Bir değişkenin değeri bir mantıksal ifadenin ya da yanlış olmasına bağlı olarak belirlenebiliyorsa, onu 'if-else' deyimi ile tanımlamak yerine, daha kısa olarak "üçleme, conditional operator, tenary conditional" ile tanımlayabiliriz.
Get called at the crack of dawn not to see about your well being or if you are even alive, but I need something from you... Sometimes I wish God didn't make me to be the way I am... People always trying to take advantage #Conditional#love I suppose...
Unimoji® grammar lesson: Modal verbs – may/might 👨🏫 👩🏫 😃
Last week we discussed about “can / could” modal verbs and today we’ll continue on with modal verbs as well, focusing on the closest equivalents of “may / might” in English. These modal verbs are usually used to indicate uncertainty and to make polite requests.
In Unimoji, “may” and “might” are expressed with a modal auxiliary verb which contains a “❓” character. Once again, the indicative expression “may” uses a filled background for the “❓” character, whereas the conditional expression doesn’t have a background fill.
Not all languages have same modal verbs, and they’re not used similarly among languages either. For example, some languages are missing modal verbs “may” and “might” and use other means to convey the same meaning, for example with structures like “he possibly writes”. In English, modal verb “may” can be used to indicate a permission as well, like “you may go”, but in Unimoji the equivalent of “may” isn’t really suitable for that purpose as “❓” fits better for uncertainty and similar meanings, whereas modal verb “can” is better suitable to give a permission with “✔️” in it.
I am a true believer, we should speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves. 💁🏾♀️Upon starting my career in television seventeen years ago, I was surprised how many people would speak up for a cause to be noticed. I like to think of it as the brownie point system, self serving. However those who had the power to speak up and make changes would remained silent, allowing the man or woman who was suffering beside them to continue suffering .
In the end, it came down to the politics of the business, titles and rank ( pure selfishness or fear). I personally learned to speak up for others. Not because I am perfect but because I have been in situations where I have not been able to speak for myself and God has provided another to do so unbeknownst to me until after the fact.🎱 #it#isnt#about#you#it#is#about#the#scarifice#you#make#for#another#in#love#when#it#doesnt#benefit#you#true#love#is#not#conditional#thankulord#for#your#grace
Unimoji® grammar lesson: Modal verbs – can/could 👨🏫👩🏫😃
A modal auxiliary verb gives information about the function of the main verb that it governs. Modals have a wide variety of communicative functions, like ability, permission, likelihood, obligation and advice. Examples of modal verbs in English include “will / would”, “can / could”, “may / might”, “shall / should” and “must”. We have already covered “will / would” in the previous grammar lessons (used for future tense) and today we’ll talk about “can / could” in more detail.
In Unimoji, modal verbs of ability, permission, possibility, etc. (can / could) are expressed with a modal auxiliary verb which contains a “✔️” character. Similar to “will / would” verbs, the indicative expression “can” uses a filled background for the “✔️” character, whereas the conditional expression doesn’t have a background fill. That “emptiness” of the background is an indication of hypothesis or uncertainty.
Sometimes it’s possible to omit the main verb in Unimoji and have a modal verb in a sentence alone. For example, a sentence “I can swim” can be expressed with the modal verb “can” only. However, if you want to put that sentence to the past or future tense, then you need to add main verb “do” after the modal verb, since modal verbs don’t have a tense in Unimoji. A main verb is needed also if you want to express other verbs than “do” in Unimoji, for example “be” or “become”. Then you would write “I can be tired” or “I can become tired” for example.
"THE TRUTH OF WHO YOU ARE IS GREATER THAN ANY ATTACHMENT, BELIEF OR ROLE"
First and foremost
#Nature is medicine
I've been working out in the #park for the past 4 days
And I feel amazing.
Internally and Externally.
I've been going to work happy and cheerful.
the working hours truly wiz by when you're in a state of bliss.
Shout out to @donmiguelruiz.
I've been listening to 'The Mastery of self' for the past few days
I see where I've been going wrong in my #relationships .
At times I'm quick to blame others for THEIR actions and the way THEY ARE making me FEEL.
But it's never really been them.
It's YOU RENA.
MY #attachments to people, beliefs and opinions cause me to suffer
The way I've been #domesticated from young with ideals that my family/society have placed in my head
Of how and what I should be
And the type of man I should date
How I've self #domesticated myself using those same #beliefs /ideals that have been placed on me.
Down to #Conditional love
Feeling that people are only as good as what they can do for you.
"Every form of attachment starts with "If this happens I will love. "If" has no place in #uncondional love".
But its #healing !
I am #healing
It's HELLA #uncomfortable
There's a lot of #reprogramming going on
And lots of "stuff" coming to the surface
The work is never done.
I am taking ownership of my ISH and doing the work.
