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Pecados In English quotes by Tom Wolfe
#1. In the U.S., the term 'general aviation' means its exact opposite, the way 'public school' does in England. An English public school is private and, on top of that, exclusive. Likewise, general-aviation airports in the U.S. are for everyone but the general public. #Quote by Tom Wolfe
Pecados In English quotes by Zadie Smith
#2. That feeling. That's the real difference in a life. People who live on solid ground, underneath safe skies, know nothing of this; they are like the English POWs in Dresden who continued to pour tea and dress for dinner, even as the alarms went off, even as the city became a towering ball of fire. Born of a green and pleasant land, a temperate land, the English have a basic inability to conceive of disaster, even when it is man-made. #Quote by Zadie Smith
Pecados In English quotes by Mahatma Gandhi
#3. I believe in the capacity of India to offer nonviolent battle to the English rulers. #Quote by Mahatma Gandhi
Pecados In English quotes by Josh Lanyon
#4. Guy was saying, "What the hell is it about you that attracts murder and mayhem?"
"Something in my body language?"
He groaned. "That was bad - even for you. #Quote by Josh Lanyon
Pecados In English quotes by Quentin Tarantino
#5. When it came to a lot of these German actors with the English, they just couldn't do it. They couldn't get the poetry out of it. They couldn't own it and make it their own. And they were struggling with it. And then, Christoph [Waltz] came in and I didn't know who Christoph was. #Quote by Quentin Tarantino
Pecados In English quotes by Joseph Goebbels
#6. Berndt handed in a plan for the occultist propaganda to be carried on by us. We are getting somewhere. The Americans and English fall easily to this kind of propaganda. We are therefore pressing into service all star witnesses of occult prophecy. Nostradamus must once again submit to being quoted. #Quote by Joseph Goebbels
Pecados In English quotes by Jane Green
#7. My teens and 20s were spent lying on sheets of tinfoil in the weak English sun, covered in baby oil. In Greece and France I would burn, then turn a dark brown. #Quote by Jane Green
Pecados In English quotes by Simon Heffer
#8. The more a climate can be created in which neither the English nor the Scots are given cause to resent each other, the better. #Quote by Simon Heffer
Pecados In English quotes by Shinji Moon
#9. English language, my ass.
When you kiss me, my syntax hits
the wall across the room and shatters
in shards of words that scatter
across the floor. #Quote by Shinji Moon
Pecados In English quotes by Bel Kaufman
#10. The clerical work is par for the course. "Keep on file in numerical order" means throw in wastebasket. You'll soon learn the language. "Let it be a challenge to you" means you're stuck with it; "interpersonal relationships" is a fight between kids; "ancillary civic agencies for supportive discipline" means call the cops; "Language Arts Dept." is the English office; "literature based on child's reading level and experiential background" means that's all they've got in the Book Room; "non-academic-minded" is a delinquent; and "It has come to my attention" means you're in trouble. #Quote by Bel Kaufman
Pecados In English quotes by Alexander Vassiliev
#11. There's a huge and hungry market for the books on style and fashion in Russia, though the books should be done in Russian, not English since there are few readers who've master foreign languages well enough to buy foreign editions. #Quote by Alexander Vassiliev
Pecados In English quotes by Quentin Blake
#12. I suppose that really I had a training or education not so very different from a lot of other artists and illustrators - it's just that I didn't have it in the normal order. When I was at school I liked drawing, and I liked anything to do with humor, and I liked writing too. When I was about fourteen, I was lucky enough to be introduced to a man who both painted pictures and drew cartoons for newspapers and magazines, including Punch, the most famous English humorous magazine at the time. He was called Alfred Jackson and every few months I would take him a collection of my drawings to look at. Now I look back and realize these were in fact lessons or tutorials, and what was especially good about them was that he talked not only about the cartoonists' drawings in Punch at the time, but also about Michelangelo and Modigliani as well. #Quote by Quentin Blake
Pecados In English quotes by Karl Radek
#13. The Social-Democratic Federation took part in all the political and economic struggles of the English working class; it took pains to bring Socialist views home to them, not only through agitation and propaganda, but also by actions. #Quote by Karl Radek
Pecados In English quotes by Ben Aaronovitch
#14. For a terrifying moment I thought he was going to hug me, but fortunately we both remembered we were English just in time. Still, it was a close call. #Quote by Ben Aaronovitch
Pecados In English quotes by Mahatma Gandhi
