In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1relación de comunicación femeninoit is important to establish a good rapport with your students — es importante entablar una buena relación de comunicación con los alumnos
- a close rapport exists between them — se entienden muy bien
- She was a person of understanding and tolerance and had a rapport on a very human level with all her pupils.
- He had a good rapport with the people of Roscommon and served the community well down through the years.
- Kieran recalls that Margo had an incredible rapport with the Irish exiles all over England.
- Dermot and Bridie quickly established a rapport with the people of the town and hinterland.
- In later years, she had a special rapport with her grandchildren and took a keen interest in their lives.
- He loved his profession and had a wonderful rapport with the children and the people of the Bohola region.
- Gradually he overcame his natural shyness and established a rapport with his audience.
- The rapport that she established with her guards was a factor, but obviously it was far from enough.
- He quickly realised the importance of establishing a rapport with the players.
- Woolery has great presence, and always maintains a good rapport with the contestants.
- We quickly established a rapport, and it fell to me to tell him his diagnosis.
- With her inimitable recital she established an immediate rapport with the audience.
- Witty and engaging, he was very well informed on local matters and had a special rapport with young folk.
- He has a great rapport with the other players and he and his wife socialise with them.
- Their set of songs were played flawlessly and they had a great rapport with each other on stage.
- I made sure that the student walked out of the class with me enabling me to develop a positive rapport with him.
- He was a hard-working man who had a good rapport with people and who got on well with friends and neighbours.
- However, there was a point at which I seemed to establish a rapport with a rather sexy man on the dance floor.
- She also had a wonderful rapport with her grandchildren and there was a great bond between them.
- His has a great rapport with his audiences and requests are always welcome.
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