Hand carved and shaped from a forgotten chunk of maple. The free form design was created by removing all the rotted areas first and working a bowl shape into what was left. Chainsaw groove was filled in with crushed turquoise. There is some spalting on the underbelly. Ideal as a serving bowl or a showpiece.
why most of us take very long time to learn a new language? because we're spending most of our time focusing on grammar. Well, grammar is really important but it should goes hand in hand with art of accent and how to pronounce every single word to minimize misunderstood of the listeners' side. Methods I'd been used along this time were wrong. One of my english native speaker teachers said: "just slowly slowly like a baby..". That's why I love to listen more any speech or song in language I want to learn from native speakers because the more you accustomed yourself with the right pronounciation and phrases, the more your brain will determine the right grammar automatically, at least most of all. Just put your place on a newborn baby's: listen more, observe more, copy more, then modificate more". One more: read more :) *) Book: "Fluent Forever: How to Learn Any Language Fast and Never Forget It" by Gabriel Wyner
South Korean auto giant Hyundai launched their hotly anticipated compact sedan- the Verna- in the Indian market. The car comes in 4 variants- the base E variant that retails for ₹7.99 lakh at the moment, the EX, SX and the top-end SX (O) variant retailing for ₹12.39 lakh. Built on the all new K2 platform and based on the Fluidic Design 2.0 language philosophy of the company, the Verna, also known as Accent, comes equipped with a host of luxury items and aims to provide Indian consumers an affordable choice of luxury and performance.