Harry Potter y el Prisionero de Azkaban

Para mejora mi español, he leido algunos libros en espanol. Y esta vez terminé leer Harry Potter y el Prisionero de Azkaban. Leí todos los libros en la serie de Harry Potter cuando era un estudiante para la escuela secundaria. Pero en aquel entonces leí los libros en inglés para mejora mi inglés. Después de todos estos años, regresé a leer Harry Potter y aún me da mucho gusto.

Es mi primera vez que escribí un post en espanol, entonces perdóname si encuentras muchos errores con mi español. Lo agradeceré si dejame saber mi errores. Entonces, compartiré contigo un sinopsis y mis pensamientos de este libro.
!Atención: contiene spoiler!

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Sinopsis

Harry Potter y el Prisionero de Azkaban es el tercero libro de la serie Harry Potter. Harry Potter tiene 13 años y esta estudiando en un escuela para magos que se llama Hogwarts. Durante el verano, vives con tus tios que son muggles, no se pueden hacer magia, porque los padres de Harry fue asesinado por el malvado Voldemort. Mientras tanto, un asesino serie con magicos poderes, Sirius Black, ha escapado Azkaban. Sirius Black ha ayudado Voldemort y ha tracionado los padres de Harry. ¿Con Sirius Black centrado a Harry, como puede Harry queda en salvo de Sirius Black en su tercer año en Hogwarts?

Opinión Personal

Todos, incluido Harry, creen que Sirius Black he tracionado los padres de Harry y quiere matarlo. Cuando Harry descubrió que Sirius es su padrino y el mejor amigo de su padre, Harry odiaba Sirius aún más. Solo hasta cerca del final del libro, fue relevado que Sirius no tracionó los padres de Harry y es el otro amigo de su padre, Peter Pettigrew, que los tracionó. Para la sorpresa de todo (incluyéndome debido a mi malo recuerdo jaja), Peter ha vivido con las familia de Ron, el amigo de Harry, por doce años como una rata. Me gusta mucho estos giros inesperados y los desarollos de personajes de Harry y los amigos de su padres.

 

No puedo escribir bien en espanol ahora, entonces mi reseña en espanol es muy corto. Espero que puedo mejorar rapido y no escribo como un niño jaja. Gracias por su timepo para leer mi reseña y quisiera saber tus pensamientos de este libro tambien.

Estoy leyendo El Alquimista de Paulo Coelho.

 

My 2018 New Year’s Resolution

Yes… I know… you are probably thinking that nobody makes their New Year’s resolutions nearly 3 months into the year. In my defense, most of my resolutions were decided a while ago but it was just recently that I committed to blogging. For 2017, my spare time off of work was spent mostly on developing my flashcard mobile application. And for 2018, I have a few goals that I want to focus on to have an even more productive year.

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Resolution #1: Be conversational in Spanish

My father has always stressed the importance of learning a 3rd language which has always stuck with me. Being able to travel to Spanish speaking countries and to communicate fluently is something I want to accomplish. I have taken a few Spanish courses in university along with reading books and watching Netflix shows in Spanish. This has greatly improved my reading and writing. However, speaking and listening are areas I struggle with, especially when the conversations aren’t slowed down for me. To be conversational in Spanish, I want to push myself to communicate in Spanish 3 days a week.

Resolution #2: Complete and promote my flashcards mobile app project, My Vocab

Whether it’s going to Spanish classes, reading Spanish books, or watching animes in Spanish, it’s common for me to come across words that I don’t understand. Whenever this happens, I jot down the words on my notebook so I can review it later. However as time goes on, this process becomes more and more infeasible. I read Spanish books during my commute to work and watch Netflix shows in Spanish during dinner, so having a notebook wherever I go is not practical. And secondly, as I jot down more vocab, organizing and reviewing the vocab gets more and more difficult. With my interest in programming, I decided to develop a flashcards mobile app, My Vocab, that allows me to record, translate, and review words I want to learn. With the main features developed, I want to promote it to see how far I can take it and get as much feedback as possible.

Resolution #3: Read 20 books

I have always enjoyed reading and have been reading on and off throughout the years. With a stronger emphasis on improving my Spanish, I have spent the past year reading Spanish books during my commute to work. However, that’s where it stopped and I had never thought about dedicating more time to read. That is, until the following conversation I had with my girlfriend, Grace:

The conversation was simple, but it got me thinking. I can be more productive, I can read more, and I can do more. I searched up books I want to read immediately and established my book list within a few hours. The following day, I went on Indigo and purchased all the books on my book list that are available. I have dedicated time slots to read since then and have decided to read at least one chapter every day. I can already feel the impact it has on my thought process and is definitely one of the best decisions I have made this year so far. All it takes is one push or one inspiration and I’m thankful to Grace for that.

Resolution #4: Develop my personal brand

The first English book I decided to read this year is Crush it! by Gary Vaynerchuk. Throughout the book, Gary stresses the importance of developing your own personal brand. A personal brand to me is the way people remember you. Developing my personal brand can help me connect and build trust with a bigger audience and also for my case, document my growth and learnings over time which I find invaluable. To start it off, I’ll write a summary of every book I read and share the learnings that I take away from it.

Resolution #5: Start a new project

With My Vocab mobile app project coming to a close, I want to challenge myself to start a new project that can potentially be a business. I haven’t decided on the idea yet, but I’ll share it with you here once it’s decided.

So here are my 2018 resolutions as well as my first blog post. I’m excited about what this year brings and I’m looking forward to reaching my resolutions! Thank you for spending the time to read what I have to share. Feel free to leave me a comment on your 2018 resolutions as well and we can keep tabs on how each other is progressing throughout the year!