massage


massage
01. Anne [massages] my neck whenever I have a headache.
02. A nice [massage] certainly helps to relieve stress.
03. The old woman [massaged] her legs to warm them up.
04. The pebbles on the beach felt like they were [massaging] our feet as we walked along the shore.
05. She gave me a great back rub with some really nice-smelling [massage] oil.
06. She works in a clinic downtown as a [massage] therapist.
07. The runner [massaged] his sore feet at the end of the race.
08. [Massage] treatments are often useful in helping to heal injuries.
09. Studies show that premature babies who are [massage] daily gain weight more quickly, and are released from hospital six earlier than babies who do not.
10. The cows of Kobe, Japan, live the good life: they drink beer, are [massaged] three times a day to keep their meat tender, and are sung to, making them feel happy and calm.
11. [Massaging] your hands and fingers can help relieve tension.
12. In Senegal, mothers take their babies everywhere, cuddling them, singing to them, [massaging] them and feeding them whenever they're hungry.
13. The ballet dancer [massaged] her tired feet.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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