Author: Comfort Ajala

Language Learning

KOR | GER Phrases – With Beispiele

Favorite kind of 좋아하는 종류의 그 도서관은 내가 좋아하는 종류의 책을 구비하고 있다. The library has the sort of books I like to read. 그녀는 내 타입[내가 좋아하는 종류의 사람]이 아니다. She’s not my type. Am liebsten Shows wie diese sind mir am liebsten. This is my favorite kind of show. On the way back […]

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Korean and German Phrases I learned this week – With examples

Save energy 에너지를 절약하다 겨울이 되면, 몇몇 사람들은 밤에 난방을 낮춰 에너지를 절약한다 In winter, some people conserve energy by lowering the heat at night. Energie sparen Wir müssen konkrete Lösungen finden, die es uns ermöglichen Energie zu sparen. We have to find concrete solutions that allow us to save energy. Some people 몇몇 사람들은 […]

Language Learning

Language Learning

know one´s place[station in life] 분수를 알다 A wall 벽 Nonetheless, yet, nevertheless 그럼에도 불고하고 exert[strain] oneself, work hard, endeavor, do one’s best, take pains[trouble], make an effort, try hard, make efforts, strive ((for)) sweat blood(구어), sweat one’s guts out(구어) 애쓰다 still, quiet, calm, placid, tranquil 잔잔하다 Only 단지 Looking from a distance 곁에서 보다 […]

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what I learned today : Korean

The story Die Story – Die Geschichte 이야기 A bit Ein bisschen 조금 Overweight Übergewichtig sein 제중이다 Have low self esteem 자신감이 부족하다 Wenig Selbstbewusstsein haben Everyday life Der Alltag 일상생활 Centers around Dreht sich um A는   B가 중심으로 되다 Once thought 한때는 …라고 생각했어요 Dachten mal, dass Stopped attending classes 수업에 출석하다 later found […]

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What I learned last Week | German | Korean | French

fireworks 불꽃놀이 Das Feuerwerk Les feux d’artifice Where do you think I should go ? 어디에 가면 좋겠습니까? Wohin denkst du, dass ich gehen soll ? Où est-ce que je devrais aller ? naturally; fairly;of course 당연히 Naturellement Bien sur Natürlich selbstverständlich. Purchase 구입하다 Kaufen j’achète take advantage of  ~을 이용하다; ~을 기회로 활용하다 profiter […]

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What I learned this week

  decrease; diminish 우리회사의 수입은 감소하고 있다. Our company’s revenue is growing down verringern surveillance (system) 감시망 He slipped away from the police surveillance and fled. 그는 경찰의 감시망을 뚫고 도망쳤다 Die Überwachung Unter Beobachtung stehen Conclude 결론을 내리다 draw[make] a conclusion 성급한 결론을 내리다 make a hasty conclusion voreiligen Schlüsse ziehen voreiligen Entscheidungen treffen […]

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What I learned this week | German, Korean, French words and phrases

French – Prepositions Korean, German – Article English – New Phrases and Vocab Chinese –  Greeting and characters   Script 대본 Skript It is unfortunate / it is pity 아쉽다 / 아쉽지만 Es ist bedauerlich / Es ist bedauernswert Impressive 인상적인, 인상[감명] 깊은 Beeindruckend Eindrucksvoll If i save money, 돈을 절약하다 돈을 모으다 Wenn Ich […]

Coding, JavaScript, Software Development

What I learned today | Functional Javascript: Variables Scope and Closures

Remember the Book: Functional JavaScript   So chapter 3 right?…hm Scopes From my understanding, where a variable lives, while the extent of a scope means how long a variable holds a value. Global Scope This has the longest lifespan when you declare a variable without the var, you are defining a global variable (accessible to […]

Coding, JavaScript, Software Development

What I learned today | Functional Javascript | Chapter 2 | First-Class Functions and Applicative Programming

Hey!! you missed me ? no..okay .. so chapter 2 First Class Functions According to the author, I quote, “the term first class means that soething is just a value. Is one that can go anywhere that any other value can go”. Therefore a first class function is as shown below: var number = function(){return […]

Coding, JavaScript, Software Development

What I learned today | Functional Programming in JavaScript | Chapter 1

In my most recent Coding Blog Post I briefed on what I learned while reading the Book “DOM Enlightment“. The book improved my knowledge of DOM transversing, specific and list selection, style manipulation  etc. This time I have decided on reading the book “Functional JavaScript” by Michael Fogus. I hope to prevent redundancy in my […]

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Interesting ways to manipulate the DOM using (vanilla) JavaScript Part 2

Hope you found the part 1 helpful.. Okay, let’s begin… Styling style property to access a specific style property e.g. border-width, use selection.style.borderWidth or for background-color backgroundColor. getProperty, setProperty, removeProperty methods get – takes in only one argument; returns the value of that property e.g. selection.getProperty(“background-color”) set – updates the value of a specific property; […]