In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1I am / feel homesick — extraño a mi familia (or mi país etc.) Latin America
- My mother didn't want me to go and of course I was homesick, but I was doing what I always wanted to do - playing football.
- She still gets a bit homesick, but she says she couldn't live in the UK again.
- Next month he is going to Canada to try to drum up a bit of investment among homesick Scottish Canadians.
- However, there were one and two who were a bit homesick for their old schools, but after a few weeks no doubt they will feel completely at home.
- I guess days like this make me a little homesick, especially for Amber.
- And then all too soon, you come home and get homesick for the other place that suddenly seems more like home.
- Mother became homesick for her family and Dad arranged for her to take me and go to England for a visit in 1915.
- I'm not homesick, exactly, although I do miss our little house and the space and privacy it provided.
- Mike's been fortunate enough to head home about three times a year, but he's never really found himself homesick.
- He worked in Hamilton for a year, but was always homesick.
- But one of her children is dreadfully homesick and frequently upset.
- When I've lived in other countries, it's what I've been most homesick for.
- It's all made me dreadfully homesick for Costa Rica, and for all my friends.
- My first night there I, like many campers, missed my parents and became homesick.
- Right now I live in a place where there aren't many Native people and I am homesick.
- This isn't to say that I'm homesick or anything (though I probably am, let's be honest).
- I felt homesick for a while, but then, after about four or five days, I started to love it.
- But she's enjoying the taste of the big wide world even though she still gets homesick for Alice.
- For the first two terms there I was very homesick and if anyone said anything cross to me, I'd burst into tears.
- Since leaving Delhi almost four years ago, I've grown homesick for the place.
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