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yolo: you only live once "...let me point out the illogic of that trendy little expression-because you can and should live not merely once, but every day of your life. Rather than You Only Live Once, it should be You Live Only Once… but because YLOO doesn't have the same ring, we shrug and decide it doesn't matter." -David McCullough in his speech "You're Not Special"

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Magix: Revolution[edit]

Magix: Revolution is a group of fictional shows starring the Magix group and villains.

Plot[edit]

The Magix group was started by Matthew Algebra and Rivka Ocho. The two friends go on magical adventures in the Magic Realm. During this time they meet allies and friends, especially, Meghan Algebra, Maggie Whitesmith, and Marcus Javan. As the group demonstrates friendship, trust, and standing up for what they believe in, they face hazards on the way. Some hazards even become their allies in the future. And the Magix group still sticks together.

Characters[edit]

Heroes[edit]

  • Rivka Ocho is a morphing and elemental witch and the second youngest member of the Magix team. She's preppy, intelligent, and quirky, but defends her friends in times of peril. She can get along easily with anyone, even villains.
  • Matthew (Matt) Algebra is an artillery and elemental wizard and Rivka's best friend. He's a nerdy jock who likes to play pranks on Rivka and Meghan. He's reserved to new people especially people who belittled him in the past.
  • Maggie Whitesmith is an artillery witch and the second oldest member of the Magix team. She also becomes Matt's girlfriend in the second season of Secret Team. She's a gypsy who befriends Rivka and Matt. She often belittles Meghan.
  • Meghan Algebra is an elemental witch and the youngest member of the Magix team. She is also the adopted sister of Matt. The young girl does not have much magic skills so she rarely battles villains. Unlike the other members, she does not carry a magical weapon.
  • Marcus Javan is an artillery and elemental wizard. He is also the oldest member of the Magix team. He is a serious teenager who likes basketball and has unique survival skills after living in the Shadow Realm for five years. Yet there he is

Pets[edit]

  • Safari is Matt's first dog and the first Magix pet. She accompanies him through the first, second, and third season of Matthew Algebra: Wizard Adventurer. She is killed in the end of the third season by Jeff, but her ghost often comforts Matt.
  • Shadow is Matt's second dog and familiar and first appears in the third episode of season one of Secret Team. He grows from a puppy and becomes an adult Golden Retriever in My Teenage Life. He's usually very playful, unlike his mate, Wanda.
  • Wanda is Maggie's wolf and first appears in the second season of Secret Team. She grows from a pup and becomes an adult wolf in My Teenage Life. She is reserved and does not show her emotions most of the time. As a pup, she was playful as Shadow. She eventually falls in love with him.
  • Banana Pie is Rivka's monkey that follows her home. She's agile, quick, and equipped with many harmless, but powerful banana pistols. She lives in a tree house. She first appears in My Teenage Life.
  • Pearl is Rivka's familiar and a morphing cat. She first appears in My Teenage Life as a birthday gift. She is seen as snobbish, snooty, and clever. She treats her adopted son, Chocolate, like a student. She teaches him how to be the best cat when he's a kitten.
  • Chocolate is Pearl's adopted son and soon becomes Meghan's familiar in I'm A.D.U.L.T.. He tries to act his best in front of Pearl, in fear of being scolded.

Villains[edit]

