Everyone wants to meet you. You're famous!
He became famous.
Apparently, Tom was already famous before he released that album.
Florence Nightingale is famous as the woman who began professional nursing.
By this time next year, you will have visited almost all the famous places in Japan.
People usually become famous at the cost of their privacy.
The famous poet attempted to commit suicide in his library.
I like this picture, not just because it is famous, but because it really is a masterpiece.
As a young man, he did not know that he was to become famous later on.
People came to the concert hall to listen to the famous orchestra.
The world's greatest singers and most of its famous musicians have been fat or at least decidedly plump.
Many great thinkers who were unknown while alive became famous after death.
In California are the famous big trees, or "forest kings" as they are called.
Christopher Columbus started wearing his famous hat back when he was still a schoolboy, and was often punished by his teachers for refusing to take it off in class.
The world famous Hungarian painter Mihály Munkácsy's Christ Trilogy includes the paintings entitled "Christ before Pilate", "Golgotha" and "Ecce Homo".
Angielskie słowo "sławny" (famous) występuje w zestawach:project 3, My life, A, ang - poldodatkowy angielski powyżej 13 UnituEnglish file pre-intermediate Third edition - File 11000 najpopularniejszych słów angielskichgramatyka cechy charakteru 1
When he was finished with him, the renowned children's psychiatrist would be one of the most detest man in Sweden
She is an international renowned media personality.
The country is renowned for the beauty of its mountain scenery.
a renowned singer
the island is renowned for its beauty
Marco Polo is a renowned explorer/is renowned as an explorer.
The region is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty
The region is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty. Marco Polo is a renowned explorer
That's why you are renowned doctor.
‘that southern part of the island was renowned for sea breezes and, out of season, the resort temeratures rarely rose past the early twenties’
You know, for a man of renowned prestige and rang he has a remarkably poor taste.
a renowned writer
Einstein was renowned for the theory relativity
The Lake District is renowned for its beauty
A renowned tactician, Christopher Columbus once downed an entire pirate fleet by stealing all of their fruits and vegetables, thus giving them scurvy.
Angielskie słowo "sławny" (renowned) występuje w zestawach:new matura solution unit 7 real relationshipspan antonii da vinci music takes youFiszki z książki - "Reminiscences of Epping Forest...Fiszki z książki - "Child's Own Book of Great Musi...Fiszki z książki - "The Legend of Dah-nol-yo, Squa...