In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(every time that)siempre quewhenever I hear that song, I think of Spain — siempre que / cada vez que escucho esa canción, me acuerdo de España
- whenever you need help, just ask — siempre que necesites ayuda, no tienes más que pedir
- whenever possible, I go by train — siempre que puedo, voy en tren
- Full power is available whenever needed by pressing the pedal to the kick-down position.
- This, he swore, was due to positioning his cap at the rear of the animal whenever it lifted its tail.
- They gifted two killer tries, defended their line badly and failed to execute whenever they got into a good position.
2(at whatever time)we'll go whenever you're ready — saldremos cuando estés listo
- whenever the election is, I won't be voting — sean cuando sean las elecciones, yo no pienso votar
- last week or whenever it was that I wrote — la semana pasada, o cuando fue que escribí
1(no matter when)next Monday or whenever — el lunes o cuando sea
- last Monday or Tuesday, or whenever — el lunes o martes pasado, o cuando haya sido
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