01. He didn't [realize] how much he loved her until she moved away.
02. I [realized] the car accident was just a dream when I woke up.
03. Just after I got off the bus, I [realized] I had forgotten my knapsack on my seat.
04. They decided to adopt a child after they [realized] they weren't able to have one of their own.
05. Students do not always [realize] how hard they have to work in order to succeed in university.
06. I didn't [realize] what time it is. I've got to leave right away!
07. I'm sorry you hurt your shoulder, but you have to [realize] you're not twenty years old anymore, and you can't play tennis every day.
08. When the woman took off her hat and sunglasses, he [realized] that it was it ex-wife.
09. We didn't [realize] how dangerous it was out on the water until we got back in and heard that a number of boats had flipped over.
10. The little girl started crying when she [realized] her friend had forgotten it was her birthday.
11. Abdul said he didn't [realize] how difficult it was to learn English until he had been in class for a couple of months.
12. We didn't [realize] how cold it would be on the ski hill and we weren't properly dressed.
13. One can only hope that this accident will make him [realize] how important it is to obey the speed limit.
14. I don't think Aline [realizes] how much work it's going to be to raise a child all by herself.
15. Ayman was so busy at work that he didn't [realize] that everyone else had gone home.
16. They decided to adopt a child after they [realized] they weren't able to have one of their own.
17. Metin felt really nervous at the beginning of the test, but once he [realized] that the questions weren't too difficult, he was able to calm down.
18. Everyone knows that coffee has caffeine, but some people don't [realize] that tea has lots of it, too.
19. In 1988, a small group of athletes from Angola were able to [realize] their dream of competing in the Olympics in Seoul, Korea.
20. After [realizing] that his car had been stolen, he immediately phoned the police department.
21. She broke off her engagement to Ted after she [realized] he had a drinking problem.
22. I felt better when I looked over my notes after the test and [realized] that I had done okay.
23. He didn't [realize] the car was in reverse, and accidentally backed into the wall.
24. According to the Bible, it was only when Adam and Eve ate the apple that they [realized] they were naked.
25. After the accident, she [realized] that if she hadn't worn a seatbelt, she could have been killed.
26. Winning the tennis tournament was the [realization] of her childhood dream.
27. George Gobal once joked, "Do you [realize] that if it weren't for the invention of electricity, we'd be watching television by candlelight?"
28. Thomas Edison noted that many of life's failures are people who did not [realize] how close they were to success when they gave up.
29. President Franklin Roosevelt once said that the only limit to our [realization] of tomorrow will be our doubts of today.
30. There is a Native American proverb which states that when the last tree has been cut down, the last river has been polluted, and the last fish has been caught, only then do you [realize] that money can't buy everything.
31. I never [realized] how different snowboarding was from skiing until I tried it this past winter.
32. When the [realization] that he had been fired finally sunk in, the old man broke down in tears.
33. Someone once remarked, "To [realize] the value of one second, ask a person who survived an accident."
34. In 1988, a small group of athletes from Angola were able to [realize] their dream of competing in the Olympics in Seoul, Korea.
35. Ralph Waldo Emerson once stated that men succeed when they [realize] that their failures are the preparation for their victories.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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