“The other side of the coin” series.


“The other side of the coin” series.

A large OVE, Webster defines it as “a strong feeling, a loved one, a great deal”. For such a strong and meaningful human emotion, this is a simple, perhaps mistaken, definition. What is love? Can we clearly define this widely used word? Do we really know the meaning of love? In English, the word “love” is widely used in our daily conversation. I often hear “I love going to the beach”, “I like my new car” or “I like to eat ice cream” this sentence, I can safely say the word is the most commonly used there are many different interpretations of our language, when I have heard people say they like cars, trains and planes, such as an inanimate object, will think of a clear example. Well, although I guess it’s within the range of the possibility of a car, you can use more appropriate adjectives, like liking, liking, cherishing and so on. Religious denominations usually refer to love as the strongest force and emotion, and god loves nature and can condemn all evils. Of all human emotions, this is the most misunderstood and the greatest moral value.

The use of the word “love” in english-speaking countries is quite loose, with little regard for the real meaning or proper application of the word. Using it like we do, in many different ways, not only confuses an elusive definition, but may also make it “cheap and generic”. In Spanish, love is translated as “amore”, and in grammar or in daily communication, the word “love” only applies when referring to true feelings. Many other adjectives are used to describe the confusion or even relationship between English and love. Synonyms are great for love, but they don’t get the attention they deserve. Should there be a start? Telepathic phrases are the most important means of communication we have, not abstract and highly descriptive. With thousands of words, some highly technical, perfect and precise descriptions of objects, emotions, etc., there is no room for imagination or false interpretation. The grammatical definition of love, if correct, is rarely comprehensive, and the use of it in our daily communication is ambiguous and confusing. Perhaps understanding love as a lack of emotion leads to misuse of the word.

In emotional content, love is one of the most difficult to understand, and is certainly one of the most popular topics.Our lack of understanding of this precious emotion hampers the proper definition of the problem. In the purest form, love can be defined as; “The satisfaction of a well-intentioned conscious act has no material or emotional expectation.” If we are to take this simple and brief definition seriously, we can certainly recognize how the word has been completely abused by all of us. The abuse of the word “love” in our daily written and verbal communication undermines the concept of our emotions, meaning and practical application. One might argue that there are many forms of love and presentation. For example, “sports love”, which is essentially inactive, can only participate in and enjoy sports. I believe there are many misunderstandings about love, but I refuse to accept the thoughts of love. If you search for common phrases, you’ll find that using the word “love” is a myriad of references, false definitions or applications. I think it is not feasible to remove the distortion of the word from our communication. In addition, I did not foresee that Webster would use a new word to describe this powerful emotion. So how can we use and give the proper place and meaning to love in our language? Strong propositions, right?

Maybe we can deal with this problem by having children in primary schools, families, churches and other education environments. First try to define the word correctly, and then education our young people use it correctly. As adults, we should recognize the importance of good communication skills in improving and correctly using our language. Inappropriate or inappropriate words can have a very significant negative impact on our lives and our society. Communication is a lasting responsibility for value, and in addition to other effects, inappropriate use or lack of adjectives that describe specific emotions can damage the outcome. Recognizing that we are actually used to the word “love”, we can start to try more, we can say, with respect. Although it may not seem important to “pick” and use the word “love”, it is not. In theory, it could have a huge impact on our spoken English society until today it is completely ignored. The way we express ourselves is not only the children of education, but also our character, which affects our daily life. The use of language, such as music, strongly influences values, attitudes and behaviors, which cannot be ignored.

Compared with Latin or Spanish speaking countries, the American way of life differs markedly from that of a set of beliefs. I would never suggest using the word “love” to represent the overall comparison. But language works as a whole. Family relationships, emotional expression, emotional and sexual behavior, religious beliefs and dedication are areas of significant difference between the two groups. Spanish is a “romantic” language and incorporates the gender use of inanimate objects. As I mentioned before, Spanish USES a word to define love, “love”, and rarely used loosely, because we use love. When “omar” is part of a phrase, sentence or verbal communication, it clearly describes the emotion of love. It is difficult for the English community to understand and understand the differences and communication styles between the two languages. If you don’t speak Spanish, you can’t achieve the impact on Spanish speaking society, education and the significant and different ways of influencing it.

When we look at the United States today, we can’t help but notice the sharp decline in moral values and the absence of what we call principle. Many factors and circumstances are responsible for this situation. In my series, education is, at least, regrettable, and I will address this very important issue. The government is also a major source of high levels of corruption, and is widely known as a politician. The media can indeed enter the liability contest first, because it is responsible for our communications and information. I think they might run this country too, we just don’t know. My disclosure of the word love is just a “drop in the bucket” on the whole picture. But valid argument.

For americans, ice cream is very natural… Think about it. “I’d love to see him get fired.” love just turns into a nuisance, no problem. What is the value of “warping”? We often do not know that the word “love” has been violated countless times, of course we ourselves. Personally, I didn’t realize it until the end of the night. I’ve been writing a Spanish article, and it’s been a few minutes in my front cabin, and just as I started to relax, I thought of it. In that particular article, I must be very careful to use the word “amor” to measure the appropriate emotional content in my work. Suddenly, I realized that the word “love” was almost disposable. So I decided to write an essay that would expose this crime against literature. I don’t think for a minute that americans are always thinking about this topic again. In addition, I believe that if they do not do so, they completely miss the exploration…

The other side of the coin.


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