  • Anna Young is the main antagonist in the first and part of the second season in Matthew Algebra: Wizard Adventurer. She is a doll-maker witch and often creates minions to fight for her. She hires Monster Matt to kill Rivka and Matt, and when that didn't work, she tried to kill them herself. Finally, in the episode Stranded, she and Rivka become friends and she becomes their ally.
  • Monster Matt (Monty) is the second antagonist in the first and part of the second season in Matthew Algebra: Wizard Adventurer. He is the alternate reality version of Matt. He becomes Anna's henchman in the tenth episode. Unlike Matt, he is a morphing wizard, and can change his height and appearance. His actual, natural height is over 500 feet tall. In the episode Stranded, he befriends Rivka and makes amends with Matt.
  • Negative is a dark spirit that can possess people that have negative thoughts. He is the main antagonist in the third season of Matthew Algebra: Wizard Adventurer in his human form. He controls Matt twice in the first season and also Matt's cousin, Dolly. He travels easily in shadows but can survive in light.
  • Shadow Matt (Frederick) Algebra is the main antagonist for the shows Secret Team, My Teenage Life, and I'm A.D.U.L.T.. He is Matt's living shadow and Matt's childhood friend. As Matt drifts away from him and finds Rivka, Shadow Matt was enraged and tries to eliminate Rivka. Rivka convinces him to be friends with her, and he accepts. However, he overhears Rivka telling Matt that now "he doesn't have to play with his imaginary friend." Shadow Matt automatically feels betrayed and kidnaps Rivka to kill her. Matt intercepts and banishes his shadow to the Shadow World. Shadow Matt returns for revenge in Secret Team and brings his adopted sister, Shadow Meghan along with him. In The Queen of Time, Shadow Matt repents his sins and becomes part of the Timekeepers. He is considered to be the most important villain of the Magix series.
  • Shadow Meghan (Mallory) Algebra is the second antagonist for the shows Secret Team and My Teenage Life. She is Meghan's living shadow and Shadow Matt's adopted sister. She is brought from the Shadow World when Shadow Matt returns to the Magic Realm. She can turn into her Medusa form and back to her six-year-old shadow body. She is loyal to her brother, until she realizes his aggressive nature to Rivka and Matt was almost toxic. In I'm A.D.U.L.T., she betrays Shadow Matt and becomes a Magix ally. When her brother becomes a good guy, she supports him and loves him like family.
  • Mary (Lioness) Adams is a high-class villainess in Secret Team, My Teenage Life, and I'm A.D.U.L.T.. She is a minor character, but a powerful criminal who has never been caught. Abused as a child, Lioness has a group called the Wild Cats, a small group of assassins. They work for money and have many providers.
  • Princess Sing is a Desert-Asian ruler in the Magic Realm. She previously had a crush on Matt, but tries to kill the Magix group when Matt chooses Maggie over her. She is seen as childish and cruel, but knows how to use power. As a sorceress, she uses her staff to create magic.
  • Rita Sams is a demi-dragon villainess that disguises herself as a human to fit into high school. She is seen in My Teenage Life as a short, shy brunette teenager who spreads rumors about the Magix. When confronted in the science fair, she transforms into dark-haired girl with scaly blue skin, claws, and blue dragon wings. After a swift battle, she flees the scene and never returns to the high school. She makes a more dominant appearance in the new show, Magix: Villains.
  • Frank is a man-made monster made by Shadow Matt in I'm A.D.U.L.T.. Based on the classic Frankenstein, Frank was created from pieces of dead bodies, electricity, and a needle and thread. He can charge himself from electrical appliances and send pulses of electricity through his hands. In Magix: Villains, Frank uses his hands as a defibrillator on Sing. Frank's companion, Frankie, had also been created by Shadow Matt as a request from Frank. Frankie is a female version of Frank and also has an affection for him.
  • Amanda (Tunneler) Winston is a minor villain in The Queen of Time. She appears spontaneously in the first season. She is a human equipped with gadgets that can drill through a foundation or any types of material in minutes. She is often seen with a hard hat and denim overalls.
  • Rachel (Disturbia) Plasma is a villainess that appears in The Queen of Time and Magix: Villains. She was a mental patient in Bethlem Royal Hospital in 1852. One night, she escaped the hospital and was struck by a meteor. The guards found her crazy as ever and with strange powers, like throwing spiked projectiles from her shoulders and tentacles that tore out her back. She transported to the present year and got her costume idea from a Just Dance 4 music video of Disturbia by Rihanna. Disturbia became a terror to Maypole City, and an important villain to the Timekeepers.
  • Nila is a water spirit that takes other spirits' bodies of water. She is often seen in her water form, but can turn into a young human girl. When Rivka and Matt try to return one of her stolen rivers, she tries to drown them both.

Other Characters[edit]

