In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(en el espacio)theresiéntate allí — sit there
- allí arriba/abajo/fuera/dentro — up/down/out/in there
- no, allí no, allá — no, not there, over there
- aquí había un plato sucio, allí un calcetín … — there was a dirty plate here, a sock there …
- allí donde estés/vayas — wherever you are/go
2(en el tiempo)allí es cuando empezaron los problemas — that's when the problems started
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