What makes a book or movie exciting? What makes you want to keep reading to find out what happens or stay until the end of the movie? Conflict. Yes, conflict. It is a necessary element of any story, driving the narrative forward and compelling the reader to stay up all night reading in hopes of some sort of closure.
Some of the names on this list will be entirely unsurprising, linked as they are with the most ubiquitous hit songs of '80s pop. Others, however, may come as at least a mild shock given their association with other eras or genres that seem completely unrelated. These artists displayed the most consistent hit-making prowess over the course of the '80s, and accomplished something special 01 of 10 Kenny Rogers Luciano Viti / Getty Images Don't ever question the power of crossover success, especially when it comes to the early-'80s phenomenon of country pop.
You have probably heard the old adage of unclear origin: It takes money to make money. Substitute the word "time," and the saying applies to time management as well: It takes time to make time. Sometimes you have to spend a little time to have more time later. These five time management tips require a little investment of your time up front, but once accomplished will help you be more efficient and effective later.
You're probably familiar with the very common Spanish words un and una , which are used before nouns and are the equivalent of "a" or "an" in English. These words are known as singular indefinite articles. The Plural Forms of 'Uno' and 'Una' In Spanish, these words can also exist in the plural form; unos and unas are known as the plural indefinite articles.
Fractions in Spanish can be stated in several ways depending on the formality of the speech and the size of the number. As always, where there is a choice of which form to use, listening to or reading the fractions in everyday use will help you develop a feel for which form is appropriate. Halves and Thirds The special forms la/una mitad and el/un tercio can be used for "half" and "third," respectively.
After Christopher Columbus blazed a trail to the New World in 1492, many others soon followed. The Americas were a fascinating, new place and the crowned heads of Europe eagerly sent explorers to look for new goods and trade routes. These intrepid explorers made many significant discoveries in the years and decades after Columbus' monumental journey.