01. I like to watch the [previews] of coming attractions when I go to the movies.
02. You should [preview] any videos before showing them to your class.
03. After punching the young boy, the bully warned him that the attack was merely a [preview] of what would happen if he didn't turn over half his lunch money every day.
04. The [preview] for the movie looked great, but the actual film was pretty boring.
05. Gary Miller [previews] the summer's best new films after the news.
06. We won tickets to a special [preview] of Brad Pitt's new film from a local radio station.
07. Critics [previewing] the opera were unanimous in their praise of the production.
08. Click on the icon of the magnifying glass to [preview] the document before printing.
09. This [preview] is intended for an adult audience.
10. We got tickets to the [preview] of the show for half the price a regular performance would cost.
11. [Previewing] allows you to see exactly how your document will appear when it is printed.
12. Carin Rubenstein once suggested that for parents, the terrible twos are a psychological [preview] of puberty.
13. Marian Burros once asked, "If Broadway shows charge [preview] prices while the cast is in dress rehearsal, why should restaurants charge full price when their dining room and kitchen staffs are still practising?"
14. A two-hour movie uses around 3,500 meters of film, not including the [previews] and commercials.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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