Even if your pronunciation isn't perfect, your effort may endear you to the locals and provide an ice breaker for further conversation.
Child actors endear viewers with their charm and ability but they tend to become tabloid fodder once they've grown up.
Eating seasonal food is cheap, easy, and will endear you to the locals.
Its storylines revolve around the working class residents of the street, topics that both endear and repulse viewers with their starkly accurate portrayals of real life events and relationships.
Preparing him his favorite foods is one way to endear yourself and communicate that you care.
assumptions of superiority and expectations of service did not endear him to locals.
benevolence toward mankind excites wishes for their welfare, and such wishes endear the means of fulfilling them.
immoderate language would endear them to potential customers I fail to appreciate.
stumpy teeth, green tongue and foul breath did not endear him to me.
true-life tales that endear her to all who listen.
The intimacy with the Bible which is manifest in the pages of the Christian Year; and the unobtrusive felicity with which Biblical sentiments and language are introduced have done much to endear these poems to all Bible readers.
The camels were not a pretty pair and Krishna 's stumpy teeth, green tongue and foul breath did not endear him to me.
Julia is Australia 's hottest export in comedy with true-life tales that endear her to all who listen.
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