In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1sorberdon't slurp your milk like that! — ¡bébete la leche sin hacer ruido!
- She slurped her tea as loud as she could, blew on her sandwich, although it wasn't hot, and slouched in her chair.
- Listening to Gerry slurping his drink from an oversized glass or sticking out his chin and puckering his lips didn't do anything for me.
- Once we finished slurping our drinks and chomping down on pizza, we laughed hysterically at the guys' jokes and stories.
- I'm sitting here scratching and slurping tea listening to Libby Purves.
- These pigs usually compound the offense by slurping their drinks.
- Mom lectured as she snatched Jason's drink and began slurping it up.
- They finished off the week slurping fruit smoothies and eating healthy biscuits they made themselves.
- They were both silent, Jake drank some of his chocolate, slurping it into his mouth.
- One was Mr. Rao slurping a double sundae and the other was Ms. Rao tucking into a large bowl of strawberries and cream.
- As she slurped water noisily, I put her leash back in the drawer.
- He is watching back-to-back videos and slurping his mug of tea.
- When the waitress returned with everybody else's drinks, Jason snatched the white cappuccino mug and noisily slurped the foam beginning to overflow atop the glass.
- The point is that if you have had the pleasure of slurping a frostie, you know that they are pretty damn thick.
- Before I knew it, I was happily slurping my delicious pea and mint soup one-handed, left arm hooked blissfully over banister.
- A friend of mine called them slurpers, because their only job appeared to be slurping tea and coffee.
- I was slurping minestrone soup at an Italian restaurant, laughing with a friend, when her cell phone rang.
- Moments later I was slurping a mug of good hot coffee and relating the journey.
- The last thing I remember before I drifted off to sleep was the annoying slurping noise of him sucking on his thumb.
- Ko-chin looked curiously at Molly who was noisily slurping her soda.
- Now I'm washing out of a bucket of water, slurping my tea and arguing with rickshaw drivers.
1hacer ruido al beber
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