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Native: einheimisch, angeboren, Eingeborene, Eingeborener, autochthon, Einheimische, bodenständig, Ureinwohner, Autochthone, eingeboren, Einwohner. observe: beobachten, beobachtest, beobachtet, beobachte, befolgen, wahrnehmen, betrachten, bemerken, feststellen, einhalten, entdecken. rhetoric: Rhetorik, Redekunst. rhythm: Rhythmus, Kadenz. ride: Reiten, fahren, Fahrt, Ritt, Spazierritt, Spazierfahrt. sentimental: sentimental, empfindsam, melodramatisch, gefühlvoll, gefühlsduselig, rührselig. wanting: wollend, fehlend, wünschend.

Somewhere: irgendwo, irgendwohin, an irgendeinem Ort. teaching: Lehrend, unterrichtend, belehrend, instruierend, unterweisend, Beibringend, Lehren. 30 Pygmalion MRS. PEARCE. Don't cry, you silly girl. Sit down. Nobody is going to touch your money. HIGGINS. Somebody is going to touch you, with a broomstick, if you don't stop snivelling. % LIZA [obeying slowly] Ah--ah--ah--ow--oo--o! One would think you was my father. HIGGINS. If I decide to teach you, I'll be worse than two fathers to you. Here [he offers her his silk handkerchief]!

Faith: Glaube, Vertrauen, Zuversicht, Glauben. ladylike: damenhaft, frauenhaft. mouth: Mund, Mündung, Maul, der Mund, Schwätzer, Öffnung. penknife: Taschenmesser. pops: Plumpsen, Explodieren. retort: Retorte, erwidern. tempted: versuchte, versuchten, versuchtest, versuchtet, versucht. tempting: versuchend, verlockend, verführerisch, Locken, reizend, schmackhaft, Verleiten, anziehend, attraktiv. twinkle: funkeln, glitzern, funkelt, funkelst, funkle, glitzere, glitzerst, glitzre, funkele, glitzert, blitzen.

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