01. You'll love this movie, I [guarantee] it!
02. We [guarantee] that if you're not completely satisfied with our product, you'll get your money back, no questions asked.
03. A decrease in interest rates does not [guarantee] an increase in housing sales, especially if unemployment is high.
04. Our products come with a 30-day [guarantee]; if you're not completely satisfied, we'll give you your money back.
05. I won't be late this time, I [guarantee] it.
06. A good job is almost [guaranteed] once you finish this computer course.
07. Aristotle once remarked that courage is the first of human qualities because it is the quality which [guarantees] the others.
08. B. J. Gupta once observed that hard work doesn't [guarantee] success, but improves its chances.
09. Irving Kristol once said that democracy does not guarantee equality of conditions; it only [guarantees] equality of opportunity.
10. Allison Poler once noted that happiness isn't the easiest thing to find, but one place you're [guaranteed] to find it is in a friend's smile.
11. In ancient times, it was believed that those who looked upon the green emerald of Isis were [guaranteed] a safe trip through the land of the dead.
12. More than 90% of the citizens of Kuwait are employed by the government, where everyone is [guaranteed] a job for life.
13. In Greek mythology, King Minos broke a promise to Poseidon, who had [guaranteed] his kingship.
14. Unfortunately, the hard drive on my computer died a week after the [guarantee] expired.
15. Research shows that a healthy mother is the best [guarantor] of her child's health.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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