In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1asombrarhis courage amazes me — me admira su valor
- it amazed her to learn that he was back — se quedó atónita cuando se enteró de que había vuelto
- it amazes me that you put up with her — no entiendo cómo la aguantas
- Wayne has performed many times and each time he amazes audiences with his vocals.
- It amazes her that there is no union or association for models.
- All I could do was smile and shake my head in amazed disbelief.
- It amazes me how integral someone's personality is to our perception of them as individuals.
- It amazes me that somebody can say very little, and not very loudly at all, and everyone listens to what she has to say.
- It amazes me how common sense never prevails in situations like this.
- He had brought the pictures for us to see and other ones that would totally shock and amaze you.
- When I put that in some perspective, it amazes me that I took so long to return.
- It always amazes me how anybody can overlook the basic truths about America.
- It will undoubtedly stun and amaze you to know that my fashion sense has always been a bit dodgy.
- It amazes him how people get seduced by the bogus trappings of fame.
- His ability to keep working amazes his friends and his optimism about life and its gifts is exemplary.
- What amazes me about this interview is that he sees everything so clearly.
- It amazes me that we are right in the heart of the city centre, while simultaneously being away from it all.
- It amazes me that it has taken so long for this matter to come to court, when it has for many years been a contentious issue.
- What amazes me is that the President himself is not clamoring for an investigation.
- Mrs. Johnsons mouth dropped open in amazed disbelief.
- The program will surprise, delight and astonish and amaze you with its quality and range of styles.
- Football's incredible ability to throw up surprises never ceases to amaze me.
- What amazes me is that it doesn't happen more often - that other people don't stand their ground.
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