In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Theatrefunción de tarde femininematiné(e) feminine South America
- A number of shows will be performed at 8pm while matinees are also taking place at 2.30 pm.
- They are thinking of continuing their matinees at the theatre, and may have a supper at their grand opening, which is not yet set, although plans are to hold it somewhere near the end of April.
- As well as the evening performances there is a matinee on Saturday, at 2pm.
- And it concludes with two sell-out matinees, on Saturday and Sunday next.
- It was join in, or sit on a chair and shut up, whilst the rest of the world played football or went to the Saturday matinee at the local cinema.
- She remembers as a child going to traditional Saturday matinees at her local cinema, and said: ‘It's something that has been missing.’
- We're suddenly deep in John Wayne territory, and there is very little that we haven't seen in countless afternoon matinees and war movies from the 1950s.
- All of the children performed excellently, in view of the fact that they had already performed in a matinee at midday.
- It was a huge success and tickets sold out for each performance and also the Sunday matinee proved very popular.
- His many friends will be glad to learn that he is none the worse for his experience and was on the stage for the matinee this afternoon.
- The matinee performance on Tuesday was sold out and people were turned away as all 253 seats were full.
- He was not at the manifesto matinee and missed the screen idol attention that would accompany it.
- Prices at morning and afternoon matinees will be 53 cents.
- Local schools have again been quick to book for the two matinee performances.
- Sunday's performance is a matinee, so I want to go to bed as soon as I can and get as much rest as possible.
- The matinee performance of The Taming of the Shrew has already sold out!
- The performances - matinees and evenings most days - will take place within the Tower's courtyards and its gardens near the main house.
- Its popularity in 1948 with both schoolchildren and adults saw the Blossom Street picture house bursting at the seams during matinees and evening performances for weeks on end.
- Already three of the matinee performances have been sold-out so do check at the Opera House.
- After afternoon matinees in the summer, my coworker and I would change to our bikinis and sunbathe on the roof of the theater.
2Cinema(de la tarde) primera sesión femininematiné(e) feminine South America
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