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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- Among the several hundred finds so far are playing cards, fragments of toys, chess pieces, the base of a model figure, a wooden square from a Victorian Scrabble-type word game and a model fish carved from ivory.
- Scrabble introduced two new concepts to board games: the word game and the tile placement game.
- ‘Children sometimes played… I suppose it is a word game of a sort,’ she said slowly.
- Lena and Eloise had been playing a word game to pass the time.
- The scientist's perception of philosophy is that all too much of it is a variation on the above theme, that a philosophical analysis is a sterile word game played in a state of mental muddle.
- ‘Can we play the word game,’ he asked sitting up and wiping at his eyes for several seconds.
- In addition, doing word games like crossword puzzles and taking classes to learn new skills can help keep your mind sharp.
- When he lost his job in 1931, and decided to have a go at inventing a word game, Butts hoped to create something that would be an entertaining way to extend your vocab and improve your spelling.
- Rouse asked 82 students to complete a personality test and then spend two hours online playing a word game and chatting with the other players.
- The latest Hoyle product is Hoyle Crosswords, your basic paper and pencil word game that you commonly find each and every day in your local newspaper.
- And how about non-competitive word games and crossword puzzles?
- That's not a plan or a solution; it's a word game.
- I'm glad you liked the word game bit, I wasn't sure about it but you've quieted any worries I had.
- Crosswords are perhaps the most obvious example of a solitary word game.
- I've never understood this obnoxious word game.
- Thinking quickly, the waiter says: ‘Let's play a word game.’
- It's terribly addictive if you like words or word games, especially since - like Yahtzee - you can challenge yourself alone as well as play with others.
- This place is not a destination in a romantic war novel; it is not a clever word game or an edgy call to arms.
- Often, I like to compose a full, short program [a word game, perhaps, where you guess letters in so many tries] to get the hang of things.
- She is constantly studying and she plays games - word games, parlour games and card games, to keep her mind sharp.
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.