01. The entire [nation] celebrated when their soccer team came home with the Olympic gold medal.
02. The Independence Day celebrations will be televised [nationally] beginning at 5:00 Pacific time.
03. The President will be addressing the [nation] this evening at six o'clock.
04. The Parti Quebecois is a [nationalist] organization which is working to achieve independence for Quebec.
05. The entire [nation] is watching tonight as efforts are made to rescue a little girl trapped in a well.
06. My neighbor's daughter has two [nationalities] because her mother is Japanese, and her father is South African.
07. The government has announced plans to [nationalize] the gas industry.
08. John Kennedy once said, "A man may die, [nations] may rise and fall, but an idea lives on."
09. Conflicts with other countries always stir up feelings of [nationalism] among the populace.
10. Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau once remarked that the government has no business in the bedrooms of the [nation].
11. There is a Belgian proverb which observes that happy [nations] have no history.
12. There is a German proverb which observes that sometimes the whole [nation] has to pay for the foolish deed of one man.
13. With nearly 11 million horses within its borders, China is the leader of all [nations] for horse population.
14. Bird droppings are a chief export of Nauru, an island [nation] in the Western Pacific.
15. Following independence, Zambia's leader [nationalized] 80% of the economy.
16. In May of 1951, the Shah of Persia approved the [nationalization] of the country's oil industry.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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