What would you like to do?
Heute kommen engel auf urlaub nach wien?
What is today? is the direct translation of Was ist heute? It is a contraction of the phrase Was ist heute für ein Tag? meaning what day is it today? It translates literally… as What is today for a day?
nach oben = up or upward
Which day is it today?
It means "Vienna remains Vienna."
Its the opening line of a song and translates as: Vienna, Vienna, just you alone
Wien is the German name for Vienna, which is the capital of Austria.
Woher kommen sie? translates as Where are they from? Woher kommen Sie? translates as Where are you from?
absorbance units full scale
Was hast du heute Morgen gemacht = what did you do this morning
"Fredrich Engels was the co developer of Marxism with his more wellknown colleague Karl Marx" Improved: Friedrich Engels was aradical thinker and is best known for his contr…ibutions to theMarxist theories of government. Engels was born in Prussia in 1820to a fairly well-to-do family, but established himself as a revolutionary . He was so involved in revolutionary work thathe was forced to flee Prussia in 1844. His writings include TheCondition of the Working Class in England, but it was his collaboration with Karl Marx in the CommunistManifesto which gave him fame. Engels also helped edit Marx's Das Kapital. Engels' writings told of the need forthe common worker to arise and resist the powers of leadership,especially of the business owners. Engels promoted the idea thatthe working class should revolt if necessary to get the rights andbenefits he felt they deserved. His writings were revered by manyrevolutionaries in countries where oppression was evident.Ironically, his writings inspired some of the most oppressivegovernments within the last century, including the former SovietUnion. (German philosopher)
A Wein Bridge Oscillator is a oscillator which is used for the measurement of Audio Frequency.
frequency of oscillation can be easily varied high gain due to two stage amplifier high stability
he worked with karl marx on comunist stuff
"Today is Thursday". Hope that helped.