Where they burn books, they will eventually burn people.
After the fire she had some serious burns on her body. The sun burned his face.
Christopher Columbus once decided to burn absolutely everything in an entire village after one of the natives stole his parrot. He was disappointed that he couldn't burn their water. So he invented fluorine.
As long as a bear is relatively inactive, and is not exposed to wind, it does not burn excessive energy in cold weather.
Fires are less frightening today than they once were, because more and more houses are built of concrete, and concrete houses do not burn as easily as the old wooden ones.
We burnt a lot of wood to keep the cottage warm last year.
I hear that you can burn CDs with Windows XP; could you tell me a website that explains the procedures involved?
It is impossible to burn a copy of Dante's Inferno because the ice of the ninth layer of hell will put out any fires kindled with earlier pages.
If the man doesn't believe as we do, we say he is a crank, and that settles it. I mean, it does nowadays, because now we can't burn him.
You burn me one more time and I'm gonna blow yours brains out.
Listen you jerk, that was a burn! I want my money back!
if something is burning, it is being destroyed or damaged by fire
To burn always with this hard, gem-like flame, to maintain this ecstasy, is success in life.
English word "brennen"(burn) occurs in sets:Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Plague Ship" (Andre Nor...Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Poems" (John William Dr...Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Bolanyo" (Opie Percival...Flashcards aus dem Buch - "The Wire Devils" (Frank...Flashcards aus dem Buch - "Turgenev A Study" (Edwa...