01. She has been quite nervous lately, waiting for the test [results].
02. According to the Buddha, all that we are is the [result] of what we have thought.
03. The greenhouse effect causes our atmosphere to retain more of the heat from the sun than normal. The [resulting] increase in temperatures can cause great change in our global climate.
04. Many people living in large cities develop health problems as a [result] of the air pollution there.
05. Moving to America at an early age [resulted] in Ranjit's children never learning to speak the Hindi language fluently.
06. We should have the [results] of your blood test by tomorrow.
07. Quitting school will only [result] in more problems for you.
08. This new coach has been getting much better [results] with the team.
09. We each got different [results] for the math problem so one of us must be wrong.
10. The house was hit by lightning, and in the [resulting] fire, they lost everything.
11. The first [results] of the election will be broadcast beginning at 9:00 when the polls close.
12. The [results] of the test showed that she is pregnant.
13. There is a Swahili proverb which observes that haste does not [result] in prosperity.
14. Every time I do this math problem, I get a different [result].
15. The [results] of the next race will determine who will be in the finals.
16. Earthquakes often occur in Chile, with devastating [results].
17. George S. Patton once advised, "Don't tell people how to do things, tell them what to do and let them surprise you with their [results]."
18. Adlai E. Stevenson once suggested that all progress has [resulted] from people who took unpopular positions.
19. Anthony Robbins once noted that there is no such thing as failure. There are only [results].
20. Colin Powell once stated that there are no secrets to success. It is the [result] of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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