In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1sinceramenteI sincerely hope so! — ¡eso espero!
- sincerely (yours) / (British) yours sincerely — atentamente
- I sincerely hope that you've gained the benefit of similar nuggets of existence recently.
- Yes, agreed if they so desire, that is their right, but I sincerely hope they are not forced to.
- Ross County will sincerely hope their recent scoreless set of results is no indication of any lasting trend.
- I sincerely hope we don't get rid of our trams by then, or this dream will never become a reality.
- It's been a fight of forty years that I sincerely hope others will take on.
- I sincerely hope that harsh and hard lessons are learnt from this which aren't casually forgotten.
- We here at the firm sincerely hope that you do not take these criticisms as a complete rejection of your application.
- We sincerely hope the government will be ready to come out with the right response.
- And I sincerely hope that the new body will keep up the momentum and emphasis on that.
- My heart goes out to Malcolm and I sincerely hope he finds somewhere better to live than another drainpipe.
- I sincerely hope that they will feel able to accept the Vicar's invitation to return to us.
- I sincerely hope that the general public will not be put off from an excellent venue by the contents of the report.
- I sincerely hope this man will reflect on my response and consider his action in the event of a similar occurrence.
- He seemed a really genuine guy and sincerely appreciated that we had been following the tour.
- No country or people could deserve what happened, and I sincerely hope to God it never happens again.
- I know he has thought long and hard about this and I sincerely hope he enjoys his time in Dublin.
- I sincerely hope that the democratic majority of the British electorate will do likewise.
- I sincerely hope your next article will tell us it has been cancelled - dead and buried!
- I sincerely hope not, but if you are, have you considered having yourself frozen?
- I sincerely hope it is not used as a lifestyle choice for designing when you want to have children.
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