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Example Sentences for "overseas"

He went overseas to teach ESL after finishing his Linguistics degreeHe has been travelling overseas for over a year now, but should be back in England about a week from now.

He went overseas to teach ESL after finishing his Linguistics degree.

After studying overseas for a few years, he returned to Egypt, and got a great job.

He has transferred a lot of money to bank accounts overseas in order to avoid paying taxes in this country.

My son is working overseas for an international oil company.

Most of our main competitors are located overseas, principally in Southeast Asia.

Carlos is working for an international aid organization overseas, but should be home by the end of the year.

After Cortez brought chocolate back from Mexico to King Charles V's royal court in 1528, it became a profitable industry for Spain, which planted cocoa trees in its overseas colonies.

There are many jobs available for people who want to teach ESL overseas.

After spending about ten years overseas, I experienced a bit of culture shock coming back to live in England.

British Columbia sends raw logs overseas, where they are turned into fine furniture, and sold back to us.

In 1751, Barbados became the destination of the only overseas journey President George Washington ever made.

In Chile, many minerals are mined as raw materials for overseas industries.

Croatians living overseas are allowed to retain their citizenship, and even have partial voting rights for elections in their homeland.

Find someone who has travelled overseas.


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