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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- It was 40 years ago today that I got my GCE O-level results.
- Geraldton Grammar is one of only two schools in WA, undertaking the O level design and communications course set by Cambridge University.
- I'm going to spread a tale that he failed his O-level arithmetic.
- Maybe I'm wrong - I did fail my maths O level in 1975, but since then I have learned to use a calculator.
- I'm sure that I saw Jack put a black beret and a striped jumper into his overnight bag and he's been brushing up his O-level French.
- I myself did not know much about the People's Charter until I studied for my O level economic and social history examination.
- They will get their GCSE results today, but their O-level results are being kept secret until the end of the five episodes on September 2.
- We have heard of cases where the mother qualified for ERC, but hasn't kept her O-level certificates all these years.
- One by one and in alphabetical order the pupils at the fictional King's School were called up to a school stage lined with their teachers, to learn their O-level results in front of a hall filled with their parents and fellow pupils.
- Mr Rosenberg was my O-level Physics teacher at comprehensive school.
- Where was that knowledge in 1974 when I managed to get just 1 O level from the 9 I took.
- David left school with one O level after failing his 11-plus.
- Everyone must follow an academic curriculum and write O level in four years.
- I attended the British School of Paris and studied art as an O-level subject.
- The Nuffield O level syllabus covered this in year 9, along with lots of optics, including reflection, refraction, diffraction and telescopes.
- Aged 20, Kay decided to go to Liverpool University, telling the administrators that he had A-Levels in psychology and English literature, when the only qualification he had was O-level art.
- Unfortunately, my O-level French is a distant memory.
- ‘My only academic achievement after leaving school was in 1969, when I gained an O level in English at Shipley College at the age of 23,’ said Mr Walsh.
- As someone who has taken both the old O-level maths and the GCSE version he is also one of the few people who can pass judgment on whether exams really have got easier.
- It offers A-level and O-level courses as an alternative to the Leaving Cert.
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.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.