In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Needless to say, you can add other vegetables you like or take out any that you don't.
- The copies that do work are of inferior quality, and many of them don't work in any case.
- She gets the care she needs and I don't believe she will get the same if she is moved.
- You finish watching with the feeling that you don't really need to see the film at all.
- How much harder is it to shop for a wedding gown if you don't really know what you are shopping for?
- We believe that there might have been a collision but we don't know how that was caused.
- You don't know whether the teachers will approve of you or if you will make any friends.
- You reflect on how the previous season has gone for a day or two, but you don't dwell on it too much.
- Some of them are not going to be happy when they don't get a place and it's going to be a challenge for me.
- He promises to come all the way into town to chaperone us, so that we don't get lost.
- We don't have a car or a TV and we cycle a lot so we were already viewed as slightly curious.
- I don't know what sort of firework it was or where it came from, but it must have been big.
- They may claim it is a reflection of today's society but we don't think it is any excuse.
- We don't have the strength of squad to take us through a whole season at that level.
- Those who have not been so frugal and don't have the money in the bank are well subsidised.
- I don't think I have ever read a book in which a sense of dread is so cleverly built up.
- What I found during a weekend here is that you really don't want to do anything at all.
- If you don't like how you work or what you do, it's absolutely up to you to change it.
- If you don't have chest problems when you go in, you certainly will when you come out.
- I have a lot of work I have to do behind the camera, but I don't want to be in front of it.
- do not
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