I also wanted to enjoy the break, but thanks to preparation and supplementary lessons for a certain six-man team, I got none!
Thanks to the Internet, the world is beginning to turn away from the centralization of resources and power that characterized the Industrial Revolution.
It's talking about how, thanks to air transport, we've lost the sense of 'season' for foodstuffs.
Ladies and Gentlemen, thanks to your untiring efforts our hideout is finally complete!!
You were so nice to me, and I had a really pleasant trip. Thanks so much.
Sales at the company zoomed thanks to brisk export demand, but profit did not keep up because of intense competition.
The Commerce Department reports retail sales rose seven-tenths of 1 percent last month mainly thanks to strong auto sales.
But we do know many things about his character, thanks to letters and notebooks he left behind and other people's stories about him.
Thanks to Facebook, stalking is no longer the bastion of a few devoted enthusiasts, but a highly automated task convenient enough even for the busy housewife.
Look! Thanks to you I'm getting dumped all the time. "Oh? Isn't it just because of your everyday behaviour?"
Her standards for men are impossibly high, thanks to a girlhood rich in Disney, Cosmopolitan, and private school.
The United States is a paradise for almost every kind of sports, thanks to its wonderfully varied climate.
The main streets of many small towns have been all but abandoned thanks, in large part, to behemoths like Wal-Mart.
Though it is poor in natural resources, Japan has become an economic superpower thanks to international trade.
English word "merci"(thanks) occurs in sets:Fiches du livre - "Bluebeard" (Clifton Johnson)Fiches du livre - "Lost Diaries" (Maurice Baring)Fiches du livre - "Heart of Darkness" (Joseph Conrad)Fiches du livre - "Something Else Again" (Franklin...Fiches du livre - "The Notting Hill Mystery" (Char...
2. thank you
thank you very much
English word "merci"(thank you) occurs in sets:Social conventions - Conventions sociales100 Most Spoken Words in FrenchCoffee break french lesson 1Frances I (Vocabualary-Alphabet)Nouns 51 - 100