Amerigo Vespucci planned to go to the same places that Columbus had gone. He wanted to see for himself what Columbus had experienced, but he missed the West Indies altogether. One his first voyage he was not the captain of the ship.
What was explorer Jacques Cartier's planned destination?
His exact destination was Canada. He sailed to the Gulf of St. Lawrence and mapped all the way up the St. Lawrence river and into Quebec. ...
Asked in Grammar
Should you say have planned to be out or has planned to be out?
That depends on the pronoun you are using at the time. Example: "I have planned to be out." "You have planned to be out." "She has planned to be out." "They have planned to be out." "We have planned to be out." "John has planned to be out." "The whole family has planned to be out." ...
Asked in World War 2, World War 1
Why was World War I a failure?
World war 1 was a failure because the landing was badly planned, the ANZACS had landed 16 kilometeres away from their original destination Cape tepe, the destination they landed in was later Called Anzac cove, the Turks had then reinforced their postitions. ...
What is the difference between a 'getaway vacation' and a 'destination vacation'?
A get-away is a short trip, usually a week-end, that is near to where you live and most times it's a spur of the moment trip. A destination vacation is a pre-planned trip to a specific place. ...
Asked in Horror and Suspense Movies
Can what happened on Final Destination happen in real life?
Final Destination is a combination of the paranormal and fatalism. Both of said topics are unscientific. Premonitions, while people have claimed to have experienced them, have not yet been proven. Fatalism is a philosophical belief that everything is planned out for you in advanced. If you hide from your fate, fate will still find you. ...
Asked in The Moon, Astronauts
How do astronauts land in the right place on Earth?
Using a carefully planned and controlled descent. By planning when to commence the descent they can predict approximately where they will be and then where they will land. Then by controlling the descent they can maneuver the spacecraft their desired destination. ...
Asked in Grammar
Is it correct to say what do you have planned?
Yes, it is correct in the following type of construction: 'What do you have planned for this afternoon?' It means the same as 'What have you planned for this afternoon?' or 'What plans do you have for this afternoon?' or 'What have you got planned for this afternoon?' or 'What have you planned to do this afternoon?' ...