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01. What is the shortest [route] to the airport from here?
02. The little boy forgot to deliver a newspaper to one of the houses on his [route], so he had to go back after supper.
03. The gas company was able to [route] the pipeline under our flower garden without having to dig up our yard at all.
04. Thousands and thousands of mourners lined the streets along the [route] Princess Diana's funeral procession took to the church where her service was held.
05. All [routes] out of the city were blocked with traffic after the volcano erupted.
06. John Rassias once said that language study is a [route] to maturity.
07. Gray whales have the longest migration [route] of any mammal in the world.
08. We had to change our [route] when we went hiking because part of the trail had been washed out by heavy rains.
09. Attempts to climb Mount Everest began in 1920 with the opening of a [route] from Tibet.
10. In Costa Rica, education is highly valued as the surest [route] to social and economic success.
11. The world's largest trade [route] operates between the United States and Canada.
12. If Little Red Riding Hood had followed the [route] her mother told her to take to her grandmother's house, she wouldn't have had all those problems with the wolf!
13. The inland [route] to California is quicker than going down the coast, but the coast is certainly more beautiful.
14. In 1492, Christopher Columbus set sail from Spain seeking a new [route] to the Indies.
15. In 1498, Vasco de Gama sailed around Africa, and discovered a sea [route] to India.
16. The economy of Turkmenistan suffers from the continued lack of adequate export [routes] for the nation's natural gas.
17. Modern colonialism in Africa started in the 16th century after the European discoveries of trade [routes] along the southern and central coasts of Africa.
18. The police [routed] traffic around the scene of the accident.
19. [Routing] e-mail through a firewall has reduced the amount of spam we receive.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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