  • Sam Parks is an ally to the Magix and appears first in Rivka Goes to College. She is a human with golden bracelets/knuckles that can be charged with energy and blasted precisely. She is surprisingly strong and can lift the front of a car. Sam has a small affair with Matt and Shadow Matt, then with Jessica.
  • Julie and Adam Algebra are Matt's parents and Meghan's adoptive parents. They get divorced before the series, but remarry in My Teenage Life. They are both wizards and both support Matt and Meghan, even from their farm in Illinois.
  • The Ocho Family is Rivka's family in the series. They are not seen often, though most of the time, Yocheved, Shmuel, and Yahshua are seen with Rivka in small scenes.
  • Shadow Maggie Whitesmith is Maggie's living shadow and Shadow Matt's crush. She is seen as competitive, independent, and an excellent fighter. She always declines Shadow Matt's offer to be her boyfriend. She is also a brutal assassin, but becomes an ally to the Magix in The Queen of Time.
  • Garret Justin is Rivka's boyfriend in My Teenage Life. He respects Rivka, even though she may annoy him at some times.
  • Bryan Parks is Meghan boyfriend in Rivka Goes to College. He often teases her about her diminutive height compared to an average teenager.
  • Chloe Jackson and Emily Claude are Meghan's two best friends. While Chloe is ditsy and close-minded, Emily is more sensible and intelligent. They both give good advice on boys, clothing, and friendship.

Verbos regulares[edit]

  • With the exception of appeler, jeter and their derived verbs, all verbs that used to double the consonants can also now be conjugated like amener.
  • With the exception of appeler, jeter and their derived verbs, all verbs that used to double the consonants can also now be conjugated like amener.
  • This verb is conjugated mostly like the regular -er verbs (parler and chanter and so on), but the -e- /ə/ of the second-to-last syllable becomes -è- /ɛ/ when the next vowel is a silent or schwa -e-. For example, in the third-person singular present indicative, we have il cèle rather than *il cele. Other verbs conjugated this way include lever and mener. Related but distinct conjugations include those of appeler and préférer.
  • This verb is conjugated like espérer. It is a regular -er verb, except that its last stem vowel alternates between /e/ (written ‘é’) and /ɛ/ (written ‘è’), with the latter being used before mute ‘e’.
  • One special case is the future stem, used in the future and the conditional. Before 1990, the future stem of such verbs was written céder-, reflecting the historic pronunciation /e/. In 1990, the French Academy recommended that it be written cèder-, reflecting the now common pronunciation /ɛ/, thereby making this distinction consistent throughout the conjugation (and also matching in this regard the conjugations of verbs like lever and jeter). Both spellings are in use today, and both are therefore given here.
  • This verb is conjugated like céder. It is a regular -er verb, except that its last stem vowel alternates between /e/ (written ‘é’) and /ɛ/ (written ‘è’), with the latter being used before mute ‘e’.
  • One special case is the future stem, used in the future and the conditional. Before 1990, the future stem of such verbs was written pécher-, reflecting the historic pronunciation /e/. In 1990, the French Academy recommended that it be written pècher-, reflecting the now common pronunciation /ɛ/, thereby making this distinction consistent throughout the conjugation (and also matching in this regard the conjugations of verbs like lever and jeter). Both spellings are in use today, and both are therefore given here.
  • This verb is conjugated like ouvrir and offrir. It is conjugated like a regular -er verb in the present and imperfect indicative, present subjunctive, imperative, and present participle; it is conjugated like a regular -ir verb in the infinitive, future indicative, conditional, past historic, and imperfect subjunctive; and its past participle souffert is irregular.
  • This verb is one of a fairly small group of -re verbs, that are all conjugated the same way. They are unlike other verb groups in that the ‘i’ is given a circumflex before a ‘t’.
  • This verb is conjugated like vendre, perdre, etc. (sometimes called the regular -re verbs), except that instead of *batt and *batts, it has the forms bat and bats. This is strictly a spelling change; pronunciation-wise, the verb is conjugated exactly like vendre.
  • This verb is conjugated like battre except that its past participle is mis, not *mettu, and its past historic and imperfect subjunctive are formed with mi-, not *metti-.
  • This verb is quite irregular, with the following patterns:
    • In the infinitive, in the singular forms of the present indicative, and in the future and the conditional, it is conjugated like rendre, perdre, etc. (sometimes called the regular -re verbs).
    • In the plural forms of the present indicative and imperative, in the imperfect indicative, in the present subjunctive, and in the present participle, it is conjugated like appeler or jeter, using the stem prenn- before mute ‘e’ and the stem pren- elsewhere.
    • In the past participle, and in the past historic and the imperfect subjunctive, its conjugation resembles that of mettre.


Verbos irregulares[edit]


  • The verb aller has a unique and highly irregular conjugation.

Dutch[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

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  • IPA(key): /botɑˈni/
  • Hyphenation: bo‧ta‧nie

Noun[edit]

Sandbox f ‎(uncountable)

  1. botany
  2. The American must not escape!

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