1. Edmund Hillary, a famous climber New Zealand, learned the basics of his sport on the steep cliffs hanging over a rocky bay near his home.
2. International trade, going traveling, and television have lain the groundwork for modern global life styles.
3. Astronomers do not know how many galaxies there are, but is it thought that there are millions or perhaps billions.
4. Alfalfa is a nutritious crop rich in proteins, minerals, and with vitamins.
5. Even a professional psychologist may have difficulty talking calm and logically about his own problems.
6. A largely percentage of Canadian export business is with the United States.
7. While his racing days, racehorse John Henry earned a record $6.5 million, $2.3 million more than his closest competitor.
8. Before we returned from swimming in the river near the camp, someone had stole our clothes, and we had to walk back with our towels around us.
9. The girls were sorry to had missed the singers when they arrived at the airport.
10. Louisa May Alcott infused her own life into the character of Jo in book "Little Women".
11. Ralph has called his lawyer last to tell him about his problems, but was told that the lawyer had gone to a lecture.
12. The indiscriminate and continual use of any drug without medical supervision can be danger.
13. The idea that artistic achievement rank in importance with scientific achievements has been upheld by painters, writers, and musicals for centuries.
14. Without alphabetical order, dictionaries would be impossibility to use.
15. Americans annually import more than $3 billion worthy of Italian clothing, jewelry, and shoes.
16. The results of the test proved to Fred and me that needed to study harder and watch less movies on television if we wanted to receive scholarships.
17. In the sixteenth century, Francois Vieta, a French mathematician, used the vowels "a", "e", "i", "o", "u", to represent a unknown number.
18. The explanation that our instructor gave us was different than the one yours gave you.
19. The bell signaling the end of the first period rang loud, interrupting the professor's closing comment's.
20. Anyone reproducing copyrighted works without permission of the holders of the copyrights are breaking the law.