In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(conclusion)final masculinedesenlace masculineI prefer stories/films with happy endings — prefiero las historias/películas con final feliz / que acaban bien
- For Margie and her family, the rescue was a happy ending and the end of a horrible ordeal.
- It gives us a glimpse of the inner woman, who, although she wrote happy endings for her novels, was destined to be disappointed in love.
- You know, books don't always have to end well, and have happy endings.
- However, a happy ending was not waiting for me at the end of my quest for financial aid.
- In other words, the ending of the occupation requires the defeat of terrorism.
- Films with happy endings are usually favoured by the audience.
- Not all these journeys home have happy endings.
- Invariably most of these cases have had happy endings, says Superintendent of Police.
- The endings of the four movies cited all contain an essential element: death - one of the most important themes constituting his style.
- In other words, clever endings can't conceal that his films are essentially bloodless, forgettable exercises.
- It features not one but two happy endings, as he not only tracks down his real father, but overcomes immense odds to win a place in the USAF's prestigious Tops in Blue entertainment troupe.
- So in the end it sort of has a happy ending, in that you get to see Grace exact vengeance.
- Indeed, my dreams usually had happy endings, involving successful intercepts that Saved Civilization.
- Hollywood has a long tradition of mining American history for film plots, but lately it's been harder to find those essential happy endings.
- You will find many sentences beginning with conjunctions and many ending with a preposition.
- Can you think of any stupid endings for the phrase?
- Stories don't normally end in happy endings, but mine did.
- As this is ballet, like opera, there are lots of improbable plot twists before the story concludes with a happy ending.
- Well, sometimes, these stories have happy endings.
- But, for now, some stories can have happy endings.
2Linguisticsdesinencia feminineterminación feminineverb endings — desinencias verbales
- The ending is after all where most of the subtle action tends to be, with your verb endings, plurals and suchlike.
- By this phase, the children usually spell inflectional endings correctly.
- It must be nearly 25 years since I was last force-fed irregular verb endings by overenthusiastic French teachers.
- Unlike Russian, however, modern Macedonian does not change the endings of nouns according to their grammatical case.
- The structure of Old English was more like Latin in that words had various inflectional endings to indicate their grammatical function.
- In Russian, this sentence is impersonal, without a subject or a predicate, and only Russian case endings indicate the relations between words.
- Japanese words are composed of many syllables, and endings are attached to change tense, form a negative, or otherwise modify meaning.
- It's easy enough to see how someone who doesn't know Latin could fail to realize that certain plural endings go with certain singular endings.
- It doesn't have separate words for articles, prepositions, or pronouns, which are indicated by altered word endings.
- The real challenge, though, are the word endings.
- The gender of a noun controls the forms of the article, as well as the endings on adjectives.
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