He took me for an Englishman.
He is not an American but an Englishman.
He’s an Englishman, and, I guess, has known better days.
She had her English composition checked by an Englishman.
He speaks English as well as though he were an Englishman.
To hear him speak English, you would take him for an Englishman.
I thought he was an American but he turned out to be an Englishman.
To hear him speak English, you would mistake him for an Englishman.
Hearing him speak English, one would take him for an Englishman.
He pretended to be an Englishman, but his foreign accent gave him away.
The uncertainty about the weather has had a definite effect upon the Englishman‘s character.
George Mikes once suggested that an Englishman, even if he is alone, forms an orderly queue of one.
In 1543, a method for casting iron cannons was perfected by an Englishman working under commission to King Henry VIII.
Cecil Rhodes once said, “Remember that you are an Englishman, and have consequently won first prize in the lottery of life.
William Pitt the Elder once said, “If I were an American, as I am an Englishman, while a foreign troop was landed in my country, I never would lay down my arms, never, never, never!”
Rory is really up against it to play in the Open, the Englishman explained.
That does irritate the Englishman rather a lot, especially the English tourist.
Book one, The Phoenix Decree, introduces Devon Phoenix, a 19th century Englishman.
The only Englishman in the top 10 is still Rose, who climbs up three places to fifth.
342127 I’m delighted, it’s a really different test this week,”” the Englishman said.”
Australian Ryan Briscoe and Englishman Richard Westbrook will pilot the No. 67 Ford GT.
He’s one of two Englishman in the Bundesliga; the other moved under the radar last year.