In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1she has very supportive parents — sus padres la apoyan mucho
- she's been very supportive — me (or lo etc.) ha apoyado mucho
- his family/team was very supportive — su familia/equipo lo apoyó mucho / le dio todo su apoyo
- People are supportive and encouraging and helpful, so I feel extraordinarily fortunate.
- Everybody was being helpful and supportive to each other at a very difficult time.
- The Macmillan nurse who spoke to me later was very supportive and sympathetic.
- He and his family were extremely supportive of the relationship.
- When the day of amputation is growing close, supportive psychotherapy should be started.
- People tend to be supportive and understanding, but it is not like somebody has died.
- While generally supportive of my writing projects, Bob thought that this one should go in the garbage.
- Maybe being emotionally supportive to others over the last few days has left me drained.
- There was a great team spirit and mutually supportive atmosphere.
- I'd like to thank my family for being really supportive and everybody that made my record with me.
- My children have been very supportive and I babysit my grandchildren nearly every day.
- Only in supportive relationships can we deal with our personal demons and life disappointments.
- How can you be supportive, nurturing and loving if you are competing with your own children?
- The guides maintain a safe and supportive atmosphere with plenty of time for relaxing.
- My family, who had been so supportive of me, has now turned their backs on me.
- Join the group and get to know others in a warm and supportive atmosphere.
- Associate with people who are mutually supportive and spend less time with friends or relatives who do not support you.
- She has a loving family, with parents in a committed and mutually supportive relationship.
- The heartfelt words point to a man who was supportive and caring, but always full of laughter and fun.
- However, personal partners and close family remain supportive.
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