In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- I'll tee up knowing there aren't many players in the field ranked higher than me.
- Yes, some of them are people who would have paid more, but some of them aren't.
- The battles in the party aren't about ideology but about the only question that matters.
- There aren't many men that could fight back from tuberculosis and play cricket for England.
- Sometimes it is just hard to be upbeat and happy when things aren't going your way in life.
- Days of Worth say they aren't playing it safe, but are seizing the day and making music that counts.
- The notion that men aren't able to talk about their emotions is alien to me.
- The new tracks aren't radically different but they're more like individual songs.
- They aren't boisterous, keep themselves neat and tidy and smile at anybody who says hello.
- We aren't the first team to miss penalties and we won't be the last so I'm not going to blame the lads.
- It does mean a lot to know that these celebrities aren't too busy to respond.
- Maybe it's not fashionable to be a keeper any more, so young kids aren't taking up the position.
- If you really aren't sure about a house, you can have an independent survey done at your own expense.
- These seem like irrelevant questions, but they aren't that far off from relevancy.
- He's in the know, we aren't - so we should just believe him and stop our silly worrying.
- What puzzles me, as a close follower of this debate, is why these points aren't made more often.
- You don't win three trophies one season and go top of the table next if you aren't a good team.
- The high passions aren't down to the two candidates' inspiring visions for the country.
- We will be much more approachable, so that people aren't afraid to say anything.
- After all, how can anyone respond to questions that they aren't aware of having been asked?
- are not
2Britanicoaren't I clever? — ¡qué lista soy! ¿no?
- I'm right, aren't I? — tengo razón ¿no?
- I'm a decent guy, aren't I?
- Well I am selling it, aren't I?
- I am still here, aren't I?
- am not
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