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How To: Use the formal vs. informal "you" in Spanish

Check out this Spanish language tutorial that demonstrates how to use the formal and informal version of the word "you" in Spanish. This instructional language video reviews the basic conversation from Lesson 1 and covers Tú and Usted, which both mean 'you', but differ in usage -- one is informal and the other is more formal, respectively. Watch this Spanish language video to learn the difference between the two forms and when to use them.

How To: Set up a formal dinner place setting

Ever wonder which side of the plate to put a fork? This video will show you piece-by-piece how to create a formal place setting for two different meal sizes. This is useful if you are hosting a fancy dinner, or are just having friends over for a nice meal. Some people even enjoy having a formal setting on their dining room table all the time.

How To: Do a quick formal half updo with Pursebuzz

Learn how to do a quick formal half updo. Pursebuzz is a YouTube makeup star. Her makeup tutorials are widely watched and favorited. Pursebuzz delivers beauty tutorials on makeup application and hairstyling. Search Pursebuzz on WonderHowTo for all of of her beauty how to's, including skincare, hair, makeup and celebrity looks.

How To: Make informal and formal commands in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to make Informal and formal commands in Spanish. When you speak in first person singular, you will say "yo" when you speak in plural, you will say "nosotros". These are both informal or familiar forms of the word. When you are speaking to someone that is a elder, you will want to speak in formal instead of informal. Use informal mode when you are talking with friends, family, children, and anyone else you talk to in a daily basis. Pay attention if you are talking a...

How To: Draw a formal dress

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to draw a formal dress. Begin by sketching the body of the figure. A formal dress is usually loose, so make the figure's body look thin and slender. The add some glamorous looking hair on the figure to make her look formal. Then add details to the dress by drawing the straps of the dress and cleavage on the chest. For the bottom of the dress, draw vertically curved lines to represent the fold of the dress. Make the dress look long and loose at the bot...

How To: Dance the Grand March

This video is a demonstration of how to walk/dance the Grand March (also known as The March, Polonaise, Grand Promenade, and Opening March). This march is the formal and traditional way to begin a formal ball.

How To: End a letter

Not sure how to close an important letter? Convey a powerful meaning to readers by choosing the right sign-off. In this video, proper etiquette to close a letter is gone over.

How To: Create several beautiful formal hairstyles and bedazzle them with pins

Yes, it takes a lot of work to be a girl. Before a big event like prom or a wedding, it's almost unheard of to step foot outside your door without a beautiful head of curls pinned up into a low bun, rouge dusted on lightly so as to impart a healthy sheen rather than a ruddy, feverish red, your nail manicured into sparkly, glossy perfection, and a delightful dress with matching heels you spent hours shopping for.

How To: Say 'hello' to someone in French

This video teaches you how to say hello to someone in French. When you approach a female, you should say “Bonjour, Madame”. The first word has two (2) syllables. The first syllable is pronounced the same as the word bone is pronounced in English. The second syllable of the first word is pronounced like the English word Jew: i.e. bone-Jew. The j sound in Jew should be overly exaggerated. To say hello to a male, you should say “Bonjour, Monsieur”. This is a formal way to say hello.

How To: Use the imperfect or past subjunctive in Spanish

In this video, we learn how to use the imperfect or past subjunctive in Spanish. When you are speaking in first person, you are going to use the singular "yo". If you are speaking in plurals, you will us "os", such as "nosotros". For second person familiar, you will use "tu", then for second person formal you would say "usted". For third person, you will say "el". When you talk in second person familiar and formal you will stress the second syllable in the word. Dissect the sentence to find o...

How To: Fold a double handkerchief for tuxedos

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to tie a double handkerchief for tuxedos. Begin with 2 triangle handkerchiefs and fold one over the other. Over lap the triangle to form one mixed triangle handkerchief. There are 2 ways to fold. The first ways is to take a corner and fold it up. Then flip it over and fold a corner down to form a square shape. The second way is to roll in the tow corners to create a cone shape. Put a card inside the fold and hold it together with a pin. This video wil...

