In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- In addition, there will be a celebrity spelling bee and live entertainment.
- One of these clubs was the Linguistics Student Union, which organised a spelling bee.
- He and Sammy have been cheating their whole academic careers, on everything from second grade spelling bees to senior chemistry tests.
- Some days it was a geography or a spelling bee, other days a math competition.
- The idea is based on the spelling bees in America, in which youngsters are given words to spell out loud in a knock-out contest.
- I was competing in a spelling bee and doing pretty well.
- Since spelling bees and academic challenges may also cause poor performers to be ridiculed, they are also being canceled.
- We were having a class spelling bee, and it was my turn.
- I was winning science fairs left and right, getting my picture in the paper for spelling bees and peewee football games, and many more little achievements of mine.
- She had won two or three county spelling bees, I had won three county public speech contests.
- Some school officials fear this policy may soon lead to a ban on spelling bees and hanging good work in hallways.
- I have awards, medals, and trophies from spelling bees and math competitions.
- To him, that meant school lunch and recess and spelling bees.
- Your sister had her spelling bee this weekend.
- It also means being honestly thrilled for her when she wins the school spelling bee.
- He gained fame in his youth when he went to the regional spelling bee.
- What else could be the explanation for my obsession with spelling bees?
- Unlike swimming lessons or spelling bees, the role of music lessons in our lives seems to haunt us for years afterwards.
- Does anyone really need to know about a spelling bee I attended in the third grade?
- I think that the spelling bee itself is probably more competitive, although the word lists aren't any harder.
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