In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1capacidad de concentración feminine
- This breed had a short attention span and would attack whatever made the most noise.
- And when he was fretting over a deal he had the attention span of a gnat.
- A short attention span is causing international support for a war crimes tribunal to wane.
- TV producers assume we all have the attention span of a goldfish.
- Anybody who thinks that young people have a short attention span has never watched them hooked into a movie or a game.
- It wasn't that his attention span was short, it was just that it focused on much bigger, more important things.
- He was not particularly intelligent, had a short attention span, and was easily bored.
- Moreover, the attention span of the average reader too has grown shorter over the years, Daruwalla said.
- The biggest problem is the short attention span demonstrated by children and pets.
- There are probably three great albums in here, but in itself it is too long for someone with my short attention span.
- Ask this person if your child has a short attention span or is hard to control.
- Our attention span is very short and we are always looking for the next big thing.
- The filmmakers often operate as if they believe the audience has the collective attention span of a gnat.
- It's all micromoments and fleeting glimpses, perfect for the short attention span.
- All these demanded concentration and a longer attention span than computer games.
- It portrays Martin as a befuddled individual with a short attention span and a weight problem, who exhibits no sign of remorse.
- Later there will be no need for an explanation since everybody knows that the public attention span is short and the media will have moved on.
- Just as a baby has a short attention span, so is the case for your young animal.
- The film first panders to your short attention span, and then hits you with emotional baggage.
- His attention span was short, though, and even loneliness did not bother him for long.
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