How To: Tie a Four-in-Hand tie knot

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to tie a four-in-hand knot for a tie. Begin by putting the tie around your neck with the wide end on your right and narrow end on your left. Bring the wide end over the narrow end ad wrap it around. Wrap it around once more and bring it up through the loop at the neck. Now slide the wide end through the loop underneath it. Then hold the knot and pull the narrow end to tighten the tie. This video will benefit those viewers who are preparing for a forma...

How To: Easily tie an ascot

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to tie an ascot. Begin by placing the ascot around your neck. Make the right side just a little bit longer than the left. Then cross the left side over the right side. Now bring it up and over through the middle. Fluff it out to spread out the ascot and then tuck it inside your shirt. Make sure that it is flat and smooth inside the shirt. This video will benefit those viewers who are preparing for a formal dinner, party or special occasion, and would ...

How To: Arrange casual and formal place settings

Lifestyle expert Clinton Kelly shares tips for setting the table for a dinner party, either casual or more formal. For a casual dinner party he recommends using only a water glass and a non-specific wine glass. The plate goes in the center with a napkin in a ring placed on top of the plate. Two knives are placed to the right of the plate and two forks to the left.

How To: Create a formal bridal updo

Have a formal occasion coming up? Do you want that fancy bridal hair-do, but can't afford to go to an expensive salon? This video will show you step by step how to do a hair up-do. The demonstrator narrates while doing the style on herself so you know it's something you can handle on your own. She starts with the basics of teasing hair, then moves on to showing how to pull the hair back, and then keep it up with pins and products. You will need a teasing comb, hairspray, elastic holders, and ...

How To: Get fitted for a tuxedo

Have a formal event on the horizon? Want to put your best fashion foot forward? Looking your best at a prom, wedding or black tie event means wearing a properly tailored tuxedo. Take the proper measurements to ensure perfectly fitted menswear.

How To: Create an easy updo prom and wedding hairstyle

Looking for the perfect updo to wear to a formal event like a wedding or school dance? This video will show you how it's done! It's easy. So easy, in fact, that this clip can present a complete overview of the process in about ten minutes' time. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.

How To: Make a cursive handwriting font in Flash CS4

Using Flash CS4 to make websites is a great way to make them dynamic and interesting, it can also be a daunting challenge to both new and experienced web designers. This quick video demonstrates how to create a cursive font with mask typography that resembles real cursive handwriting. Great for creating more formal look on you sites.

How To: Tie a necktie with a Pratt (or Shelby) knot

Need to know how to tie a necktie for a formal event like a wedding or fancy job interview? Try an old American classic—the Pratt knot (sometimes referred to as the Shelby knot). This video tutorial presents a careful, slow-motion overview of the knot tying process and will have you tying perfect Pratt-Shelby knots in no time at all.

How To: Tie a necktie with the half-Windsor knot

Need to know how to tie a necktie for a formal event like a wedding or fancy job interview? Prefer that your knot not be too bulky? Try an old standby—the half Windsor knot (sometimes referred to as the "double" Windsor). This video tutorial presents a careful, slow-motion overview of the knot tying process and will have you tying perfect half Windsor knots in no time at all.

How To: Fasten a tie with the classic full Windsor knot

If you're going to an event formal enough to warrant a tie, you might want to go with a conservative, traditional knot like the full or "double" Windsor. This video tutorial presents a careful, slow-motion overview of the knot tying process and will have you tying perfect full Windsor knots in no time at all.

How To: Write an analytical proof of the quadratic formula

From Ramanujan to calculus co-creator Gottfried Leibniz, many of the world's best and brightest mathematical minds have belonged to autodidacts. And, thanks to the Internet, it's easier than ever to follow in their footsteps (or just finish your homework or study for that next big test). With this installment from Internet pedagogical superstar Salman Khan's series of free math tutorials, you'll learn how to write a formal analytical proof of the quadratic formula.

How To: Tie a necktie with a double (or full) Windsor knot

Need to know how to tie a necktie for a formal event like a wedding or fancy job interview? Try an old classic—the full Windsor knot (sometimes referred to as the "double" Windsor). This video tutorial presents a careful, slow-motion overview of the knot tying process and will have you tying perfect full Windsor knots in no time at all.

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