Even though languages contain thousands of words and phrases, you can get started by memorizing some of these common sentences and expressions. It's a fun, easy travel guide with simple things people say in everyday situations. You will learn exactly what a Spanish-speaking person would say, so you can consider yourself safe to be taught correctly.
My name is Fynn Young. Fynn is pronounced as it sounds F-I-N-N. I live in Mississippi in a small city called Tupelo. I was born in 1901. If you guessed my age to be 114 years old, you are correct. So how am I still alive? I am a female wolf shifter. I was born in 1925. When I was 24 years old, I learned I had a unique gift: I could change into a black wolf. I will forever look as though I am in my early 30s now. Being a shifter is something I have struggled with for 90 years.
"Full of Southern Charm and Sass!"
It's been one year since the toxoplasmosis outbreak. Nothing has changed. We still have walkers and we still have no cure in sight. The world we live in now is one where you have to fight or die. Fighting against the people who want to take what you have is harder than dealing with the walkers. Tracie and her family are still trying to learn how to deal with a new world, their fears, their grief and threats from the living as they survive and maintain their humanity in a world that has little left.
"Tracy's back with a vengeance."
When beautiful tomboy Elle is broken up with by her longtime boyfriend, she thinks her chance for happiness is over. Growing up in the wonderful, clean, and wholesome mountain town all she had ever dreamed of was having a family of her own. Having lost her parents at a young age, Elle knew true happiness was to be found in the love and connection of family. Now all she had left to find solace in is her horses and helping her grandpa run the lodge.