01. Gary is learning a number of simple [magic] tricks to entertain his daughter's friends at her birthday party.
02. The children laughed as the man [magically] pulled a large bouquet of flowers out of his tiny jacket pocket.
03. The [magician] smiled at his audience, and then slowly drew a pigeon out of his sleeve.
04. Aladdin flew over his enemies on his [magic] flying carpet.
05. There is no [magic] formula for finding peace in the region. It is going to take long, difficult negotiations.
06. Story books can bring a sense of wonder and [magic] into a child's life.
07. The public is hoping for some kind of [magic] bullet to kill cancer, but scientists say this is simply not possible.
08. Daniel H. Burnham once said, "Make no little plans; they have no [magic] to stir men's blood...Make big plans, aim high in hope and work."
09. My daughter is reading a wonderful book about children with [magical] powers.
10. Some cultures believe that chilli peppers have [magical] healing powers.
11. The wizard Merlin used his [magical] powers to help King Arthur.
12. Tom Robbins once remarked that disbelief in [magic] can force a poor soul into believing in government and business.
13. Stonehenge is a [magical] place that attracts visitors from all over the world.
14. Nora Roberts once noted that love and [magic] have a great deal in common; they enrich the soul, delight the heart, and they both take practice.
15. Mountain climber Sharon Wood once said, "Mountains are [magic]; they're as close to the sky as you can get."

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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