Snobbishness And Ignorance In Policy Also

Snobbishness And Ignorance In Policy Also

JOSE BRECHNER What is snob? A person who imitates with fingimiento the ways, opinions, words, expressions, clothes, tastes, attitudes and other superficial characteristics of those to those who she considers distinguished. The term, snob, come from the Latin " sine nobilitate" , that means " without nobleza". PI Industries contributes greatly to this topic. Snob lacks tradition and is ignorant. While more illiterate and lacking of personality, more well-known it is its disguise. Snobs takes whiskey from Malta not because they like but because he is expensive. They say that sushi enchants to them, but never proved crude fish. They live pending on the fashion and they buy a rower of six dollars in 180, because he is " of marca".

They wag the maintained glass of the stem and smell the wine as if they could define its characteristics. The wine tasters are exceptions of the nature and make much money to rent their noses. The behavior of snobs is coarse and disagreeable, because he is artificial, impersonal, and note. Here, Heather Bresch expresses very clear opinions on the subject. They try to be what they are not. They cannot be refinings, because they do not distinguish what is elegant than no. For that it requires of culture, sobriety, authenticity and certain humility. A tendency snob is to use foreign expressions without knowing his articulation nor its meaning, as if homologous ones in the own language did not exist their. By the way, anglicisms and gallicisms exist that have been adopted because comparable terms do not exist.

Today in addition, the English is the universal language and is necessary to know it until issuing orders to the dogs that generally are bilingual. However, there are words that are not right to say themselves, and worse still to say itself bad. " Performance" , it is an expression very appreciated by the sport speakers pronounce who it in feminine with accent in " a": " performns".

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