As an Englishman, he is particularly sensitive to the differences between English and American usage.
His painting wasn't particularly good, so no one praised him for it.
we should be particularly careful when it comes to showing appreciation
He's just a normal junior high school student, not particularly intelligent.
In contrast to his "not bad looks but seems a bit of a dandy" appearance, he didn't have a girlfriend and he wasn't particularly fast with the ladies.
In my class I noticed a girl student who was particularly intent on studying Chinese.
Solar energy seems to offer more hope than any other source of energy, particularly because those areas most in need of water lie rather close to the equator and have a relatively clear atmosphere.
Religion, which should most distinguish us from the beasts, and ought most particularly elevate us, as rational creatures, above brutes, is that wherein men often appear most irrational, and more senseless than beasts.
In some rural areas, the Internet is important for agricultural information, as well as being particularly useful for the purposes of agricultural production technologies and pricing.
You weren't particularly discreet, so it's no wonder you got caught.
Records are particularly scarce for this era, perhaps owing to a long series of natural disasters which befell the capital.
Yes, a celebrity – someone famous - particularly someone in show business, that's the world of entertainment, theatre and film.
What moments in the year do you particularly enjoy?
They execute endless practice runs and then review their in‐flight decisions, attempting to hone their minds to select the best approach to any given scenario, particularly those that involve the use of deadly force.
Inglés palabraszczególnie"(particularly) ocurre en conjuntos:różne z artykułu o śmigłowcu angielskiCustomer service; emplyee Code od conductENG - Sex&the city 4 / odc. 16 IMANHATTAN_9A Lucky encounters_A question of luck?MATURA 2002 tekst o LEVI STRAUSS
A chance to do as we please, especially to do as little hard work as possible, is a secret desire of almost everybody.
Even now, many years after the cold war, there is still much bitterness between Germans and Russian, especially in areas which were occupied by the Soviet Union.
The official designs of the Government, especially its designs in connection with postage stamps and coinage, may be described, I think, as the silent ambassadors of national taste.
People in such countries, especially the ASEAN countries, believe that the secret of Japan's remarkable economic growth is education.
Especially over the last 20 years, the purported link between progressive welfare policies and economic failure in the Northern European countries seems to point to the difficulty of sustaining both full social welfare and international competitivity.
Especially in northern China, wrapping and eating dumplings has become an important activity for happily spending New Year's Eve in many households.
Almost half the men in Great Britain regularly give chocolate to their partner, especially for their birthday.
A camel is a gentle and pleasant tame beast whereof there are plenty in Africa especially in the Deserts of Libya, Numidia and Barbary by which Africans estimate their own wealth.
As she watched, the birds, especially Chizuko's golden crane, looked alive in a light autumn breeze.
In foreign countries, especially in Western countries, students are encouraged to express and develop themselves as individuals.
If the more advanced want to improve English ability (especially reading comprehension) increasing vocabulary is the way to go.
Mountaineering is attractive especially to young people because it is accompanied with hardships and adventures.
I can describe China, especially in relation to big cities like Beijing, in one sentence - China is a country whose pace of life is both fast and leisurely.
Inglés palabraszczególnie"(especially) ocurre en conjuntos:Poprawa sprawdzianu- 3 i 4 dział (by nanoko)ESKK 11- 12 (trudne słówka)Lights, camera action! Unit 4English Top 1000 950-10001.1 Appearance and personality (B2-C1)
Sigmund Freud was an Austrian neurologist most notably known for founding the discipline of psychoanalysis.
This newspaper is notably biased. The car had many drawbacks, most notably its mileage.
His colorful personal life often made headlines, most notably for the 1914 fire and murders at his Taliesin studio.
Notably, the group does not include any local phone companies. So everything else had to be cut- notably the space program. Used only when the results are notably better than chance.
They have begun attracting investors, most notably big banks.
In many countries, notably Austria, France and Germany, very few people want to allow Turkey to join the EU
The newspapers are notably biased.
dogs notably don't like cats
Some early doctors, notably Hippocrates, thought that diet was important.
Ideals of female body shape have changed notably over historic time.
Sandy got goods marks in her exams, notably in Biology
Inglés palabraszczególnie"(notably) ocurre en conjuntos:Fiszki z książki - "Cathay" (Ezra Pound Rihaku)Fiszki z książki - "The Age of Stonehenge" (Edward...Fiszki z książki - "Historia Calamitatum" (Peter A...Fiszki z książki - "The Rocky Mountain Goat" (Madi...Fiszki z książki - "Star-Crossed Lover" (William W...
In the case of language, however, it is only the ability to talk and understand that we inherit genetically; the particular language or languages that we speak are passed on to us not by genetic transmission but by cultural transmission.
Boeing's safety experts have joined others in the industry to form an international task force to try to eliminate one particular kind of air crash known as controlled flight into terrain, CFIT.
The film “Helvetica” is not so much about one particular typeface as it is about the last fifty years in Western graphic design.
Since most speakers of Esperanto have learned the language through self study, the Internet in general, and websites such as www.lernu.net in particular, have been a great boon to the language.
In particular, it is customary for actual examples of use of the harmonic mean to generally cover "average speed," and explain no further than that.
The state of the art is the highest level of development, as of a device, technique, or scientific field, achieved at a particular time.
We need to distinguish what a sentence could mean from what it actually does mean when used by one particular speaker on one particular occasion.
Spirits are to be found all over the world. This school was built upon the site of a shrine and thus there is a particular tendency for them to gather.
We can conjecture that it may be advantageous for a particular bird to be known to its neighbors or its mate.
At school I had enjoyed reading Japanese literature in English translation, in particular Soseki's I am a Cat and Kokoro, and Akutagawa's The Nose and Kappa.
Slotted spoons have a particular role in the traditional absinthe ritual. They are used to hold a sugar cube over a glass as one dissolves it into her drink with cold water.
when handling or checking cash the cashier should exercise particular care. he is wrong in every particular.
The Internet in particular provides details about our private lives, something which was unimaginable a few years ago.
So, I didn't call for any particular reason; I just wanted to hear your voice. If you're busy, I'll let you go.
Inglés palabraszczególnie"(particular) ocurre en conjuntos:English File Elementary Unit 6 /Quizlet
5. in particular
I like sweets, ice-cream in particular.
Let me talk about orgin of this, in particular: when did idea begin between you and Roman
Are you looking for anything in particular?
I love thrillers, in particular by Brown.
I trust scientists, in particular those who were published in scientific journals.
Children are more insecure than adults, orphans in particular.
However, it is a very sensitive issue, in particular when it comes to research using monkeys and especially great apes.
Our scientists work on new technologies in particular.
What in particular did you like about the last apartment that we saw?
Two things in particular delighted me during this discussion.
Some people, Andie in particular, do what they love just because.
Inglés palabraszczególnie"(in particular) ocurre en conjuntos:prepositional phrases
What does that mean specifically
They're designed specifically for children
Do you read anything specifically to improve your English?
This commercial specifically targets women
it is designed specifically for people who...
They're designed specifically for children. She bought it specifically to wear at the wedding. I specifically told them that she doesn't eat meat.
One option is the eBee senseFly, a fixed‐wing drone designed specifically for mapping purposes.
The job advertisement specifically requested females.
Language is a specifically human characteristic.
The lecturer spoke generally about American literature and specifically about Faulkner.
Specifically, I'm a university lecturer.
Instead of giving Alex a nut each time he said something, she'd only give it when he specifically said "nut."
When I was little, my grandmother would put out a small bowl of milk specifically for hedgehogs.
Inglés palabraszczególnie"(specifically) ocurre en conjuntos:III Soil erosion