1) oppure boy inPhyllis Marshall(che raccolse 26 canzoni popolari tra il 1916 e il 1917 da Bathpool e West Monkton, Somerset). Nel Somerset Scrapbook, Bob e Jackie Patten scrivono: 1916 and 1917 Miss Phyllis Marshall was collecting songs around West Monkton. Although only a small collection, her note books contain some choice material.
The Sun (2014)We marvelled at the strange and wonderful calm around us and wondered if it could last. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We found there a really great actor with a wonderful sense of timing. The Sun (2015)Then it was wonderful to see the way we played them off the park.
3)capoluogo dell e Harris la più estesa delle Isole Ebridi parte settentrionale dell è chiamata ‘Lewis mentre la parte meridionale ‘Harris ed entrambe sono spesso nominate come se fossero isole distinte. Il confine tra Lewis e Harris è costituito da uno stretto istmo che parte da Loch Resort (Reasort) a Ovest fino a Loch Seaforth (Shiphoirt) a Est. (tratto da Wikipedia).
Real Madrid had played their part in the humiliation, too, having shown their usual disregard for everyone but themselves by refusing to wait until after the tournament to either hire or announce Lopetegui as their new coach. Lopetegui himself also should have afforded his bosses at the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) more respect by giving them more than five minutes’ notice of his imminent exit. After all, he had only signed a two year contract extension in May..
Times, Sunday Times (2012)The hotels are rammed and many of the big sights are swamped. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Who knows what the big new thing will be? Times, Sunday Times (2014)We need to improve because this can be the biggest problem. Times, Sunday Times (2013)So what we want to do is step away from that and think about a bigger life.
One vowel flanked by a consonant on each side). Bengali makes use of postpositions, as opposed to the prepositions used in English and other European languages. Determiners follow the noun, while numerals, adjectives, and possessors precede the noun.Yes no questions do not require any change to the basic word order; instead, the low (L) tone of the final syllable in the utterance is replaced with a falling (HL) tone.
I made this statement on a Christian forum, ‘NT Greek uses no sentences as we understand in English’. This is not stated as well as it should have been. I should have said: There are no punctuation marks like we have for English sentences and words are run together with no space between them. So, there are no clearly marked sentences as in English..