In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1hacer los comentarioshacer la crónicato commentate on sth — hacer los comentarios / la crónica de algo
- Whoever is commentating on the races at Newcastle tomorrow had better start rehearsing a tongue-twister of a name tonight.
- Veteran royal commentator Tom Fleming will commentate on the event, telling the story of The Queen Mother's life for a family viewing audience.
- Barry will continue to work for BBC Sport on a freelance basis, commentating on a range of sports.
- The mistake is to believe that recently retired sportsmen or women, fast-tracked into the studio, are alone best placed to commentate on and analyse their sport of expertise.
- In about twenty minutes I'll be commentating on tonight's ceremony.
- It was a miraculous catch, and the crowd roared its approval, whilst Moyes who was commentating at the time, could not, I believe, stop talking about it.
- He is flying back from Lebanon specially to commentate on events for radio.
- He has also commentated on a wide range of special outside broadcast events for BBC television including the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales and has anchored the BBC's General Election coverage since 1979.
- He has also had a life-long interest in greyhound racing and regularly commentated on the sport on both radio and television.
- He has worked with the BBC for 40 years presenting and commentating on a wide range of sports and programmes.
- Although he does a great job commentating on a fast and unpredictable sport its the blunders and one liners he will be remembered for.
- He is keen to branch into areas like sports commentating, a field where former tennis players don't always perform best, he believes.
- The veteran Seven network broadcaster is commentating on the swimming and athletics in Athens, even when they overlap.
- He gained banner headlines for the sport and is still invited to commentate on skiing for Austrian and German TV.
- The BBC's betting expert began his broadcasting career in 1986 commentating for Ladbrokes.
- Tennis has been his main sport since then but he has also commentated and reported on football, rugby union, rowing, skiing, skating, badminton, snooker, squash, ice hockey and American football.
- It was an international game I was commentating on, I think it was the Czech Republic against Portugal, and it's followed me through my career since then.
- He has been commentating on the sport since 1949.
- He now commentates on Celtic League rugby matches
- At the moment one of the Caribbean's best known sports broadcasters is in Australia, commentating on the West Indian cricket series.
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