Fragen über die Beispielsätze mit, und die Definition und Benutzung von "Brussels"

Die Bedeutung von "Brussels" in verschiedenen Ausdrücken und Sätzen

Q: Was bedeutet Brussels sprouts?
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen
Q: Was bedeutet And Brussels as the whited sepulcher!!!?
A: Referring to Brussels as a "whited sepulchre" shows up in the book "Heart of Darkness." A "whited sepulchre" is a biblical term for a hypocrite. However, I have seen the term broken down into meaning that Brussels looked like it was a town that was good (whited) but secretly had many horrors to it (sepulchre).
Q: Was bedeutet Brussels gossip?
A: Britain are leaving the EU, which is in Brussels in Belgium. Theresa May (British Prime Minister) had dinner with the President of the European Commission and a newspaper was saying they argued, and she said it was just 'Brussels Gossip' the newspaper was just looking for a headline, I think :)

Andere Fragen zu "Brussels"

Q: Bitte zeig mir, wie man Brussels ausspricht.
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen
Q: Bitte zeig mir, wie man Brussels sprouts ausspricht.
A: Brussel/s sprouts. Note I've always said this with no S on brussel. I'll say both.
Q: Bitte zeig mir, wie man Brussels sprouts ausspricht.
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen
Q: I came to Brussels 5 months ago, and now I’m living in Brussels. As this is my first time to stay abroad except travelling, my life here is very exciting. Of course I sometimes feel inconvenience compare to Japan. But I don’t care small inconvenience since I can get very precious experience here.

One of the most precious thing is that I can meet many people from many different countries. That kind of experience, we might not get in Japan normaly.

And also traveling around Europe is very fun for me. There are a lot of beautiful building with ancient architecture.

By the way, My wife and I didn’t have same hobby before we came here. However now we both are very serious about improving our English skill and that bonded us stronger than before. klingt das natürlich?
A: I came to Brussels 5 months ago, and now I live in Brussels. As this is my first time living abroad, except for traveling, my life here is very exciting. Of course, I sometimes feel "inconvenienced" compared to living in Japan. But I don't care about small inconveniences because I can get a very special experience here.

One of the most precious things is that I can meet many people from a lot of different countries. That kind of experience, we might not normally get in Japan.

Also, traveling around Europe is very fun for me. There are a lot of beautiful buildings with ancient architecture.

By the way, my wife and I did not have the same hobby before we came here. However, we are now both very serious about improving our English skills and that has made our bond stronger than before.

I'm not sure if "inconvenience" is the right word, so I put quotes around it. But sounds good, just a few changes. :)
Q: In the third - Brussels is very beautiful and ancient city, fourthly, I want to see a symbol of this city - the Pissing boy. So I am a chocoholic and I very much want to taste the well-known Belgian chocolate and wafels.
A: (third, ) Brussels is (a) very beautiful and ancient city(. Fourthly), I want to see a symbol of this city(,) the Pissing boy. I am a chocoholic and I very much want to taste the well-known Belgian chocolate and (waffles) .

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