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tracks • corner • full of history
gray • the other
  1. There is a cafe on every .
  2. There is a one bar next to .
  3. The weather is today.
  4. The downtown is .
  5. Just follow the .
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1264 Best of Belgium

Chris talks about some of the nicest places in his home country of Belgium.

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tracks

There are nice tracks to ride a bike.

A track is a small road or lane. Notice the following:

  1. Some cities have special tracks for cycling.
  2. I like to run around the track.

every corner

chocolate shops in every corner.

Every corner means on every street corner or in many places. Notice the following:

  1. There is a Starbucks on every corner.
  2. On every corner, someone is selling something.

full of history

You have our capital, Brussels, which is full of history.

Full of history means it has a rich past. Notice the following:

  1. That region is full of history.
  2. I knew that battlefield was full of history.

one --- next to the other.

I mean Brussels you see one history place next to the other.

The phrase 'one -- next to the other' means there are many in one area. Notice the following:

  1. In Paris you see one cafe next to the other.
  2. In Asia, you see one convenient next to the other. They are everywhere.

gray

It's pretty gray.

The phrase 'it's gray' means it is not sunny that much. Notice the following:

  1. It is often gray in England.
  2. When it is gray, I feel down.