01. He [joined] a club for foreign students at the university.
02. My dad [joined] the navy as an ordinary seaman, and retired as a lieutenant-commander.
03. We have asked John to [join] our discussion.
04. A bunch of us are going to the pub tonight, do you want to [join] us?
05. In 1964, the African countries Tanganyika and Zanzibar [joined] together, and their names were combined to form the name of the new nation, Tanzania.
06. Today, people get married because they are in love, but in the past, marriage was seen as a [joining] of families.
07. She continued to correspond with her boyfriend for about a year after he [joined] the army.
08. When the Dalai Lama fled Tibet for India, nearly 100,000 Tibetans [joined] him in the months that followed.
09. The entire community [joined] in the hunt for the child who went missing during a family camping trip.
10. He has been an important member of the team ever since he [joined].
11. East and West Berlin were officially [rejoined] in 1990.
12. In April of 1967, boxer Cassius Clay, who later changed his name to Muhammad Ali, refused to [join] the United States Army for religious reasons.
13. Outside workers at the university are holding a series of meetings to discuss the possibility of [joining] a union.
14. During the Korean holiday known as Chuseok, family members [join] together to pay tribute to their ancestors.
15. He [joined] the military so that he could get a free university education.
16. The band was [joined] on stage for their last song by a few selected members of the audience.
17. The city's bus drivers have now [joined] the strike started by the hospital workers.
18. If you could please [join] the line, you will be served by the next available cashier.
19. The campsites are all [joined] by a walking trail.
20. The guest house is [joined] to the main residence by a beautiful brick path lined with roses.
21. The two rivers [join] at the foot of the mountain.
22. I'll meet you at the spot where this road [joins] the highway.
23. Aeschylus once suggested that when a man is willing and eager, the gods [join] in.
24. John Lennon sang, "You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one. I hope one day you'll [join] us, and the world will live as one."

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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