In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1comillas feminineto open/close inverted commas — abrir/cerrar comillas
- Just for the record, you will note that the word ‘Alt’ is in inverted commas.
- It was that old newspaper trick of using single inverted commas, safe in the knowledge that most readers wouldn't know this meant it was a paraphrase.
- These are the author's italics, brackets, inverted commas, and the author's absurdly pretentious diction.
- When you say ‘the movies’ are you thinking of any movies in particular, thus the use of inverted commas?
- I deliberately put it in inverted commas in that written submission, cognisant of that very issue.
- I put the inverted commas in, as it's as much about the word ‘design’ and what it means, as the practice of design.
- The comment is not intended ironically, no inverted commas are used.
- It sounds as if the entire text is being spoken in inverted commas.
- Aren't the elements of sexism and racism all in inverted commas and hence essentially playful and harmless?
- I use inverted commas because I believe we don't actually own it but lease it from the Americans.
- One of these days, I might learn to express myself without the aid of implied inverted commas.
- I use inverted commas advisedly, because there is nothing less real than a TV reality show.
- Clara used her fingers to suggest inverted commas.
- I put the word in inverted commas because this isn't like the classrooms I remember from school.
- Lawrenson simply underlines or puts inverted commas around what Hansen says.
- The inverted commas indicate that neither term is entirely appropriate.
- The inverted commas indicate the workings of an inferiority complex.
- Inhabiting the treacherous world that lies between literary criticism and psychoanalysis, Phillips is someone for whom reality can never appear in print without being modestly clothed in inverted commas.
- Conventional ambiguous usage will be indicated by inverted commas.
- I like to think of it as ‘popular’ - in inverted commas - music, whatever that is.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.