her favourite sport i think is tennis or baseball im not sure i think it is tennis wait just let me check yes yes it is tennis
Let is from the word filet, a French word for the net. In tennis, it is a type of serve that is not valid and has to be done again.
Let originates from the French word for net which is filet.
It's from the French word roulet , another chance. So let in tennis is to give another chance
Back in the 18th Century in England when the sport was invented, they would say "Let's replay the point" and that eventually got shortened to "let".
It means the point will be played again.
It is called a "let" in tennis when the ball hits the net because "Filet" is the French word for net and the game originated in France.
It is called a "let" when the ball hits the net because "Filet" is the French word for net and the game originated in France.
the term let in tennis is short for let it go
It means to let go
I learned this in Spanish class. There is no word, let alone sport name that begins with the double r.
"Release" means let go.
let came to tennis to represent ''letting'' the players redo the point
According to the "All Experts" website (refer to the link, below): "The tennis expression 'let', [in] the sense of interference with the ball in tennis and similar games, is first recorded in 1871 . . . The usage stems from the Old Saxon word 'lettian' meaning to hinder. The Middle Dutch 'letten' and the Old High German 'lezzen' meaning to delay or hurt all derived from the Proto-Germanic word 'laet' meaning late."
There is no umpire in tennis.
The name Kwende means Let's go. Not in Swahili it doesn't. "Let's go" in Swahili is "twende". There is no word kwende in Swahili but the word "kwenda" means "to go"
her favourite sport i think is tennis or Baseball im not sure i think it is tennis wait just let me check yes yes it is tennis
YES. It means let them.
Le means let's in French and go means play so it means Let's Play