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Those three times are in Acts 11:26, Acts 26:28, 1 Peter 4:16. Interestingly enough, All three of these passages are from books in the New Testament that take place after Jesus was already dead. According to Acts 11:26, the disciples of Jesus first started using the word “Christian” at Antioch.
Do-mo a-ri-ga-to. Kon-ni-chi-wa. Ka-wa-sa-ki. The Japanese language features five vowel phonemes: /a/, /i/, /u/, /e/, and /o/. Not only do all of its words end in vowels, all of its SYLLABLES end in them (unless they end in 'N')! Unlike in English, these lengthened open vowels are crucial in differentiating between words. Each of these syllables are stressed equally, and most begin with a consonant. Sa-yo-na-ra.
The six official languages of the United Nations are Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, and Spanish.
UN delegates may choose to speak in any of the official languages and their speech will be simultaneously interpreted into the other five. Similarly, most official UN documents are written in all six of these languages. Occasionally, a delegate may decide to speak in a non-official tongue. At these times, the representative body is required to provide either an interpretation or a written text of the statement in one of the official languages.