Lucy: I don’t live in London. I also don’t so neither exercises pdf in London.
Me: Harry doesn’t play the piano and neither do I. In my examples above, I use ‘do’ because the first sentence is in the present simple tense. The verb after ‘so’ or ‘neither’ changes depending on the tense of the verb in the first sentence. John isn’t at the office. Luke isn’t going out tonight.
Jill went to the cinema yesterday. Jill didn’t go to the cinema yesterday. She was at the library. She wasn’t at the library. They haven’t been to Colombia. Edward will be at the cafe later.
Edward won’t be at the cafe later. He would like a cup of tea. He wouldn’t like a cup of tea. What about ‘too’ and ‘either’? We can also use ‘me too’ and ‘me neither’. We live in London and so do they. Jill and Laura do too.
My parents don’t come here often. She isn’t French and neither is he. You don’t like cold weather. I’m Seonaid and I hope you like the website. Please contact me if you have any questions or comments. The posture of zazen is seated, with folded legs and hands, and an erect but settled spine.
One can sit comfortably, but not too comfortably, so as to avoid falling asleep. Rinzai school face in, towards each other with their backs to the wall, and in the Soto school, practitioners face the wall or a curtain. Very generally speaking, zazen practice is taught in one of three ways. In reality many Zen communities use both methods depending on the teacher and students. At this point, the practitioner moves to one of the other two methods of zazen. Having developed awareness, the practitioner can now focus his or her consciousness on a koan as an object of meditation. Since koans are, ostensibly, not solvable by intellectual reasoning, koan introspection is designed to shortcut the intellectual process leading to direct realization of a reality beyond thought.
Sitting fixedly, think of not thinking. How do you think of not thinking? This is the art of zazen. This page was last edited on 5 December 2017, at 16:12.