#15. May not, now or hereafter, enter into a detailed account of the experiments in dietetics, for I did so in a series of Gujarati articles which appeared years ago in Indian Opinion, and which were afterwards published in the form of a book popularly known in English as A Guide to Health. Among my little books this has been the most widely read alike in the East and in the West, a thing that I have not yet been able to understand. It was written for the benefit of the readers of Indian Opinion. But I know that the booklet has profoundly influenced the lives of many, both in the East and in the West, who have never seen Indian Opinion. #Quote by Mahatma Gandhi
Pecados In English quotes by Carrie Fisher
#16. Two of the saddest words in the English language are, 'What party?' And L.A. is the 'What party?' capital of the world. #Quote by Carrie Fisher
Pecados In English quotes by Peter Jackson
#17. People sort of accuse Tolkien of not being good with female characters, and I think that Eowyn actually proves that to be wrong to some degree. Eowyn is actually a strong female character, and she's a surprisingly modern character, considering who Tolkien actually was sort of a stuffy English professor in the 1930s and '40s. #Quote by Peter Jackson
Pecados In English quotes by A.S. Byatt
#18. I think literary theory has not been terribly good for English studies in a while. It's not that theory isn't interesting, but it isn't about books, or the idiosyncrasies and complexities of putting language together. #Quote by A.S. Byatt
Pecados In English quotes by Mike Fitzpatrick
#19. Myspace alone has just over 80 million users and ranks as the sixth most popular English language website and the eighth most popular site in the world. #Quote by Mike Fitzpatrick
Pecados In English quotes by Homer
#20. L. 547. The terms made use of in this line, and in 481, may appear somewhat coarse, as addressed by one Goddess to another: but I assure the English reader that in this passage #Quote by Homer
Pecados In English quotes by Marie Helvin
#21. I was addicted to 'The Monkees' TV programme - not so much because of the music but because of the commercials in between. The programme was sponsored by Yardley, and in the commercial breaks, there would be these English girls on roller skates, wearing hot pants, and I just thought, 'God! How neat!' #Quote by Marie Helvin
Pecados In English quotes by Irvine Welsh
#22. - Then whit?
- Git a job. Or git oan a scheme.
- No gaunnae stey oan n take Highers?
- Naw.
- Ye should. You could go tae University.
- Whit fir?
Geoff had to think for a while. He had recently graduated with a degree in English Literature and was on the dole. So were most of his fellow graduates.
- It's a good social life, he said. #Quote by Irvine Welsh
Pecados In English quotes by Henry Hitchings
#23. The history of prescriptions about English ... is in part a history of bogus rules, superstitions, half-baked logic, groaningly unhelpful lists, baffling abstract statements, false classifications, contemptuous insiderism and educational malfeasance. But it is also a history of attempts to make sense of the world and its bazaar of competing ideas and interests. #Quote by Henry Hitchings
Pecados In English quotes by Neil DeGrasse Tyson
#24. So while you're getting ripped apart head to toe as you fall into a black hole, you will also extrude through the fabric of space and time, like toothpaste squeezed through a tube. To all the words in the English language that describe ways to die (e.g., homicide, suicide, electrocution, suffocation, starvation) we add the term spaghettification. #Quote by Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Pecados In English quotes by Anthony Trollope
#25. The difference of the English and Irish character is nowhere more plainly discerned than in their respective kitchens. With the former, this apartment is probably the cleanest, and certainly the most orderly, in the house ... An Irish kitchenis usually a temple dedicated to the goddess of disorder; and, too often, joined with her, is the potent deity of dirt. #Quote by Anthony Trollope
Pecados In English quotes by Nelson DeMille
#26. ...."When I was in boarding school, which is English-run, I read a very beautiful passage---something that George VI said in his Christmas message to the English people, in the darkest year of the war, 'Give me a light that I may tread safely into the unknown. And he replied, Go out into the darkness and put your hand into the hand of God. That shall be to you better than light and safer than a knownew way. #Quote by Nelson DeMille
Pecados In English quotes by Jonathan Culver
#27. The English language is a work in progress. Have fun with it. #Quote by Jonathan Culver
Pecados In English quotes by Vinny Guadagnino
#28. People think for Shakespeare you have to have a big English accent, but it's not true. He designed it so it can be performed in any accent in any time period. #Quote by Vinny Guadagnino
Pecados In English quotes by J.R.Nyquist
#29. The problem, then, is not East versus West. The problem is that the elites in nearly every country have become rotten and socialist. As Bukovsky wrote in his book, "Even the ageless James Bond does not fight the KGB, but is most frequently in an alliance with the KGB, against some mythical super-corporation headed, as a rule, by a lunatic capitalist."
