You sit on the floor in an environment decorated with showy carpets and the
contact between musicians and listeners is practically Colloquial.
Horses, as a rule, remain winners in such Colloquial battles.
The word"rdet" is purely literary andalmost not used in Colloquial speech.
In Colloquial language, we speak about putting ourselves in someone else's position.
The Colloquial“keeping up with the Joneses” best describes the social comparison motive.
A computer is a machine and it can not understand our Colloquial language.
Tibetan Buddhism or Colloquial Lamaizm deserves a separate discussion for several important reasons.
In Colloquial use, they are still referred to as"college"
when referring to their undergraduate studies.
Sentences that contain Colloquial words and phrases,
including"real,""awfully," and"plenty" used as adverbs; two consecutive possessives;
This database is based on the analysis of the most used sentences in Colloquial speech.
About the film's unusual title, they said the word"aitraaz" was Colloquial and suited the subject.
Gastroenteritis is associated with many Colloquial names, including"Montezuma's revenge","Delhi belly","la turista",
and"back door sprint", among others.
In this, you can pick common idioms or Colloquial phrases, and explain them to your class.
Despite the Colloquial name, the Corpse Flower plant as a whole
is actually not a single flower, but an inflorescence.
Simple Latin was the Colloquial language in the Roman Empire For obvious reasons
we only know the Latin written language.
In the usual Colloquial form among the poultry farmers and farmers, you can often find the name of the hens"Spaniard".
Examples, revealed in Colloquial speech and artistic texts,
make it possible to classify the phenomenon into logical subgroups and figurative ones.
Zarian writes in a very entertaining, witty, and Colloquial manner that makes you feel like he's talking directly to you.
Proficient Will be able to advise on
or talk about complex or sensitive issues, understand Colloquial references and deal confidently with questions.
Though his surname was Shrivastava,
his father had adopted the pen-name Bachchan(meaning"child-like" in Colloquial Hindi), under which he published all his works.
B2C, on the other hand,
the customers only want to know about the product or service in a more Colloquial and entertaining manner.
Dar Loughat is a professional language center in Morocco
providing intensive courses in all levels of Modern Standard Arabic and Colloquial Moroccan A.
Unlike many Islamic preachers, his lectures are Colloquial, given in English,
not Urdu or Arabic and he usually wears a suit and tie.
At present, the word is left
only in the literary monuments of the last century, and in Colloquial speech is practically not used.
A Colloquial word developed for the prisoners after three months time of hard work and hardly any food was
dokhodyaga, meaning“goners” in Russian.
Unlike many Islamic preachers, his lectures are Colloquial, given in English, not
Urdu or Arabic, and he usually wears a suit and tie.
Although his surname was Shrivastava,
Amitabh's father had adopted the pen name Bachchan("child-like" in Colloquial Hindi), under which he published all of his works.
His poems capture both ordinary human experiences and the imagination,
in addition to creating unforgettable rhythms and sounds in the Colloquial language of New England.
As for the film's title, he said that the story is based in Lucknow,
and"Gulabo Sitabo is a fun Colloquial metaphor used by the locals.