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01. If you don't close the [gate], the dog will get out of the yard.
02. The house was surrounded by a fence with a huge iron [gate].
03. Before entering the military base, you have to check in at the [gate].
04. Attention all passengers on flight 404; please proceed to [gate] number five immediately in preparation for boarding.
05. My son pinched his finger in the [gate], and had to go to the hospital.
06. Attention passengers on flight 514 to Honolulu. Please proceed to [gate] 33 where you plane is now boarding.
07. The young boy slammed the [gate] shut, and ran to the house.
08. When using the Underground, you put your ticket into the slot, the ticket disappears, and then it pops up again, and you take it back as you pass through the [gate].
09. Before World War Two, anyone could wander right up to the front door of the White House because there were no guards at the [gate].
10. Her parents are living in a [gated] community in Southern Florida.
11. Gollum helped to guide Frodo and Sam to the Black [Gate] at the entrance to Mordor.
12. A Bulgarian proverb notes that one gentle word opens a [gate] of iron.
13. An Iranian proverb observes that you can close the city [gates], but not the mouths of men.
14. A Japanese proverb remarks that fortune will call at the smiling [gate].
15. The Bible warns, "Enter through the narrow [gate]; for the [gate] is wide and the road is easy that leads to destruction, and there are many who take it."

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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