Bukovsky's book, "Judgment in Moscow," will be released in English in May. What does he say happened toward the supposed end of the Cold War? Bukovsky wrote, "This was a full debacle, a total surrender of its positions by the West at the most critical moment of our history. #Quote by J.R.Nyquist
Pecados In English quotes by Minae Mizumura
#30. You will tell me that there always exists a chasm between the world depicted in novels and films and the world that people actually live in. It is the chasm between the world mediated by art and the world unmediated by art, formless and drab. You are absolutely right. The gap that my mother felt was not necessarily any deeper than the gap felt by a European girl who loved books and films. Yet there is one critical difference. For in my mother's case, the chasm between the world of art and real life also symbolized something more: the asymmetrical relationship I mentioned earlier - the asymmetrical relationship between those who live only in a universal temporality and those who live in both a universal and a particular one.

To make this discussion a little more concrete, let me introduce a character named Francoise. Francoise is a young Parisienne living before World War II. Like my mother, she loves reading books and watching films. Also like my mother, she lives in a small apartment with her mother, who is old, shabby looking, and illiterate. One day Francoise, full of artistic aspirations, writes an autobiographical novel. It is the tale of her life torn between the world of art and the world of reality. (Not an original tale, I must say.) The novel is well received in France. Several hundred Japanese living in Japan read this novel in French, and one of them decides to translate it into Japanese. My mother reads the novel. She identifies with the heroine and sa #Quote by Minae Mizumura
Pecados In English quotes by Daisy Hernandez
#31. I look at the white woman's cards and listen to her bold English words - dog, cat, house - and there is all the evidence of what is to come in my life. I am not to go the way of the two people I long for in the thick terror of the night. The first man I love and the first woman I adore, my father and my mother with their Spanish words, are not in these cards. The road before me is English and the next part too awful to ask aloud or even silently: What is so wrong with my parents that I am not to mimic their hands, their needs, not even their words? #Quote by Daisy Hernandez
Pecados In English quotes by Elena Roger
#32. In Buenos Aires, I have a very close friend who speaks very good English, and she taught me. It was quite difficult because the muscles of your mouth are used to your language, and then when you want to speak another language, they don't go to the place they need to go to make the sound. #Quote by Elena Roger
Pecados In English quotes by Robert David Hall
#33. I pretty much spent my twenties as a musician and taking acting classes. I loved it. I was at UCLA getting As and Bs in English and creative writing, basically trying to stay out of the Army. All I really wanted to do was play music. #Quote by Robert David Hall
Pecados In English quotes by Marc Anthony
#34. I'm not a salsa singer who wants to sing in English, and I'm not this American kid who wants to sing Spanish. #Quote by Marc Anthony
Pecados In English quotes by Roger Allam
#35. Italy still has a provincial sophistication that comes from its long history as a collection of city states. That, combined with a hot climate, means that the Italians occupy their streets and squares with much greater ease than the English. The resultant street life is very rich, even in small towns like Arezzo and Gaiole, fertile ground for the peeping Tom aspect of an actor's preparation. I took many trips to Siena, and was struck by its beauty, but also by the beauty of the Siennese themselves. They are dark, fierce, and aristocratic, very different to the much paler Venetians or Florentines. They have always looked like this, as the paintings of their ancestors testify. I observed the groups of young people, the lounging grace with which they wore their clothes, their sense of always being on show. I walked the streets, they paraded them. It did not matter that I do not speak a word of Italian; I made up stories about them, and took surreptitious photographs. I was in Siena on the final day of the Palio, a lengthy festival ending in a horse race around the main square. Each district is represented by a horse and jockey and a pair of flag-bearers. The day is spent by teams of supporters with drums, banners, and ceremonial horse and rider processing round the town singing a strange chanting song. Outside the Cathedral, watched from a high window by a smiling Cardinal and a group of nuns, with a huge crowd in the Cathedral Square itself, the supporters passed, and to drum r #Quote by Roger Allam
Pecados In English quotes by Ann Hood
#36. When I began my career as a flight attendant, I was a 21-year-old with a B.A. in English and stars in her eyes. I wanted to see every city in the world. I wanted to have adventures that, I hoped, would fuel a writing career some day. #Quote by Ann Hood
Pecados In English quotes by Stephen King
#37. Then he shows up one night, drunk, and screams at Scott in a mixture of German and English, calling Scott the American Communist boiling-potter, a phrase her husband treasures to the end of his days. Scott, far from sober himself (in Germany Scott and sober rarely even exchange postcards), at one point offers the sonofabitching landlord a cigarette and tells him Goinzee on! #Quote by Stephen King
Pecados In English quotes by Nicholas Haslam
#38. Most English houses, grand or small, nestle in an intimate pastoral setting. #Quote by Nicholas Haslam

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