In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Intrinsic motivation is the desire to take part in an activity for its own sake.
- For a short while I lived my life this way, I had no motivation to change it either.
- Since the disaster it's been a constant challenge to maintain motivation and morale.
- I lost any small amount of motivation I had to study after she became ill.
- I just hope that this enthusiasm and motivation grows, and we don't see all he has to give too soon.
- Other possibilities include job satisfaction, motivation and the experience of work generally.
- Leadership, strategic thinking and motivation are considered to be the key qualities of an effective CEO.
- Thinking like this will make your learning more personal, and this will increase your motivation.
- The course will include the study of motivation, emotion and personality.
- In his mind it has given him the added drive and motivation to do better.
- The students all showed extreme motivation and interest in it.
- What does this do to a young man of little education, to his desire and motivation?
- Socialism could only become a reality if the majority of people had the desire and motivation to fight for it.
- The hypothalamus is one of the most important parts of the brain, involved in many kinds of motivation, among other functions.
- An interviewer wants to gauge your enthusiasm and motivation in wanting a job there.
- All in all, the Government is the poorer for the loss of her drive, motivation and intelligence.
- While they lack any motivation to be good, they intensely desire to appear good.
- She'd let us stay because we had motivation and good humour and spirit.
- I finished my intermediate, but realised that I had no motivation to continue.
- While the best students will always excel and achieve, added motivation can be provided by prizes such as this.
2(of others)motivación femenino
3(motive)motivo masculinomóvil masculino formal
- Trying to calculate the motivations of others is frustrating precisely because some statements or actions are motiveless.
- Although it can be very difficult to give up smoking, many women find pregnancy is a strong motivation.
- When we later meet Pilate, his motivations are made clear, but the High Priest's are not.
- On the other hand, is it wrong to suspect that the ad campaign might have political motivations as well?
- For people who have no faith in God, fear of punishment would be a stronger motivation to do good than promise of reward.
- Muslim women wear the hijab for a number of reasons beyond the obvious religious motivations.
- The university needs to reflect on the motivations of its teachers.
- What was the motivation behind you going traveling for two months in China & Vietnam a couple of years ago?
- It is also essential to understand the reasons and motivations behind such behaviours and cultural norms.
- The motivation for this rationalisation is, however, the serious fiscal crisis in the health care system.
- I've had to fire friends before because they didn't have the same motivations I had.
- Maduna said anybody was free to petition the Head of State and make a proper motivation as to why they should be pardoned.
- That was probably one of the main motivations in my life.
- According to Forbes one of the main motivations is to inspire children to continue with their education.
- Simply write a short motivation telling us why your candidate deserves to be honoured as our Woman of the Year.
- I am suggesting that we are wrong to dismiss their motivations and reasoning out of hand as trivial and aberrant.
- What could you possibly know about the motivations that caused these young people to become so angry?
- It also makes good business sense to query Plato's motivations for writing the Republic.
- Another factor had to do with the presentations, even the motivations.
- We all know what side they are on, and what their motivations are.
- Her main motivation was a desire to see the old mill working again.
- The question of whether simple life ever arose on Mars is a strong motivation for exploration.
- It just gave you a stronger motivation for doing what you already knew was right.
- But money remained one of the motivations behind the creation of the new partnership, Ms Phillips admitted.
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