In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1al ladowho lives next door? — ¿quién vive al lado / en la casa de al lado?
- next door to sb/sth — al lado de algn/algo
- the people next door — los vecinos (de al lado)
- the boy/girl next door — el chico/la chica de al lado
- It is very handy having a pub next door, but I felt a pang of guilt as I popped in to the real Village Pub for a pint.
- He's also checking out a space next door, soon to be another new venue he'll have a hand in.
- The meeting house will be similar in size to The Fox public house next door and will have parking for 28 cars.
- I was watching a seagull on the roof just now - I was on the roof of one house, it was on the roof of the house next door.
- As the business took off, it hired staff and moved the office to Farnham, where it has opened a spa next door.
- When we had been kids I lived in the house next door and my bedroom had been directly across from hers.
- Sure, it had only been a move next door, but it was still momentous for me, and for Ian.
- Have you got a dump next door or is your road used just like a litter bin?
- You'll dine like a king and probably want to build a house next door just so you can pop in every day for lunch.
- Then fumed for a while, presuming that it was coming from the unruly mob from the house next door.
- She said a house was being built next door on a site where a medieval building had once stood.
- As I headed back to get another box, I noticed a guy looking at us through a window next door.
- Of course, there's even less rush when there's a pub next door and you've been offered a lift home.
- The defendant was under a bed next door and was noticed to be bleeding from his hands.
- Then a man who lives across the road came flying into the shop, saying there had been a raid next door.
- He took up so much room we moved him to the house next door, which was empty.
- He discovered two men had forced the bedroom window open and they shouted that there was a fire next door.
- I heard a loud snore coming from the room next door and remembered that I was in Gabby's house.
- I recently claimed for damage done to the party wall of my terraced house as a result of a faulty roof next door.
- Mr Marais said Vukwana then went to a bar next door, killed a man and wounded the owner.
1de al ladoour next-door neighbors — nuestros vecinos de al lado
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