In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- We will pick ourselves up, dust ourselves down and we'll be back stronger than ever.
- This is the first of a couple of introductory questions that we'll return to later in the series.
- This week we'll be doing more improvisation and working from scripts for the first time.
- Because it has been working so well, I know that in a couple of years we'll be able to give up the day job.
- At the resort we met some wonderful folks that we hope we'll get a chance to see again.
- However, it still does what it says it does, and I dare say we'll all get used to it.
- The more people, and the more diverse they are, the better and smarter we'll all be.
- She's gone to bed a lot happier now but I guess we'll have to keep an eye her until the results are known.
- Interest was high amongst the gang, and it looks like we'll be playing again soon.
- Ah well - we'll figure something out for us to do tonight that will be fun for everyone.
- We're looking to get people involved in the sport and we'll be coming back again next year.
- We hope to return to Durham before too long, and when we do we'll definitely try out this treat.
- With the financial constraints at this club we'll maybe have to start taking a gamble.
- If he remains fit this season, there's no way we'll be able to keep him next season.
- The difference was that the centre had shifted to the right, for reasons we'll come to.
we will, we shall
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