In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Any noob can tell you this is not the way if you want to motivate your students to study hard and do well.
- More levels would be cool, finding new ways to take noobs to school on different levels is always the tops, but right now it rocks the potty with just one.
- Anyhow, every month all of our schools get newsletters that come with teaching tips and how-to-survive-in-Japan tips for noobs like me.
- It took me ages to find out how Illustrator worked; I still consider me a noob after 5 years.
- That being said, I'm such a noob for not finding that article by myself.
- We are such noobs.
- Social Development goes to a noob who seems to have never said a thing on the topic, while Labour is ranked bottom of the Cabinet.
- Being a noob, I forgot to print out the map.
- I'll start by explaining a little background information for all the noobs who didnt watch the cartoon series.
- Also slightly unexpected is that of those surveyed, almost 30 percent were total Apple noobs, while 40 percent had never owned an iPod before.
- But we still think you're a noob.
- It was a jungle when fresh graduates and wet-behind-the-ears geeks, noobs and dorks or what you will found their niche or felt outwitted by the more intelligent of the species.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
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