"lessons" en español
Why do they have to make a careful choice of Baccalaureate courses before they have any lessons?
Not finding this profession there, he assumed that it was not regulated and started giving ski lessons in France.
In Ireland some schools have been providing driving lessons as part of the transition year curriculum.
Like everybody else, I have also taken Spanish lessons with varied results, so I would like to say:
Member States must also lay down a minimum requirement for the number of physical education lessons in schools.
Let us learn lessons from it for the future and let us not make the same mistakes.
We will want to see what conclusions and lessons can be learned from those plans.
Various lessons have been learnt so that future action can be adjusted where necessary.
It is high time the European Union learnt its lessons from this finding.
I only hope that Parliament will learn the right lessons from all this.
The crisis has taught us a painful, but all the more valuable lesson for the future.
Nicoletta became completely blind, but the lesson of love had left its mark.
This, in my opinion, is the lesson to be learned from such a long-drawn-out affair.
I believe that the lesson of this crisis is that we are now in a global economy.
The troublesome case of Helms-Burton should have taught us a bitter lesson by now.
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We should draw some lessons from the debate we had on the Services Directive.
We are therefore able to draw useful lessons from the experience of others.
in writing. - It is unfortunate that Europe has drawn few lessons from its past.
We must learn lessons from these incidents, and we have done so in both reports.
( Mr President, ladies and gentlemen, we can draw two lessons from the Tunis Summit.
We must learn lessons from the mistakes made so that they can be avoided in the future.
Lessons over the radio have always been a way of life in the Australian outback.
in writing. - There are lessons to be learnt from the current eurozone crisis.
Not only donors have to draw lessons, but also the developing countries themselves.
I regret that Parliament has not drawn any lessons from what has happened in Japan.
What lessons does the Commission draw from the difficulties faced by MG Rover in the UK?
Clearly, we need to look at these developments and draw the appropriate lessons.
Can we be sure that the European Union has learnt all its lessons from that?
Third, we must draw lessons from the financial and economic crisis.
First, the European Council wants to draw lessons from this crisis.
If they do not do that, they are irresponsible, uncaring and blind to the lessons of history.
This starts in school lessons, and we have to set the tone for it from primary level onwards.
We in the European Union can draw lessons from the United States.
It is good that lessons have been learned from previous IDA work.
Many lessons can be learned from the way in which tuna fishing is managed.
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