@ronniesgyal thank you for reminding me that "healing is learning how to cope with SHIT. There's no final point" 💛
Shout out to the man in the park who reminded that I should start practicing #yoga as it's great for the mind...and told me not get #depressed . 🌻
But the only way y'all kkw this dizzy dumb dike was on cocaine some trash I'm sure ; ) due to her abs her only letting y'all #socialmedia know she was snorting crack cocaine in fest place came from her mouth & only her mouth? Thought so... & the moment this is confirmed IMA violate each & everyone of u fake bitch made nigga's & whack as hoe's cus keep it a Buck ain't #Nair non of y'all worth anymore or less then what I'm already providing amongst u already and its Bella #conditional that I'm fxkn with each and everyone of yall.. Based on the terms & conditions we have fell upon in life to where @ which it has driven us in life to @what ever time in point that condition or value or resected is mistaken or blatantly disregard IMA #FlashGordon you're #ASS my licka #PICKNEYS & ALL!! IF I'M FULLY #WILLING & CAPABLE OF #pardoning MY OWN #BACK on my own kids FCK make u think I will or Not do to you?! Bruh lol I really b telling y'all the truth when I speak facts off all & 2nd of all fuck all y bitches & fuck boys over don't like it that's something u gotta work on within you're self.. I don't give a fuck if u like me or not I don't care!
Its koo u do if u do its koo u don't if u don't I don't care #DeadAss#Great#Kick#Geez#God#king#Blood#cuh#twinz#Inglewood#ca#ky#UK#Leads#dope#boof dare any body esp that I know to pass judgment upon me shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitttt #Mayor on #TheWire voice #DawnAlexus
Unimoji® grammar lesson: Conditional 👨🏫👩🏫😃
Conditional is used to express a proposition whose validity is dependent on some condition, i.e. to speculate about what could happen, what might have happened, and what we wish would happen. In English, most sentences using the conditional contain the word “if”. Conditional is sometimes also called “conditional mood” or “conditional tense”, depending on whether it’s referring to an inflected verb form only or to an analytic construction that performs the same function. We keep things simple and use the word “conditional” in both cases.
In Unimoji, conditional is often formed with the help of a main verb (be, become, do, etc.) inflected to the conditional mood. That’s done simply by making the background of the tense marker (arrow in a main verb) white instead of black. In Unimoji, there are only past and future conditional forms for main verbs. Past conditionals describe situations which might have happened, but they didn’t. For example, “if it had rained, you would have gotten wet”. Future conditionals describe situations which could happen, depending on some condition. For example, “if it rained, you would get wet“. It’s also possible to form conditional sentences without conditional verb forms, just by using the word “if” or “when”. That kind of conditionals are called “zero conditionals” and are often used to refer to general truths. For example, “if it rains, you get wet”. Some languages, for example Hungarian and Finnish, use conditional marker (or suffix) in verbs to conjugate them to the conditional mood. For example, a sentence “minä olen iloinen” (I am happy) in Finnish becomes “minä olisin iloinen” (I would be happy) in the conditional mood. Other languages, like English mostly does, use analytic constructions instead to form conditionals. For example, in English it’s mostly done with the help of “would” verb. However, some modal verbs, like “can”, “may” and “shall” can be conjugated in conditional form in English as well, “could”, “might” and “should” respectively.
Hannah Arendt: …the situation created by the sciences is of great political significance. Wherever the relevance of speech is at stake, matters become political by definition, for speech is what makes man a political being. If we would follow the advice, so frequently urged upon us, to adjust our cultural attitudes to the present status of scientific achievement, we would in all earnest adopt a way of life in which speech is no longer meaningful…whatever men do or know or experience can make sense only to the extent that it can be spoken about. There may be truths beyond speech, and they may be of great relevance to man in the singular, that is, to man in so far as he is not a political being, whatever else he may be. Men in the plural, that is, men in so far as they live and move and act in this world, can experience meaningfulness only because they can talk with and make sense to each other and to themselves.
While all aspects of the human condition are somehow related to politics, this plurality is specifically /the/ condition—not only the /conditio sine qua non/, but the /conditio per quam/--of all political life. Thus the language of the Romans, perhaps the most political people we have known, used the words “to live” and “to be among men” (/inter homies esse/) or “to die” and “to cease to be among men” (/inter homies else desinere/) as synonyms. But in its most elementary form, the human condition of action is implicit even in Genesis (“Male and female created He /them/”), if we understand that this story of man’s creation is distinguished in principle form the one according to which God originally created Man (/adam/), “him” and not “them,” so that the multitude of human beings becomes the result of multiplication.
Plurality is the condition of human action because we are all the same, that is, human, in such a way that nobody is ever the same as anyone else who ever lived, lives, or will live.
Sometimes, you will go through awful trials in your life and then a miracle happens--God heals you. Don’t be disheartened when the people you love don’t see things like you do. There will be Pharisees in your life that will laugh it off, deny that it happened, or will mock your experience based on righteousness they think you don't possess. #God won't deny you a spiritual experience because you are not a spiritual leader. He loves everyone equal. The only people that really matter in life are the people that can “see” your #heart and rejoice with you. #quoteoftheweek 👌🏾