generation


generation
01. Before dying, salmon return to the river where they were born to lay eggs, which will hatch to become the next [generation] of salmon.
02. There is a Chinese proverb which observes that one [generation] plants the trees, and another gets the shade.
03. Culture has been described as social tradition that is passed on to future [generations].
04. Americans today use four times as much energy as their grandparents' [generation] did.
05. There is very little electrical power [generation] which is result of wind power in this country.
06. This gold wedding ring has been in our family for [generations].
07. The next [generation] of computers will have capabilities which are unimaginable today.
08. My family has been in this country for five [generations].
09. According to a report by the United Nations, the world has the material and natural resources, the know-how, and the people to make a poverty-free world a reality in less than one [generation].
10. Many genetic traits are passed along from [generation] to [generation].
11. Future [generations] will have to live with the results of our wasteful lifestyle.
12. Sam Ewing once remarked that parents who wonder where the younger [generation] is going should remember where they came from.
13. John F. Kennedy once remarked that we have the power to make this the best [generation] of mankind in the history of the world, or to make it the last.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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