and language spoken slowly for beginners with transcripts and hover definitions.)
Slow French
Slow German
Slow Italian
Slow Spanish

(News podcasts spoken slow/medium speed for beginners. May or may not have transcripts.)
NHK Radio in various languages (Portuguese included)
Escriba Café (History podcasts in Portuguese)
Café Brasil (Portuguese)

Reading Practice:
(Various news sites in various languages for intermediate/advanced readers)

El País (European Spanish)
El Mundo (European Spanish)
Univision (Latin American Spanish)
Le Monde (French)
La Repubblica (Italian)
La Stampa (Italian)
Der Spiegel (German)
Various Newspapers (German)

[My advice is to use a combination of these resources. It’s difficult to study on your own when you don’t have a native speaker/professor to guide you, but it’s not impossible! Use these resources to help yourself and research questions you have about grammatical concepts on the internet. Chances are you’re not the first person to have asked a question about grammar and you won’t be the last! Let me know if any links aren’t working.]

grett:

POLMONI. by silencebruyant on Flickr.

grett:

POLMONI. by silencebruyant on Flickr.

mexicanfoodporn:

Actividades del centro #méxico #df #mexicanfoodporn

mexicanfoodporn:

Actividades del centro #méxico #df #mexicanfoodporn

apartmenttherapy:

(via Small Space Lessons: Floorplan & Solutions From Tamar’s Sunny Studio | Apartment Therapy)
birtutamsoz:

“ Bu son seferiydi vapurun….”Zaman nasıl geçmişti, anlamadım.Elimde güller…Döküldüler birer birer.

birtutamsoz:

“ Bu son seferiydi vapurun….”
Zaman nasıl geçmişti, anlamadım.
Elimde güller…
Döküldüler birer birer.

God created the desert to train the faithful.
Frank Herbert, Dune (via miss-andrea)
alt-f-off:

vertical/vintage

alt-f-off:

vertical/vintage

ruinedchildhood:

when bae mad at you

ruinedchildhood:

when bae mad at you