In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(class, period)clase femininelessons start at nine o'clock — las clases empiezan a las nueve
- a French/piano lesson — una clase de francés/de piano
- to give lessons in sth — dar clases de algo
- to take lessons in sth — dar clases de algo
- I took my first swimming lessons when I was 18 months old.
- Despite the pain, she has started taking PE lessons again at school.
- She taught herself the instrument for a year before she began taking guitar lessons.
- The second block requires teacher candidates to teach independent lessons.
- Take a private tennis lesson from a pro or choose a women-only class.
- Music lessons for school children are taking place in the Community Centre each Saturday afternoon.
- One method is to exchange lessons with a Chinese teacher.
- There are many examples of very good and occasionally excellent teaching observed in lessons across the school.
- She started teaching piano lessons at age 8 to her neighborhood friends shortly after she started taking lessons.
- Anyway, there is this really attractive woman who takes singing lessons at our school.
- With the first two lessons, students are learning right away that a sketchbook is not necessarily a book of drawings, but a tool for the artist to use in many different ways.
- You've just came back from a tutoring lesson, right after school.
- She studied math at New York Community College and earned enough money working part-time to begin private flying lessons.
- I have wanted to work as a counselor from my home or teach private piano lessons.
- Before the summit, transport providers were given advanced driving lessons in order to save energy and to reduce air pollution.
- She has a particular interest in developing integrated cross-curriculum lessons with classroom teachers.
- Many teachers elect to continue teaching private or group lessons during the summer.
- He quickly began thinking of how to go about teaching his first dance lesson ever.
- Word quickly spread about the convenience and economy that could result from teaching survival lessons at a distance.
- If a child is going to be successful academically, teachers must adapt lessons to meet that child's specific learning needs.
1.2(in textbook)lección femininelesson three covers the past tense — la tercera lección trata del pretérito
- Today had to start out with one of those little object lessons in manners.
- Despite the fact that this lesson took several class periods to complete, I feel it was definitely worth it.
- Today's object lesson is the coverage of a promising medical breakthrough.
2(from experience)lección femininethere is a lesson to be drawn from this — podemos aprender mucho de esto
- it was a lesson to us all — fue una lección para todos
- Surely mistakes were made, and valuable lessons learned.
- However, we have learned valuable lessons from this confrontation.
- Hopefully, we have now learned our lesson from the past.
- So far the experience has proved positive, but she has learned lessons along the way.
- To this day, we are drawing important lessons from their experience.
- Surely our friends have learned lessons from the past.
- Along the way, life lessons are learned and current social issues are explored, but it rarely feels heavy-handed.
- I believe that if a personal event offers a life lesson and can inform our art, then it needs to be passed on as a teaching.
- He just took things as they came and learned the lessons along the way.
- When you are constantly aware, every experience becomes a lesson in life.
- I've learned hard lessons from my experience with credit cards.
- I had received a memorable lesson in the ability of inexplicable experience to produce powerful emotion.
- Discover the hidden lesson in each experience to develop a profound understanding of life and yourself.
- The lessons appear clear: engage the moderates or the consequences could be dire.
- They worked very well together and learned many valuable lessons about how a real business works.
- At least, she says, she has learned lessons from her disastrous first relationship.
- We've learned many lessons over the years running a year-round program.
- I have been climbing for about three years and I have learned many lessons from my experiences.
- Teaching this important lesson is not something you will be able to do on your own.
- Mr. Putin must learn the real lessons of this tragic event.
3Religionlectura feminineto read the lesson — leer la lectura
- It is not achieved either, when one or two persons out of a crowd of hundreds read a lesson or take part in a prayer.
- Scripture lessons, read by the master of the house, occurred twice a day, in the morning and evening.
- Dr Hope will read the first lesson from Ecclesiastes 12: 1-7 and the Abbey Choir will sing Psalm 121.
- Inside the church, Lord Archer read the lesson during what was described as a simple and dignified service.
- A few days after reading this report I opened my Bible to read the lesson for the daily office.
- The church was well attended for the carol service last Sunday, where the lessons were read beautifully by young people from Silchester.
- The Bible lesson each week reflects the theme in some way.
- I cannot read this morning's gospel lesson without a little nostalgia.
- The two girls tease Johnny about the morning's bible lesson.
- Although not a regular worshipper at St Mary's, he often read Christmas lessons at the church, and was heavily involved in the Thundridge community.
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